HPE brings AI to mission-critical storage management
HPE has introduced a new platform designed to bring AI capabilities into mission-critical storage management.
Huawei calls on the US to adjust its approach to cybersecurity
Server market sees slowest growth in eight quarters
QNAP partners with ULINK for AI drive health monitoring
NVIDIA brings AI to the edge with EGX platform
Big win for Schneider Electric at DCS Awards
Microsoft outlines innovations at Computex 2019
VoLTE infrastructure market revenue declined 10% - Dell’Oro Group
“Many service providers are not aggressively promoting VoLTE even as LTE subscriptions continue to rise."
Whitepaper: Equipping your DNS with security, availability, and integrity
Attackers can conduct DNS attacks, including DDoS attacks that can take servers offline for minutes, hours, days, or even weeks.
AWS announces the general availability of AWS Ground Station
Once customers upload satellite commands and data through AWS Ground Station, they can supposedly download large amounts of data over the high-speed AWS Ground Station network.
Cisco winner in campus switching market
“Demand for Cisco’s Catalyst 9000 is being driven by customers upgrading older products, but Cisco is still in the early stages of the refresh cycle.”
Skybox Security launches update to simplify hybrid cloud risk management
Intelligent automation brings harmony and efficiency to multi-vendor environments, integrating data and yielding contextual insight.
Forescout strengthens investment in OT security
Forescout’s latest features will provide enterprises with improved productivity, lower risk profiles and faster mitigation of threats.
Tenable's take on effective vulnerability assessment
The report explores how end-users conduct vulnerability assessment, what it says about overall maturity level, and it varies based on demographics.
650 Group recognises Aerohive in cloud-managed wireless LAN
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning capabilities are being brought to the enterprise network at a rapid rate.
Exclusive: Veeam’s business development VP looks ahead
Backup and disaster recovery company Veeam is finding new opportunities in partnerships after marking $1billion in bookings this year.
Whitepaper: Are you getting your money’s worth from your SIEM?
Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems.
Epsilon achieves the AWS Direct Connect Service Delivery designation
“Becoming an AWS Direct Connect Service Delivery Partner is a milestone in our cloud enablement strategy."
Opinion: The journey to Networking 3.0
In the last several decades, we have seen massive changes to networking and networking technology.
Q&A: 5G, a revolutionary future or hyped fanfare?
With governments and service providers around the world racing to roll out 5G networks in their countries, Opensignal VP Ian Fogg debunks the myths around 5G.
Equinix puts US$77m into expanding data centres in Hong Kong
“Hong Kong is a key gateway to mainland China and home to many headquarters of global corporations. This generates substantial demand for secure data center services to support business expansion in the region."
Intel to acquire ethernet fabric provider Barefoot Networks
Intel is pushing deeper into the data centre market, after the company announced its intentions to buy out emerging ethernet switch and data centre software manufacturer Barefoot Networks.
Datacenter.com recognised for EU energy efficiency
“Energy efficiency is an important objective and commitment for Datacenter.com, not just an empty slogan."
Infosys collaborates with Microsoft to accelerate digital transformation
Leveraging the latest digital technologies, the solutions aim to improve the entire lifecycle of building construction and operations.
Supermicro AI validated for deployment with NVIDIA EGX Edge
“Supermicro is committed to helping companies modernise their data centres and edge infrastructure."
Enterprises choosing multi cloud strategies to enable growth
“Most organisations adopt a multi cloud strategy out of a desire to avoid vendor lock-in or to take advantage of best-of-breed solutions.”
Enterprise IoT ecosystem extends beyond corporate devices - Zscaler
The most commonly detected IoT device categories across the Zscaler cloud were IP cameras, smart watches, printers, smart TVs, among others.
Insider threats & breach reports: Why security needs more investment
Insider threats (those that come from within your organisation) are a serious concern - here's why.
Update: Huawei lead counsel speaks out about the US case
“As shown in the motion, section 889 is unconstitutional selective legislative punishment."
Ethernity releases network appliance optimized for the edge
The UEP is described as a 'low-space, low-power FPGA-based programmable device with up to 40Gbps of networking capacity and 10 Gbps of IPSec security performance'.
Infrastructure as important as ever with edge computing and hybrid cloud
Organisations and IT partners could be forgiven for thinking their own physical infrastructure doesn’t matter anymore.