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Three reasons organizations should consider network segmentation
ForeScout says that network segmentation splits networks into specific zones, which can then enact barriers against infiltrators.
Ruckus’ new access point leverages .11ax for complex networks
The new offering is ready for IoT and LTE and uses the latest 802.11ax technology.
Dimension Data NZ & Spark Wholesale to deliver network resilience
"Our partnership with Spark Wholesale will enable us to improve our capabilities as new services are added to keep pace with emerging tech."
InternetNZ announces new leadership roles
"InternetNZ’s work on the issues and policies that impact the internet in New Zealand is a vital part of the organisation."
Are remote workers really the answer? Report finds huge security issues
The swelling generation of mobile workers is causing headaches for IT staff with more than half connecting to unsecured networks every week.
Exclusive: Aruba boss outlines reseller opportunities, new investment and new markets
An expansion into security, broadening the SMB offerings and moving deeper into the core switch infrastructure - Aruba's got big plans for 2018.
Why WAN optimisation should be a no brainer for SD-WAN
ZK Research's Zeus Kerravala, writing for Silver Peak, argues that WAN optimisation and SD-WAN need to go hand in hand.
The changing value proposition of SD-WAN
Analyst Zeus Kerravala, writing for Silver Peak, outlines SD-WAN purchase drivers - and why 2017 signals a change in the value proposition of SD-WAN.
Sify expands network presence to Interxion Marseille - aka 'Europe’s gateway'
There are now a great number of network service providers and the like using Interxion Marseille, a facility they've coined 'Europe's gateway.'
Ericsson eyes the future with launch of network services for ‘massive IoT’
“We anticipate IoT devices will surpass mobile phones as the largest category of connected devices as early as 2018."