IBM Cloud Pak for Security features open-source Red Hat technology for hunting threats and automation to speed response to cyber attacks.
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Juniper has enhanced its network and hybrid cloud management software by integrating further the AI technology it recently acquired from Mist.
Juniper has enhanced its network and hybrid cloud management software by integrating further the AI technology it recently acquired from Mist, and adding new features to its Contrail Enterprise Multicloud software.
Cisco is bringing some of the bells and whistles of its Catalyst environment to Meraki customers with hardware and software to help customers better support and secure distributed network resources.
Gartner’s look at the top infrastructure and operational trends reflect offshoots of technologies – such as cloud computing, automation and networking advances the company’s analysts have talked about many times before.
While 5G deployments are nascent, Cisco expects rapid future development of the mobile technology will be the expansion of industrial IoT use cases.
VMware has wrapped up its $2.1 billion buy of endpoint security vendor Carbon Black to provide more comprehensive integrated security.
Keerti Melkote talks about networking challenges at the edge, network-based security, micro data centres and new market strategies.
VMware expanded its hybrid-cloud offerings with AWS and delivers one with Dell/EMC, and continues to expand its own cloud portfolio with announcements at VMworld.
IBM is starting a potentially huge run at hybrid cloud by tying more than 100 of its products to the Red Hat OpenShift platform.
Cisco will pay $2.6 million to the federal government and up to $6 million to 15 states in a settlement over video security software it stopped selling in 2014
Google is enlisting VMware and CloudSimple to serve up vSphere, NSX and vSAN software on Google Cloud to transition enterprise workloads.
DNS threats including DNS hijacking, tunneling, phishing, cache poisoning and DDoS attacks are all on the rise.
Looking to bulk-up its optical systems portfolio, Cisco intends to buy Acacia Communications for approximately US$2.6 billion.
Vulnerabilities to Cisco's SD-WAN and DNA Center software top a list of nearly 30 security advisories issued by the vendor.