New distributed database adds international and GDPR controls

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will force very strict new privacy compliance rules on firms doing business in the EU, but the startup with an atrocious company and product name has what it says is the solution Continue reading New distributed database adds international and GDPR controls

Infoblox Updates Cloud-Based DNS Security Offering To Block Malicious Sites

Infoblox has updated its ActiveTrust Cloud DNS security service. Available as a SaaS offering, ActiveTrust Cloud aims to protect organizations from DNS-related attacks and can enforce company policies on Web use. The update adds machine learning techniques to help detect Continue reading Infoblox Updates Cloud-Based DNS Security Offering To Block Malicious Sites

Network-as-a-Service: Modern solution to today’s networking challenges

Traditional networking architectures over the past two decades or so prescribe that the hub of the network be build around a specific location, such as a data center or a company’s headquarters building. This location houses most of the equipment Continue reading Network-as-a-Service: Modern solution to today’s networking challenges

Rubrik launches data management SaaS platform ‘Polaris’ – News @ WebHosting.info

The launch aims to help organizations manage scattered business data through their cloud-based network. Data protection firm Rubrik has launched a cloud-based SaaS platform ‘Polaris’ in a bid to help enterprises streamline their business data. With this launch, Rubrik seeks Continue reading Rubrik launches data management SaaS platform ‘Polaris’ – News @ WebHosting.info

Businesses report cost savings with advanced network solution

Extreme networks recently released our brand-new report: Quantifying the Value of the New Extreme Networks Solution (an Enterprise Strategy Group Economic Value Validation report). We set out to show IT organizations like yours the costs and benefits of deploying Extreme Networks compared Continue reading Businesses report cost savings with advanced network solution

What is Mitre’s ATT&CK framework? What red teams need to know

The ATT&CK framework, developed by Mitre Corp., has been around for five years and is a living, growing document of threat tactics and techniques that have been observed from millions of attacks on enterprise networks. The funky acronym stands for Continue reading What is Mitre’s ATT&CK framework? What red teams need to know

The changing way enterprises are managing their data

Add to favorites As the number of options for data storage increase and with GDPR on the horizon, what are businesses doing to manage their data effectively? In today’s increasingly digital world, data has become the lifeblood of the enterprise. Continue reading The changing way enterprises are managing their data

Think chip shots, not moon shots, for SD-WANs

Rarely do I have a conversation about networking when the topic of software-defined WANs (SD-WANs) does not come up. It’s far and away the thing that network professionals care most about, even ahead of data center SDNs. In a data Continue reading Think chip shots, not moon shots, for SD-WANs

IBM, HPE tout new A.I.-oriented servers

IBM and Hewlett Packard Enterprise this week introduced new servers optimized for artificial intelligence, and the two had one thing in common: Nvidia technology. HPE this week announced Gen10 of its HPE Apollo 6500 platform, running Intel Skylake processors and up Continue reading IBM, HPE tout new A.I.-oriented servers

Is Patching And Tech Support Bad? A Response

Hopefully, you’ve had a chance to watch this 7 minute video from Greg Ferro about why better patching systems can lead to insecure software. If you haven’t, you should: Greg is right that moral hazard is introduced because, by definition, Continue reading Is Patching And Tech Support Bad? A Response