Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet

Spreading bad routing information to your neighbors on the internet isn’t just bad manners, it could be bad for business. That, at least, is the message that the Internet Society (ISOC) wants to spread, as it calls on internet exchange points (IXPs) to help eliminate the most common threats to the internet’s routing system. [ Read more about Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet[…]

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5 key enterprise IoT security recommendations

Not so long ago, the phrase “consumerization of IT” was on everyone’s lips. Whole publications and conferences (remember CITE, for Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise?) were created to chronicle the trend of corporations relying on products and services originally created for consumers — which was often easier to use and of higher quality than Read more about 5 key enterprise IoT security recommendations[…]

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One in five serverless apps has a critical security vulnerability

Serverless computing is an emerging trend that is likely to explode in popularity this year. It takes the idea of a smaller server footprint to the next level. First, there were virtual machines, which ran a whole instance of an operating system. Then they were shrunk to containers, which only loaded the bare minimum of Read more about One in five serverless apps has a critical security vulnerability[…]

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Cisco broadens Tetration security delivery with cloud, virtual buying options

Cisco has added new cloud and virtual deployment options for customers looking to buy into its Tetration Analytics security system. Cisco’s Tetration system gathers information from hardware and software sensors and analyzes it using big-data analytics and machine learning to offer IT managers a deeper understanding of their data center resources. [ Don’t miss customer Read more about Cisco broadens Tetration security delivery with cloud, virtual buying options[…]

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IBM tweaks its z14 mainframe to make it a better physical fit for the data center

IBM is widening its mainframe range with some narrower models – ZR1 and Rockhopper II – that are skinny enough to fit in a standard 19-inch rack, which will answer criticisms of potential customers that the hulking z14 introduced in July 2017 too big to fit in their data centers (see photo above). In addition Read more about IBM tweaks its z14 mainframe to make it a better physical fit for the data center[…]

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Network-as-a-Service: A 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 for compute, storage, communications, and security, and this is where enterprise applications are traditionally hosted. Read more about Network-as-a-Service: A modern solution to today’s networking challenges[…]

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