As the workspace evolves, security postures cannot remain static. We Need to Secure Tomorrow’s Workspaces Today
How to remain relevant and successful in an industry when that elusive “it” factor is increasingly migrating away from things like virtualization and more toward the cloud and as-a-service offerings. The Future of the Virtualization Administrator
The good news is that you have to do something in order for cybersecurity attacks to be successful, which gives you a distinct advantage. Seven Easy Steps to Protect Your Computer
With the onslaught in high-profile breaches, the limitations and vulnerabilities of traditional security have been brought to light. Understanding the Five Primary Types of Data Loss Prevention Solutions
What’s the antidote to Shadow IT? It’s something called IT-as-a-Service, but before getting into how this solves the problem of Shadow IT, it is important to understand why it exists in the first place. Shadow IT: How Big Is the Problem and Why Is ITaaS the Antidote?
It takes little skill for a hacker who knows what they’re doing to tap into your laptop as you’re checking email while sipping a cappuccino. Telecommuting and Remote Access in the Age of Cyber Insecurity: Unsecured Wi-Fi Hotspots and Router Malware
Hadoop has proven to be a valuable ecosystem for experimentation. Has Hadoop Lost Its Cool?


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New Opengear Remote Site Gateway boosts network uptime at remote sites with out-of-band management offerings

Infrastructure management company Opengear announced Monday four Remote Site Gateway models have been added to its product line. Building on the success of the original Remote Site Gateway, these new models offer between four and eight console ports, introduce redundant gigabit Ethernet, and provide built-in SFP connectivity and a PSTN modem for out-of-band dial-up access to remote sites. The new Remote Site Gateway solutions also feature upgraded CPU, expanded memory, […]


New Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform eases storage for containerized applications, streamline multi-tenant deployments

Red Hat announced Wednesday general availability of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4, the latest version of its container application platform. Red Hat helps organizations like Discovery Health and Pioneer better embrace new technologies, such as Linux containers, that can deliver business applications and services without sacrificing existing IT investments. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 provides a platform for this innovation while retaining a focus on existing mission-critical workloads, […]

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Buffalo Americas unveils TeraStation 3010 line, its cost-effective NAS offering for SMBs

Storage company Buffalo Americas announced Tuesday the availability of the new TeraStation 3010 series of NAS solutions. The TS3010 series are ideal for use by small businesses and professional users that need cost effective, easy-to-use file sharing and network storage. The TS3010 was designed to meet the needs of small dental and medical practices, insurance agencies, accounting professionals and other SMBs who require speed, reliability and security at an economical […]

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Barracuda automates web application vulnerability remediation, security policy enforcement

Barracuda announced Wednesday its new Vulnerability Remediation Service, a cloud-based solution that makes it easier for organizations of any size to deploy comprehensive web application security with minimal administrative overhead. Barracuda Vulnerability Remediation Service automates security policy enforcement with on-demand or scheduled scanning and automatic remediation of web application vulnerabilities, simplifying security operations for DevOps teams especially as application developers look to leverage the agility and elasticity of public cloud […]

Data Storage

Innodisk launches embedded RAID 1 offering for small industrial, embedded systems

Innodisk, vendor of flash, memory and peripheral modules for industrial and embedded systems, unveiled Wednesday its smallest RAID 1 solution. As embedded systems and devices became smaller, there are more small form factor storage devices that include 2.5-inch, mSATA and M.2 SSDs that can be used as boot-up disks or data disks in small systems. Innodisk iRAID is a software tool for RAID cards. It simplifies the configuration and management of […]

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HPE improves position in hyperconverged sector with SimpliVity acquisition for $650 million in cash

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) entered on Tuesday into a definitive agreement to acquire SimpliVity, vendor of software-defined, hyperconverged infrastructure, for US$650 million in cash.  The hyperconverged market was estimated to be approximately $2.4 billion in 2016, and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 25 percent, to nearly $6 billion, by 2020. HPE and SimpliVity believe that by combining their complementary product portfolios and leveraging HPE’s […]

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