Perimeterless network security is expanding the horizons of businesses looking to protect their data. In this buyer's guide, we look at how a secure perimeterless digital workplace is best achieved, explore the previous barriers perimeterless security can overcome and assess how traditional network security can be banished to the past.
During the course of 2016 we saw the clamour around network security – which was already very loud – reach fever pitch. From allegations of nation state-level interference in crucial elections, to massive botnet attacks that brought down critical online services for millions, network security dominated mainstream news cycles for weeks on end.
SASE, IoT, 5G, AI – these are all important terms to know as they evolve in conjunction with network architecture. The real question is: How will SD-WAN and the edge play their role in enterprise embarkment on these new technologies? What will drive adoption, and why? Immerse yourself in this e-book to learn 8 SD-WAN edge trends.
As the world moves toward a hybrid workplace (employees in between office and remote), IT investments and therefore IT consumption are set to change drastically on a global scale across all industries. Want to see the numbers? View this in-depth report.
Slow and choppy RDP experiences make it hard to work productively with graphics-rich PDFs, PPTs, Flash, etc. in Terminal Services and VDI environments. Today's organizations need to deliver the best quality of experience for the allocated network bandwidth.
Uncover the benefits of an MPLS-based private IP network and learn how it can not only help you simplify network management and reduce costs, but also prioritize application, create and improve disaster recovery, and much more!
Master data management solutions helps organizations maximize the value of postmerger integrations, manage the product lifecycle, meet regulatory requirements and improve the effectiveness of transactional and reporting systems.
In this video, Dirk Hohndel, Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist at Intel, discusses the importance of standards organizations like the Linux Foundation as well as thought on the future of Open Source at Intel.