Recently an ‘IoT Breakfast’ brought together CIOs and CEOs to ask the question: How can businesses thrive as the Internet of Things (IoT) changes the landscape? The message was clear: IoT is upon us and failing to prepare means you should prepare to fail.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have significant security and performance drawbacks for use in networking cloud applications. This was the start-point for a recent survey and primary research by industry analysts, Futuriom, that (spoiler alert) leads the firm to conclude that Application Specific Networking (ASN) may be a way forward.
Aryaka, a global SD-WAN provider, announced that Japan’s Makino, a provider of metal-cutting and manufacturing technology, has selected its SD-WAN as-a-Service to respond to customers faster and to enable their cloud migration.
Cyxtera Technologies, the secure infrastructure company, announced the latest release of AppGate SDP, its flagship secure access solution, giving organisations a way to curb the epidemic of security compromises created by over-privileged access and obsolete physical perimeter solutions.
Network slicing is one of the most important 5G innovations available to mobile operators. Across the industry, experts are falling over themselves to enthuse about the future benefits. However, as Bart Salaets, F5 Networks Systems Engineering director says, fewer realise that aspects of its technological impact can already be used.
Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN company, VeloCloud Networks, Inc., announced that its SD-WAN is enhancing enterprises’ ability to extend Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to mature, organisations are looking to select enabling technologies, services and solutions to turn their business ideas into reality. Among the many fundamental capabilities required, connectivity and security are among the most visible as Richard Stamvik, managing ecosystem and partnerships at MultiTech, discusses in this interview with IoT Now.
Modern connected homes come with risks – unprotected home Wi-Fi can be hacked into, with some dangerous consequences. It becomes especially dangerous if the home is equipped with many connected IoT (Internet of Things) devices.
The rapid rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is causing a shift in many industries – no more so than the retail industry where it is fast shaping the way businesses and customers interact.
Multi-Tech Systems, Inc, a global manufacturer of M2M and IoT devices, announced a new version of its MultiConnect AW analog-to-wireless converter, the MultiConnect® AEW analog-to-Ethernet/Wireless converter.
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