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Private-access internet services like this are extremely difficult for hackers to access, thus the major reason for having them in the first place: They are 99 (or more) percent secure.
Increasing numbers of big-data workloads and the rise of real-time computing have slowed production in the cloud; conventional architectures have been unable to meet future demand. Edge computing is coming to the rescue.
DAILY VIDEO: U.S. lawmakers and state attorneys move to overturn the FCC neutrality vote; BlackBerry Jarvis scans for security flaws in autonomous car software; Google will deploy three new undersea cables for cloud infrastructure; and there's more.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A call for congressional review of the Federal Communications Commission decision to undo the 2015 reclassification of internet services to Title II has gained the support of 50 U.S. senators and more than 80 representatives.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The social network believes that brands and news are "crowding out" personal interactions. Thus, its algorithms are now more heavily pre-editing the information Facebook presents to you.
Microsoft enlists Qualcomm and Synaptics as Cortana reference design partners and set sights on more smart speakers and IoT devices to show that its digital assistant remains competitive in the field.
Cisco makes its Encrypted Traffic Analytics offering generally available in an effort to respect privacy, while still helping organizations stay secure.
Cisco is showing service providers its new Infinite Video Platform, a package that utilizes a virtual cloud stack to deliver what the company describes as “best-in-class, secured video experiences” to all consumer devices from one platform.
The largest transaction in the year was Digital Realty’s $7.6 billion acquisition of DuPont Fabros, but there were four other deals that were valued at $1 billion or more.
How SendGrid updated its platform to become cloud-native on Amazon Web Services in an effort to pass along savings and efficiencies to its customers.
As the internet gets increasingly more fragile, automation--as it is in most other IT categories--becomes a big factor in making it run more efficiently. Cisco Systems will be deploying its new intent-based networking (IBN) approach.