S. Jae Yang

Project Map: Data Cleansing

Your database may be full of valuable information, but its difficult to realize this value if your data is incomplete, inconsistently formatted, inaccurate or unreadable by your applications.Data cleansing...

Maxspeed Aims at the Enterprise with First Thin-Client Laptop

Last year, the theft of a Wells Fargo contractors laptop—with the banking records of more than 200,000 customers—made some enterprises think twice about storing valuable corporate data on portable...

Alternatives to Tape Backup

Where do the servers responsibilities end and the clients responsibilities begin? This question in corporate computing applies to backup systems as well. If your organization accumulates a lot of...

IBM TotalStorage NAS 100

In view of Big Blues ardent support for Linux, it is interesting to see that the IBM TotalStorage NAS 100 runs on Microsoft Windows 2000 Server with Server Appliance...

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Zero Trust Access: 5 Key Points To Deploy ZTA to Your Network

The concept of “Zero Trust” was coined back in 2010, on the basis that traditional perimeter security models failed to provide adequate protection because...

Cisco’s Kaustubh Das: The Importance of Commonality in the Cloud

Kaustubh Das, VP and GM of Cloud and Compute at Cisco, discusses why a coherent overall approach is so essential to an enterprise cloud...

AMD Advantage Builds On The Intel Evo Trend

Intel Evo, as a program, was and is inspired in that it has broad applicability to the need to better assure an Apple-like experience...

VMware’s VP Craig Connors Discusses SASE and its Secure Web Gateway

There is arguably no hotter technology right now than secure access service edge (SASE).  One might think that the rise of work from home...

Arkose Labs’ Kevin Gosschalk: The Fight Against Online Fraud

I spoke with Kevin Gosschalk, CEO and founder, Arkose Labs, about the state of online fraud. Among the topics covered: What’s the state of...