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TREND ANALYSIS: Most businesses standardize on couple of server, network and storage vendors but are forced to use dozens of security vendors. Palo Alto Networks uses its platform security approach to enable partners to add their IP under the umbrella of a single provider.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Microsoft has made two announcements concerning key changes coming to Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging functionality – and many organizations will be affected.
The organization that operates the .UK domain space is bringing its expertise to the U.S. with its new NTX platform launch for DNS security visibility and protection.
NETWORKING TREND ANALYSIS: Cato’s approach is to run its own cloud-native networking and security stack. In a sense, it’s the cross-section of AWS, networking and security. By owning the network, Cato can control traffic, which can have big implications for nationwide or global companies.
At Mobile World Congress, the OEM is showing off its ThinkServer SE350, a small system with enterprise-class processing and storage for edge deployments.
The Bricata flagship solution provides high-end network visibility, full-spectrum threat detection, true threat hunting and post-detection capabilities in an intuitive, tightly-integrated and self-managing system.
Forward Networks' software platform enables network and applications teams to verify intent and predict network behavior, Forward’s solution brings the benefits of intent-based networking to large enterprises: agility, predictability, and scalability.
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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: In health care, where the workstations-on-wheels (WOWs) that clinicians use are thin-client terminals running Citrix VDI, some consistent issues have surfaced. Nyansa has come up with a new solution for these connectivity-based problems.
NETWORKING TREND ANALYSIS: In discussions with IT pros, eWEEK's Zeus Kerravala finds that network segmentation is a little like going to the gym--where everyone talks about it but very few actually do it.