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Broadcom + VMware: The Future of Enterprise IT is Multi-Cloud

Since Broadcom announced its agreement to acquire VMware in late May, I have frequently been asked what our plans are for VMware’s business following transaction close. It’s an important question and one that I continue to consider as we progress through the regulatory review process. Having recently returned from visiting with our customers across the […]

How Rotten Robbie got rid of the rot in its network

When electronic payments fail, you’re not in business. That’s why this retailer upgraded its fragmented, obsolete network to a secure, scalable software-defined solution. No connectivity = no sale In the world of convenience retail, margins are thin and competition is fierce. As an independent chain of fueling stations and convenience stores in Northern California, Rotten […]

Three Things CIOs Must Know to Optimize the New World of Hybrid Work

Hybrid work has swiftly ushered several changes to the modern workplace in the past two years. From office optional working to serial laptop lifestyles, enterprises have needed to significantly expand employee support from their data centers and cloud deployments. The installation of additional collaboration tools, as well as employee enablement software and programs, has put […]

Key Technologies for Powering Visual Computing Workflows From Anywhere

Today, designers, artists, engineers and data scientists are facing new challenges when it comes to working remotely. The demand is rising for high-quality digital content, products, and virtual experiences — and teams must complete these projects while meeting tight deadlines, even when working from home. Creating a hybrid work environment starts with delivering a much […]

NVIDIA’s Richard Kerris on Hybrid Work and the Omniverse

Forget the standard corporate cubicle – the world now works from anywhere, at anytime. What are the technologies and trends driving this generational shift? I spoke with Richard Kerris, VP of Omniverse Platform Development at NVIDIA, about the technology that fuels today’s collaboration, and the trends driving the generational shift toward hybrid work. Among the topics we […]

How XR Streaming Can Enhance Hybrid Work Environments

As enterprises across industries adopt hybrid work environments, many companies are integrating augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (MR) into their workflows to drive design review, training, virtual production, location-based entertainment, and more. The promise of AR, VR, and MR—also collectively known as extended reality (XR)—is nothing short of revolutionary. But there […]

The Need for Speed: How Identity Compromise Accelerates Attacks

Modern adversaries are always seeking new ways to infiltrate more organizations, exfiltrate more data, generate more funds and achieve their myriad nefarious goals. This poses a big problem for defenders who put themselves at risk without the required defensive tools in place.  Adversaries’ changing tactics enable them to stay ahead. In the past, many have […]

Building the blocks of defense against ransomware

As businesses become increasingly more connected, it is becoming almost inevitable they will encounter cybersecurity threats such as ransomware – an insidious form of malware that holds systems and files hostage until financial bounties are paid. In 2021, one in four organisations in Singapore reported a ransomware attack, costing on average millions of dollars to […]

How to Build a Zero Trust Edge

To compete effectively in today’s rapidly evolving digital marketplace, most organizations have accelerated their efforts at digital innovation. One outcome has been the rapid expansion of the network edge, including developing hybrid networks that span constantly evolving data centers, campuses, branch offices, and multi-cloud environments. And the transition to a hybrid workforce has added home […]

Five Steps to Kick-start Your Move to XDR

Alert overload is practically a given for security teams today. Analysts are inundated with new detections and events to triage, all spread across a growing set of disparate, disconnected security tools. In fact, they’ve burgeoned to such an extent that the average enterprise now has 45 cybersecurity-related tools deployed across its environment. As attacks grow […]