Posts Tagged ‘Cisco Systems’

Juniper Mulls Sale of Mobile Security Unit

Once heralded as the cornerstone of the company’s BYOD support strategy and a key part of its Simply Connected portfolio, Juniper is reportedly considering the sale of its Junos Pulse mobile security unit.

Cisco Reverses Strategy to Enter Cloud Fray

Cisco Systems announced it’s investing $1 billion to develop cloud hosting capabilities to compete with Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and others in the increasingly competitive infrastructure-as-a-service market.

Do Latest NSA Leaks Clear Huawei?

Revelations of U.S. government spying on Huawei go a long way toward exonerating the Chinese company from long-standing accusations that its technology poses a threat to America’s national security.

Cisco Goes for Broke in Video-for-All Strategy

Cisco wants to take high-quality video collaboration capabilities beyond the CEO suite and disperse it among the working masses.

Cisco Challenges Community to Secure Internet of Things

Cisco is launching the Internet of Things Security Grand Challenge, a chance for the global security community to propose practical security solutions across all of the markets being impacted IoT.

On Point: Forensics, Firewalls and Fitness Chips

This week in On Point, our weekly digest of product and services news, IBM goes cyber-sleuthing, Cisco trots out ESP and Palo Alto revs next-gen firewalls.

Polycom’s Two-pronged Attack on Videoconferencing

Polycom is mixing and matching its videoconferencing wares, hoping new combinations of hardware and software can shake up the struggling business collaboration systems market.

The Fridge Said What? Internet of Things Hack Puts Appliances on the Attack

When your toaster oven starts pitching online Canadian pharmacies, it’s time to take security on the Internet of Things seriously.

Framehawk Buy: Incremental Improvement for Citrix, Trouble for Microsoft

Citrix and desktop-as-a-service rivals Amazon and Cisco Systems may be the biggest beneficiaries of growing interest in business-class DaaS, but the biggest loser may be Microsoft.

NSA Hacking: Where We Stand in the Channel

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for solution providers in the business of providing networking and computing infrastructure — they’ve been left to explain to a skittish clientele why they should be confident their IT systems haven’t been compromised by the National Security Agency.