Posts Tagged ‘Cisco Systems’
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.
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 is mixing and matching its videoconferencing wares, hoping new combinations of hardware and software can shake up the struggling business collaboration systems market.
When your toaster oven starts pitching online Canadian pharmacies, it’s time to take security on the Internet of Things seriously.
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.
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.
Integrated infrastructure and platforms sales jumped 68.5 percent last quarter. The space now accounts for some $1.4 billion in sales with vendors delivering more than 622 petabytes of new storage capacity in Q3, a 101 percent increase over the same period in 2012.
Few businesses are jumping headlong into SDN, despite the technology’s much-hyped promises of cheaper and more flexible networks.
Another year draws to a close. 2013 was filled with technology stories both grand and amusing. Here are some of our favorite articles told through our favorite Internet memes.
Cisco’s brand protection director talks about the vendor’s efforts to crack down on gray market and counterfeit gear.