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A chatbot for network security management? It's a reality
In what may be an industry-first, a UK-based company has launched an intelligent chatbot especially designed for network security management tasks.
The murky world of Australia & Singapore's workforce monitoring laws
Australia’s complexity is second only to the United states when it comes to workforce monitoring.
Cavium joins OpenCAPI consortium to bring server offloads into the next generation
"We will work in tandem with other partners' systems technology to unleash high-performance capabilities for our clients' data center workloads."
How to ensure the availability of your network before DDoS strikes
When availability is taken from a business, the impact is felt immediately.
Palo Alto Networks takes security logs to the cloud
Large data logs are important for organisations to be able to store, process & analyse as much data as possible in order to improve threat visibility.
Pacific Tech ups value added services with new firewall monitoring offering
Pacific Tech has launched a cloud based value added service providing next-gen firewall device health monitoring, alerting and threat intelligence.
Schneider Electric: Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink…
The data center industry is sitting on a massive resource which could enable huge financial savings.
Continuum serves up new network management offering for MSPs
Continuum and Auvik Networks new partnership has resulted in a fully-managed comprehensive network management offering for MSPs.
Is your healthcare data safe? Here are three ways to protect it
Healthcare providers and healthcare systems have some of the most valuable information not only for patient health, but also for cyber attackers.
The incredible system that every IT department needs
We explain an incredible system that we discovered recently. (This wasn't paid for, it's just brilliant).
Expert opinion: What you can’t see could kill your network
CIOs & network admins often view the network as an inhibitor to achieving the business agility they recognize as vital to digital transformation.
Ipswitch's latest 'clever little tool' is a must-have for network admins
In 1991 Ipswitch launched its first product. It was a simple FTP client. It still sells the WSftp product to this day, but their focus is much bigger.
Lincoln University announces major overhaul of their network
At an open day today on campus in Christchurch, Lincoln University presented a major overhaul of its campus network.
Calamity Monitoring says disruption key to innovative security
Calamity Monitoring believes that it's on the forefront of new security technologies because of its independence as a security monitoring company.
APAC leads burgeoning Anything-as-a-Service market
“In 2015, APAC emerged as the fastest-growing XaaS market, driven by accelerated development activities in emerging markets."
Big data drives uptake of analytics solutions in the enterprise
"The extensive data generation is resulting in enterprises looking for business analytics solutions that automate key processes."
Network security market grows rapidly in APAC region
High adoption of BYOD policies and cloud computing in the APAC region will aid the growth of the global network security market through to 2019.
Endace returns to New Zealand ownership once again
Endace has become a wholly New Zealand owned and operated company, following a management-led buyout from Emulex - its parent company.
Wireless home security market to reach $32 billion by 2019
The emergence of customised solutions and integrated packages will significantly boost the global wireless home security market until 2019.
In plain sight: Avoiding loss of visibility and security in virtualised environments
Network Packet Brokers are key to mitigating enterprise network blind spots – but unless chosen wisely, they can compromise visibility.
Dimension Data to provide network infrastructure for $550m Aussie port
“VICT is a perfect example of how technology is completely redefining the way we look at business," says Rodd Cunico, Dimension Data Australia CEO.
Huawei wings big for wireless network innovations
This year, the company walked away with 5G Innovation of the Year, Fixed Broadband Project of the Year and Wireless Network Project of the Year.
Growing discord between demand for WiFi and building design
In the digital world where mobility reigns supreme, there is a growing gap between expectations of wireless customers and those who design buildings.
Ruckus Wireless completes industry first
"Ruckus is once again leading the way in Wi-Fi innovation, making it easier for carriers and enterprises to virtualise and optimise their networks."