Daily Archives: August 1, 2019

IBM is making all its software cloud-native following Red Hat deal

IBM has announced that it has transformed its software portfolio to be cloud-native and optimized it to run on Red Hat OpenShift enabling enterprises to build mission-critical applications once and run them on all leading public clouds including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Alibaba and IBM Cloud and on …

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Cloud traffic is dominating enterprise networks

Cloud services now account for 85 percent of all enterprise web traffic according to Netskope’s recently released 2019 Netskope Cloud Report which signals a need for organizations to adopt a holistic approach to securing both the cloud and web. Chief Strategy Officer at Netskope, Jason Clark stressed the need for …

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Cisco fined for selling software with security flaws

Cisco has agreed to pay $8.6m to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of a whistleblower client who claims the software giant knowingly sold video surveillance systems to US federal and state agencies that could have been easily hacked because of critical software flaws. Attorney and partner at Phillips & …

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Has Sony just registered another new Alpha camera?

Sony threw us recently with the announcement of the Alpha A7R IV (above), just as everyone had their hopes raised for an A7S III, A7000 or an A9 Mark II – and that was before launching the seventh iteration in its RX100 line, the RX100 Mark VII. But it seems …

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Emerging threats to cloud-based business

About the author Max Heinemeyer is the Director of Threat Hunting at Darktrace It’s no secret that collaboration is the bedrock of business. In fact, a Stanford University study demonstrated that merely priming employees to act in a collaborative fashion — without changing their environment or workflow — makes them …

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