09.11.2015Enterprise Tech

Enterprise Tech Spotlight: A Smarter WAN, IoT Ready to Boom, Financial Security, On-Demand Cloud

The connected world is not only making our technology more intelligent, it’s improving our daily lives exponentially. An explosion of network devices is expected in the very near future and the backbone of all this technology will be the network. To learn more, I’m spotlighting the growth of the Internet of Things, the backend systems needed to make connected solutions work, the latest online security tools and easy access to cloud infrastructure.

Are You Ready to Experience the Growth of Internet of Things to 40 million Devices by the Year 2020?

It is anticipated by the experts and specialists of the field that in less than a decade’s time there is every possibility that there will be internet in your car, fridge, washing machine, television set, front door of the building, ACs and even on your wallets. (Tech Tend)  

Verizon, Cisco Launch Smarter WAN

The companies will launch an application-driven wide area networking service, the first of the new services on Verizon’s software-defined network architecture. The managed SDN-based WAN automatically tailors network connections to the needs of enterprise applications. (LightReading)  

Bank Vaults No Longer Provide Full Security in the Digitally Connected World

Things have changed a lot since the days of bank robberies by the likes of Bonnie and Clyde. In today’s digital world, bank robbers are often anonymous faces behind a computer screen, and a traditional vault won’t keep your digital valuables safe anymore. (Financial IT)  

Verizon Partners with Splunk to Create Actionable Security Intelligence

While Verizon Enterprise Solutions is considered one of the most authoritative sources when it comes to information concerning security breaches, turning all that data into something that represents actionable intelligence has been another matter altogether. (IT Business Edge)  

For Feds: Cloud Platform Now Available as On-Demand, Pay-As-You-Go Option

Federal government departments and agencies that want to use the cloud to support variable demand workloads — applications with usage that ebbs and flows over time — now have an option from Verizon Enterprise Solutions. (American City & County)

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