Do most modern tech purchases end in regret?
Business analytics has evolved into an all-embracing business intelligence function that predicts the outcome of decision-making in future scenarios.
The most disruptive development yet?
Internet of things commerce will pave the way for new-generation technologies covering logistics, inventory and supply chain management.
AI and ML: Key combatants in the cyber security conflict
Artificial intelligence and its subset machine learning are now key technology partners in the search for improved and faster cyber security processes.
Stealth technology on the move
As security worries ramp up, stealth technology is increasingly embraced by companies to protect sensitive data that is vulnerable to attack.
A software solution to mitigate the microchip crisis?
Today’s software-defined network tech is able to optimise traditional network architectures and existing hardware resources to offer secure interoperability.
The genesis of the next architectural evolution
The close coupling of SD-WAN, SASE and SD-Branch will enhance security and lead to improved operational efficiencies in the remote-working age.
The urgent need for a radical approach to cyber security
Immunisation or ‘vaccination’ against the effects of a cyber virus and related threats after they have been downloaded represents a radical shift in thinking and strategy.
Getting ready for SD-WAN’s new 5G trajectory
A fundamental characteristic of an SD-WAN is its ability to support multiple connection types associated with high-speed cellular networks such as 4G LTE and 5G.
Critical infrastructure is now in cyber criminals’ crosshairs
Importantly, a weapon – or, more accurately, a collection of weapons – is gaining ground over traditional network security concepts.
Scrap the patchwork of solutions, policies and vendors
Faced with changing workplace demands, many organisations have suddenly found themselves with a hodgepodge of solutions, policies and vendors with which to contend.
It is time to retool the network
The structure of many of today’s networks is rooted in past technologies and has not evolved to accommodate the needs of the modern digital, cloud-aligned enterprise.