Gartner defines the SD-WAN market and provides an analysis of vendors offering SD-WAN. More >
The perimeter looks nothing like it used to – no wonder it’s so hard to secure.
Today’s business environment has been transformed by mobility and a shift toward distributed workforces, BYO and third-party talent. It’s a boon for productivity, but a tall order to secure. More >
Through 2018, more than one-third of desktop as a service (DaaS) pilots will fail, due to network performance or latency issues.” Don’t let yours be one of them More >
If you’re moving to NetScaler, you’ll benefit from superior performance and better management. You can also make the migration process painless with our iRules Conversion Rules. More >
To understand businesses’ internal security issues we asked Censuswide to conduct a survey for us. In ‘Is Your Data Safe?’ we present the findings – and more. The survey shows workers value data in general and are aware of the need to keep it safe – but despite this awareness they’re not doing enough to protect it, especially at work. In fact, they tend to be more careful about their data security at home. More >
Chromebooks are fast, secure, lightweight laptops designed for people who spend most of their time online. Perfect for today’s cloud computing word. But can they run the apps you need, the apps your employees and suppliers are used to? And, just as important, are you equipped to support yet another OS? Find out more… More >
Mobile device management (MDM) is a key element of secure enterprise mobility—but it’s only part of the solution.
To meet the complex needs of your mobile workforce, you also need to provide a truly comprehensive yet simple-to-use mobility solution that can address the full range of enterprise requirements while ensuring full adoption. More >
Thinking about upgrading your ADCs? If so, you need to carefully structure your testing regime to reflect real-world conditions. You’ll find the results a lot more useful than those generated by less realistic testing scenarios that focus purely on basic throughput. More >