Johnsonville Sausage’s IT department modernized its wide-area network, getting costs down and simplifying the overall enterprise network environment, to move the business forward.
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Cisco warns of vulnerabilities that can let attackers issue arbitrary actions with administrative permissions.
Cisco exec says SD-WAN, Wi-Fi 6, multi-domain control, virtual networking and the evolving role of network engineers will be big in 2020.
Cisco continues to build up its internal electronics tools by acquiring Field Programmable Gate Array technology designer Exablaze.
Cisco rolls out its Silicon One plan, 8000 Series carrier-class routers and aims at selling chips to whitebox or hyperscale developers.
From SD-WAN and cloud interconnection to security, the edge will be one active place in 2020.
Experts expect that Cisco will focus on building-out cloud, SD-WAN and security in 2020.
Juniper has taken the wraps off new software and switches to broaden user options in deploying software-defined branch offices and enterprise networks.
Cisco, Aruba and Juniper are supporting Amazon's Outposts hybrid-cloud service supported by hardware in customers' private data centres.
Cisco took its integration with AWS to a new level by integrating its SD-WAN, network services and security with Outposts.
Extreme has unveiled new automation software and switches to help customers turn-up and manage new data centre networking segments.
IBM Cloud Pak for Security features open-source Red Hat technology for hunting threats and automation to speed response to cyber attacks.
Two new Arista software packages address connectivity issues between public and private clouds, create instances of its Cloud EOS in a Kubernetes container.
Cisco is bringing some of the bells and whistles of it Catalyst environment to Meraki customers with hardware and software to help customers better support and secure distributed network resources.
VMware is moving Carbon Black technology across its product lines with an eye toward helping users protect their distributed enterprises.