Palo Alto Networks has bolted together its SD-WAN and security technologies to offer an integrated, cloud-based Secure Access Service Edge offering aimed at simplifying the modern distributed enterprise.
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Cisco targets agile networks, optimised applications, hybrid work, the Internet of the future, end-to-end security and edge networking growth
Juniper offers support for EVPN-VXLAN campus-fabric networks that can be managed, controlled and streamlined by its Mist management service.
After 100 days on the job, VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram says its upcoming split from Dell will give his company increased strategic, operational and financial flexibility.
IT executives have plans to invest in emerging technologies despite the challenge of finding IT pros with the right training.
Palo Alto’s Okyo Garde package includes a Wi-Fi-6-based hardware device and mobile application software to deliver malware, ransomware and phishing protection.
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Juniper’s chief product officer Manoj Leelanivas sees AI and automation as leading a change in network architecture.
Cisco’s fifth acquisition this year is Epsagon, whose application-performance technology will be integrated into Cisco’s AppDynamics performance-management platform.
With an eye toward reinforcing its cloud management business, Extreme Networks will acquire Ipanema’s SD-WAN business for about US$73 million.
The most recent round of earnings calls found many vendors battling supply chain problems and higher costs due to the current semiconductor shortage.
Juniper Networks continues to grow its enterprise cloud-security family with a new product that promises to protect application workloads.
As revenues tops $1 billion, CEO Ed Myercord claims the vendor's XIQ management has features lacking in Cisco, others' offerings.
Work-from-anywhere employees will no longer be treated as a second-class citizen, which means they will be supported by best-in-class technology.
IBM continues to fine-tune its mainframe to keep it attractive to enterprise users interested in keeping the Big Iron in cloud and AI development plans.
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