With the fast-evolving pace of today’s networking landscape, organizations are seeking more economical and efficient ways to deliver their applications and services to their targets. Indeed, application delivery has drastically changed in its forms since the widespread of smart mobile devices. Therefore, organizations have to enhance the centralized management in their data centers in order to cope with the ever-rising in bandwidth demand without excessive expenses.
Telehealth has been on the momentum in the healthcare sector and the related technologies have attracted increased attentions. According to survey data from renowned health research institutions, there were nearly 7 million people who experienced telehealth technology in 2016, and the number is still on the rise. It is believed that telehealth can improve clinical benefits, particular for individuals with chronic conditions, disability or residence in remote areas.
A county government serving more than 4000 daily patrons in more than 18 public libraries set out to provide high-speed Internet service so that the patrons would be able to use the access for researching and information sharing. The computing hardware involved ranges from laptops and desktop computers to mobile devices such as tablets and cell phones. With the deployment of such Internet access comes with the need for an Internet filtering system.
A security operation center (SOC) provides not only an extra set of eyes for 24x7 monitoring on cloud services but also the security knowhow and guidance for resolving potential security incidents detected. SOC as a Service, as the naming suggests, delivers the aforementioned security measures as an outsourced service, delivering the highest level of security posture for organizations with limited time, budget, or trained staff needed for an in-house 24x7 SOC deployment.
Branch office communication networks are changing to deliver cloud services for workers. Communications service providers can meet these needs with SD-WAN services powered by Session Smart Routing technology from 128 Technology running on Intel® processor-based white box servers from Lanner.
As more ships are being connected to broadband internet through either VSAT bands, L-band or 3G/4G/LTE mobile phone networks, there has been a significant rise in the demand for integrated gateway solutions capable of not only managing vessel voice and data communications but also mitigating cyber risks.
The IoT era has ushered in not only constantly increasing demands for connectivity but also growing concerns about tenacious and complex attacks. DDoS attacks today target not only connection bandwidth, but multiple devices that make up an enterprise’s existing security infrastructure, such as firewall/IPS devices and awide variety of applications such as HTTP, HTTPS, VoIP, DNS and SMTP.