BYOD and security: Can you have both?

If you allow employees to use their personal devices for work, are you exposing your organization to new security risks? Attempted security breaches are on the rise, and employee smartphones, tablets and laptops could provide new pathways for malware, viruses and hacking. What can you do to protect enterprise information, applications and networks while still supporting your organization’s bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program?

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How New Types of DDoS Affect the Cloud

At a recent security meeting with a large healthcare organization, I had the privilege of looking at the logs of a private cloud infrastructure which I helped design. They showed me a couple of interesting numbers and what looked like possible DDoS attacks. Except, they were different. The security admin mentioned that he, and colleagues in different organizations, have been seeing a spike in malicious DDoS attacks against their systems.

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Ten Huge Multi-Tenant Data Centers that Came Online in 2014

There was no shortage of huge data center openings this year, majority of them multi-tenant facilities, where owners lease space to companies. In November, market research firm IDC said huge data centers being built by service providers will account for more than 70 percent of all data center construction by 2018.

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Tintri Named InfoWorld 2015 Technology Of The Year Award Winner

Tintri, a provider of flash-based storage products specifically designed for virtualized and cloud environments, was recognized for its Tintri VMstore storage product. Now expanded to support Microsoft’s Hyper-V and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization as well as VMware, Tintri VMstore simplifies storage management.

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How 2014’s AV Technology Will Bring Success in 2015 – Audio Visual News Network

As the first major electronics show of the season is wrapping up, AV professionals are already realizing that 2015 isn’t going to be the same outlook for the AV industry, whether for commercial or residential, as it was in 2014. Last year was one of evolution, not revolution, which is exactly what the industry needed.

For the first time in several years, the big picture items the industry has been talking about for a while finally became usable: Unified communications software and hardware, laser projectors, 4k distribution and switching, and collaborative technology—both wired and wireless.

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PTS Partner SimpliVity on a Mission to Simplify IT

SimpliVity Convergence 3.0: Converge EntireStack into a Single Resource Pool
SimpliVity is on a mission to simplify IT. SimpliVity’s products are used by hundreds of enterprises and service providers worldwide and SimpliVity has been recognized by the industry for its leadership team, channel acumen and friendliness, and product innovation.

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