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IT security has traditionally focused on hardening the network perimeter against attack. However, growing numbers of mobile users, coupled with increasing adoption of cloud services, have created a porous network perimeter. In this environment, user authentication has become a primary
Long a staple of science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) has seen rapid advances in recent years that have brought well within the mainstream. AI has the potential to transform every business sector, and shake up well-established industries with new business
Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) have changed the way businesses operate and what it takes to thrive in a digital economy. Companies that have existed for decades have evolved into
In June 2015, Pure Storage introduced the Pure1 cloud-based storage management and support platform. The goal of Pure1 was to simplify storage ownership and improve productivity by enabling IT to monitor storage anywhere in the world from a mobile device.
These days, just about any object and most living beings can generate and share data. This explains why IHS expects the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to grow to 30.7 billion by 2020 and 75.4 billion by 2025.
It’s no secret that enterprise data centers are struggling to keep up with high data volumes and eliminate bottlenecks that are dragging down storage performance. These bottlenecks are often traced back to legacy network infrastructure that wasn’t designed to deliver
In a previous post, we discussed why organizations are switching to Power over Ethernet (PoE) lighting. Today’s energy-efficient LED bulbs require so little power that PoE can easily deliver the necessary electricity through a data networking cable, which is less
Today’s smart buildings don’t just turn on the lights at the beginning of the workday and turn them off at night. In many cases, the lighting controls are based on sunlight levels and whether people are actually in a room