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Splunk’s Mission Control sends security operations center into new orbit

The security operations center in many large companies looks much like NASA’s Mission Control Center — lots of consoles displaying reams of data and harried personnel swiveling between screens to analyze threats or manage incident response. Therefore, it’s only fitting that Splunk Inc.’s newly launched enhancement for the Security Operations Suite is called Mission Control. …

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Pax8 helps fix ‘broken’ distribution for the cloud

As technology evolves into cloud solutions, legacy distribution is failing to deliver effectively for cloud solutions and more modern distribution needs. Companies have had bad experiences buying cloud products from traditional distributors because of the brokenness of the systems in place, which were not built for the cloud. So what are the solutions? “The traditional …

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Sports teams seek competitive advantage through digital transformation

The sports industry is the poster child of what it takes to encapsulate digital-transformation success. After all, these organizations have a business to run, a team to manage, and fans to protect, which results in the consumerization of information technology, security issues for customers, and analytics for a competitive edge. Data center backup and recovery solutions …

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Q&A: Infused with digitally native ideas, SUSE Group jump-starts computing transformations

  When a digitally minded business is ready to play catch up, things can be expedited with the magic of open-source computing. The idea is to provide proper plug-ins across virtual walls and supporting the flurry of services now found on all major cloud platforms. For SUSE Group and Acumatica Inc., service providers in enterprise …

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Trustco adopts hyperconvergence to meet growth challenges

When a company grows fast, executives must keep up with the emerging challenges of keeping the business running efficiently. In addition to meeting the needs of a growing and diverse number of customers and suppliers, organizations must effectively respond to increased demands from internal operations, especially the information-technology department. To deal with IT’s behind-the-scenes requirements, financial service company Trustco Group …

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Q&A: Nutanix brings homogeneity to dispersed environments

Simplicity is the byword for product design these days. Seamless, intuitive, one-click … consumers expect applications and products to be simple to understand — and easy to use. This expectation has trickled down from consumer devices to the infrastructure that supports them. Hands-off operations would give developers time to innovate for the future instead of …

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Enterprise security evolves alongside automation, intelligent orchestration

Cybersecurity professionals today are betting a bundle on automation. Short-staffed, under-skilled, and facing novel threats, they hope automation can help by performing certain tasks on their behalf. But simply buying a few software products may not substantively improve a company’s security stance, according to Ted Julian (pictured), vice president of product management and co-founder of Resilient, …

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HashiCorp breaks down the barriers to a simple and secure cloud

Many companies are still solving their security issues by building walls to protect sensitive information with barriers to prevent bad guys from getting in and data getting out. But with ever-increasing connectivity between devices, any effort to make an impenetrable security wall is defeated by a mind-boggling complexity of potential weak points. “You’re one API …

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Customer choice drives Pure’s offering with AWS as it expands hybrid cloud options

When it comes to storage capabilities, what does the hybrid cloud mean to an enterprise? For Pure Storage Inc., the answer is being able to send data inexpensively to the public cloud, having the ability to restore information either on-premises or in the cloud, and backing up data volumes across a multitude of platforms. “What …

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Pure’s partnerships in cloud storage offerings position it for competitive future

This week’s Pure//Accelerate conference in Austin, Texas, was an opportunity for Pure Storage Inc. to unveil its hybrid cloud chops this week, and the company did not disappoint. Pure fleshed out its enterprise strategy by announcing the release of Cloud Block Store for Amazon Web Services Inc. and CloudSnap for Microsoft Azure. The firm also unveiled Pure as …

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Are you listening to the Tech Whisperer? Keeping up with technology trends requires expert advice

Modern enterprise exists in a fast-paced world where change has become the norm. In a Darwinian fight for survival, it’s adapt and adopt or else. Old-school business leaders are quietly quaking in their shoes; threatened by technologies whose nuances are only understood by the information-technology team. Establishing a decisive and discerning digital strategy is essential. …

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Q&A: Intel reiterates its stance on multicloud, tips hat to VMware NSX

There is no cloud; it’s just someone else’s computer, as the saying goes. Cloud computing’s ethereal nature makes it easy to forget there’s real hardware down on the ground as software service models virtualize hardware management. But at soirees such as VMworld, the invisible comes to light as an ecosystem of storage and networking providers …

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