ForgeRock Intelligent Access Trees Simplifies Access Management

This week, security vendor Fortinet announced several updates to its SASE platform to address the security needs of hybrid work.

The pandemic gave many workers a sense of what it’s like to work from home and most want to continue to do so, just not all the time. My research shows that 86% of users want to work from home but only 9% want to be 100% remote. Also, 51% of employees will work from home 2-4 days a week and 14% one day a week. These numbers point to a world where most businesses must think hybrid.

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Fortinet’s SASE Enhancements Simplify Security and Networking

Cisco has set an ambitious new goal to provide digital and cybersecurity skills training to 25 million people over the next 10 years, as part of its Networking Academy program, and this year marks the 25th anniversary since Cisco launched “NetAcad” to address the global skills shortage.

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Cisco Networking Academy looks to the future as it turns 25

At the GITEX Global conference last week in Dubai, communications hardware and software provider Avaya showcased how its technology can be integrated into a metaverse experience. GITEX has become a premier technology conference across the globe and rivals CES for attendance.

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How Avaya is bringing contact-center functionality to the metaverse

The term XDR, for extended detection and response, has been bandied about for almost half a decade. I believe I was the first analyst to use it when I authored this post in 2018. When I wrote the post, I had a very specific definition in mind, but like most things in tech, once a term starts to gain traction, more and more vendors bend the definition to meet their needs.

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What’s XDR? Five answers to key questions about extended detection and response

Wi-Fi 6E Is Critical to Healthcare Modernization

This month, start up Graphiant exited stealth mode with a network as a service (NaaS) offering.

While there are many NaaS solutions available to buyers today, most are just a different way to license the products. Instead of paying $1 for the product and an additional 20 cents per year for maintenance, customers now pay anywhere from nothing to 20 cents up front. with a monthly subscription for a certain term, such as 3, 5 or even 7 years.

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Graphiant Exits Stealth, Redefines Network as a Service