After a three-year hiatus, Cisco Live returns to an in-person format. While the show has evolved over the years to appeal to line of business and corporate executives, its core audience is still the engineer that makes their living deploying and operating Cisco equipment. While much of the innovation at the show is in networking, over the years, Webex has become a more prominent part of the show.
Identity and access management (IAM) provider ForgeRock recently held its annual IDLive conference in Austin, Texas. One of the most compelling sessions involved ForgeRock CTO Eve Maler, who discussed the future of IAM and how it’s now being heavily infused with artificial intelligence (AI) to make it more effective.
This week Extreme Networks held its Extreme Connect event in Nashville. This is the company’s annual user conference, highlighting the latest and greatest in the company’s efforts to innovate.
Extreme has been on an interesting, multi-year journey as the company has grown through aggressive acquisitions. Much of its research and development efforts have focused on bringing the portfolios of core Extreme together with the businesses it has purchased, such as Avaya Networking, Brocade Data Center, Motorola Wi-Fi and Aerohive.
Ransomware attacks have grown by 80% year-over-year, as they continue to evolve in tactics and scope.
The findings come from Zscaler Inc.’s newly released ThreatLabz 2022 Ransomware Report, which uncovered a record number of attacks that have increased both in volume and the cost of damages.
Nvidia Inc. is positioning its open DOCA software framework as the fastest and easiest way to speed up the development and performance of data processing unit applications.
DOCA is a software development kit for Nvidia BlueField DPUs (pictured). For those not familiar with BlueField, it provides data center infrastructure-on-a-chip, optimized for high-performance enterprise and cloud computing. Because DOCA is tied to BlueField, there’s a misconception that it’s closed and proprietary.