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It’s not often that a product has the longevity to successfully span decades in any market. Then again, Data Domain was never just any product. Data Domain spearheaded one of the most disruptive technology shifts in IT by leading backup from tape to disk-based systems. And along the way, it helped create the Purpose Built Backup Appliance market. Since IDC has been tracking this category, Dell EMC has been the revenue leader. Over this time...

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a complicated concept for the majority of people, and it’s one of the reasons that it took a while for people to fully see its benefit in the workplace. But with technology improving in leaps and bounds, companies are finding ways to integrate IoT solutions that have a significant impact on cutting costs. The key to understanding those savings, however, relies on understanding what IoT actually does. But the...

SASE, pronounced “sassy,” stands for secure access service edge, and it’s being positioned by Gartner as the next big thing in enterprise networking. The technology category, which Gartner and other network experts first introduced earlier this year, converges the WAN edge and network security into a cloud-based, as-a-service delivery model. According to Gartner, the convergence is driven by customer demands for simplicity, scalability, flexibility, low latency, and pervasive security. SASE brings together security and networking A SASE implementation...

The success of your customers’ cybersecurity efforts depends on their ability to recognize modern threats across their distributed network architectures. However, as the capabilities of cybercriminals continue to expand, what may have once been an effective cybersecurity strategy may now be obsolete. Moreover, critical vulnerabilities may have crept into your customers’ networks that they aren’t aware of that can serve as attack vectors for modern cyberattacks. This situation is even more challenging when it comes...

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