New CVD Cisco HyperFlex with Veeam Availability Suite for Multisite Deployments

Authored by Brandon Copeland: @bhcopeland Over the past year Cisco and Veeam customers have seen tremendous value from the Cisco and Veeam partnership. The Cisco HyperFlex™ Systems solution together with Veeam Availability Suite gives customers a flexible, agile, and scalable infrastructure that is protected and easy…

Woman Sentenced to Six Years for Hiring a Hitman on the Darknet

In Lyngby, Denmark, a 58-year-old woman received a six year prison sentence for trying to have a man killed through a darknet murder-for-hire service. The first public mentions of the case occurred only a couple of months before the sentence hearing, even though Danish authorities…

Behind All The Gadgetry, There’s This Thing Called “Connectivity”

Amidst the clamor and crush of getting ready for the holidays, and closing out the year 2017, there’s this other big thing going on for many of us: Prepping for the 2018 International Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas. You may ask why a company…

Building a Public Venue Wi-Fi Network – 4 Steps To Take – Extreme Networks

Last year about this time I talked about the growing expectations of customers to have ubiquitous mobile access in public places and venues. As we enter 2017, we have certainly seen the increased usage of and reliance on ubiquitous mobile connectivity in public environments such…

Enterprise Networking – Trends for 2018

2017 has been a year of incredible progress and change for Enterprise Networking at Cisco. We redefined networking this year with the world’s first intent-based networking system. We believe that Intent based networking is the future of networking – fundamentally changing how we think about…

Nation-State Hacking: 2017 in Review

If 2016 was the year government hacking went mainstream, 2017 is the year government hacking played the Super Bowl halftime show. It’s not Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear making headlines. This month, the Trump administration publicly attributed the WannaCry ransomware attack to the Lazarus Group, which allegedly works…

Government hacking in 2017

By EFF Deeplinks Blog If 2016 was the year government hacking went mainstream, 2017 is the year government hacking played the Super Bowl halftime show. It’s not Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear making headlines. This week, the Trump administration publicly attributed the WannaCry ransomware attack to the Lazarus…

2017’s code: Bitcoin and artificial intelligence

2017 will be remembered as the year that saw the rise of bitcoin, and a huge leaps forward in technologies like artificial intelligence, deep learning, voice assistants and virtual and augmented reality From smartphones to digital currencies, artificial intelligence to virtual and augmented reality, technology…

10 biggest hacks of 2017

5 of the biggest data breaches ever It was the year nothing seemed safe. Bombshell hacks were revealed one after another in 2017, from an Equifax breach that compromised almost half the country to global ransom campaigns that cost companies millions of dollars. The cyberattacks…

10 biggest hacks of 2017

5 of the biggest data breaches ever It was the year nothing seemed safe. Bombshell hacks were revealed one after another in 2017, from an Equifax breach that compromised almost half the country to global ransom campaigns that cost companies millions of dollars. The cyberattacks…

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