Tom Hollingsworth sits down with Khalid Raza, formerly of Viptela, to discuss how the landscape of technology is changing and how SD-WAN is enabling businesses to keep up with the changing needs of their users, consumers, and the workforce in general.
In this episode of Tomversations, we focus on the new area of edge computing and talk about the roots of client/server architecture, how edge computing is addressing issues with distributed high-bandwidth devices, what role IoT plays in edge computing, and highlight companies looking to join in the edge computing realm.
Are you the person you say you are? How do you ensure that the people logging into your environment are supposed to be there? Are your threats taking over insider access? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at ForgeRock and their identity management solutions for your enterprise.
Heuristics aren’t enough anymore. We’ve entered a new era of malware detection that needs constant learning. How can we hope to keep up with creators that are focused on beating us with DevOps mentalities? Tom Hollingsworth talks to Irfan Asrar of Blue Hexagon about how their Deep Learning technology is helping them stay one step ahead of the bad actors.
Automation is bad, right? It’s going to take away my job and leave me hopeless! The biggest problem that automation has is with people. And the solution to the friction created by automation is also people. Let’s examine this with a Tomversation.
Is your workforce mostly remote? With the state of things right now, do you anticipate them working remotely more often? If so, how does that affect your security perimeter? Does it even exist now? Tom Hollingsworth looks at the CASB solution from BitGlass and how they can help ensure your users are protected no matter which coffee shop their working from.
This Showcase, Time Synchronization Needs in Communications and IT, is presented by Kevin W. Bross – Principal Engineer and Modular Systems Architect in Network Platforms Group (NPG), Network Technology Innovation Division at Intel Corporation. The Gestalt IT Showcase is an interactive conversation featuring a company subject matter expert and a panel of independent, technical IT influencers. These sessions add valuable thought leadership and credibility to product presentations. The IT Influencers dig in, ask questions, and discuss the content on camera – creating a conversation you won’t see anywhere else.
This Showcase, Efficient Networks with Silicon Innovation, is presented by Prem Jonnalagadda – Senior Director, Product Management and Marketing at Intel Corporation. The Gestalt IT Showcase is an interactive conversation featuring a company subject matter expert and a panel of independent, technical IT influencers. These sessions add valuable thought leadership and credibility to product presentations. The IT Influencers dig in, ask questions, and discuss the content on camera – creating a conversation you won’t see anywhere else.
The Department of Defense’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract was always going to be a hotly contested affair, worth well over $10 billion over the course of a decade. But when it was announced in 2017, no one could have imagined the bizarre twists the turns the bidding process would take. This winner-take-all contact has dragged on for more than three years, and while Microsoft has been declared the official winner, the legal wrangling makes this feel far from over. If you haven’t kept up on the news, Rich Stroffolino is here to give you a comprehensive overview.
How do you prove who you are? Are you going to rely on some big company to tell other people that you are you? What if we could validate identity with the companies and software that know us the best and still keep it all secure? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Identiq, a new company looking to create a peer-to-peer identity validation network.