Tomversations is back for Episode 5. Today we’re talking about end-to-end encryption and how the U.S. Attorney General and some US Senators want to open it up to only them.
VMware gets some interesting DR assets with Datrium, Alphabet’s Loom starts internet balloon service in Kenya, most passwords are bad, and Dfinity opens up its decentralized serverless service to developers.
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.
Amazon launches the Aeronautics and Satellite Solutions to go to space, Salesforce tries to remove gender bias from AI, and Microsoft launches initiatives to upskill the economy. All this and more IT news of the week with Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth on the Gestalt IT Rundown.
What does your branch office look like? I’m sure the answer to that question is different than it was just six months ago. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look back at Riverbed’s presentation from Networking Field Day 22 and how they have the right tools to make your new branch work just like it should.
Today’s world is driven by software. Applications rule the tech space and they are increasingly relying on machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to make better, faster decisions. But there are some technologies that don’t really take full advantage of AI. Can an algorithm replace a person troubleshooting? Is something at is as much art as science able to leverage the power of a computer to get the job done? Is it true that AI Can’t Do Much For Wi-Fi?
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.
How much time does it take before you know you’ve been breached? How much time do you spend figuring out what you need to know so you can respond appropriately? How many precious minutes are wasted gathering info from the four corners of your enterprise? What if you could have what you needed in just one minute? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at PathSolutions TotalView Security Operations Manager and how it is the perfect rapid response SIEM for the SMB.
Dell is reportedly investigating a VMware spinoff, a bill in the US Senate would require tech companies to help break encryption, Intel launched Gen 2 Optane DIMMs, and AWS mitigates the largest DDoS. Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth break it all down on this week’s Gestalt IT Rundown.
Broadcom is one of the biggest suppliers for chips in the networking market? But how do they provide the chips you need to fit the services and operations you’re selling? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at their lineup and how they can scale in a variety of ways to fit the bill.