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  • January 27, 2016 27 Jan'16

    Congress demands Juniper backdoor audits by government agencies

    Congressional oversight committee wants to know which U.S. government agencies used firewalls that may have been affected by the recently uncovered Juniper backdoor vulnerability.

  • January 14, 2016 14 Jan'16

    Patch offered for breach in Juniper firewalls

    This week, a patch becomes available for Juniper firewalls, analysts parse IT employment statistics for 2015 and Aruba deploys 802.11ac for the U.S. Army.

  • December 23, 2015 23 Dec'15

    Juniper firewall backdoors add fuel to encryption debate

    Juniper firewalls are reportedly vulnerable to two serious backdoors, and the NSA may be at least indirectly responsible for one that exposes VPN data.

  • December 22, 2015 22 Dec'15

    Hack in Juniper firewalls spurs investigation

    ICYMI: A serious breach in Juniper firewalls spurs industry and government reaction; Gartner names three APM leaders; and Savvius targets twin-stream packet capture for WLAN device.

  • December 21, 2015 21 Dec'15

    NIA: For Illumio, security means trust no one

    Illumio wins SearchNetworking's Network Innovation Award for its Adaptive Security Platform.

  • November 03, 2015 03 Nov'15

    Hybrid cloud challenges abound for AWS, VMware shops

    The first hurdle of hybrid cloud migration is tricky enough -- then the rest of the hybrid cloud picture comes into focus.

  • November 02, 2015 02 Nov'15

    Are enterprises ready to use SDN yet?

    Software-defined networking (SDN) gained early traction with the companies that had the resources to deploy it and a clear, immediate need for its benefits: cloud providers, carriers and hyper-scale data center operators. They were eager to use SDN to make their networks more flexible, programmable and scalable. More importantly, they were willing to accept the possible hazards that come along with adopting a radically different network architecture.

    It was expected that SDN would soon trickle down to the enterprise. Yet even after several years, it turns out we're still in the early days, and many enterprises are not yet ready (or willing) to use SDN in their networks.

    It's time to look at realistic SDN use cases and deployment models for mainstream enterprises -- not just companies like Amazon and Google. In this issue of Network Evolution, learn more about how enterprises are likely to use SDN and if it will ever become the new normal in networking.

    Also in this issue, we explore what lessons network engineers can take away from the spate of high-profile network outages that affected companies such as United Airlines and the New York Stock Exchange earlier this year. Learn more about what's likely to take down your network and what steps enterprises can take to avoid it.

    Additionally, network engineers weigh in on the growing pressure to improve their fluency in security in light of the ongoing wave of data breaches and how it's affected their jobs.

  • October 19, 2015 19 Oct'15

    Big data applications to drive Walmart reboot

    We may have outlived the era of killer apps in some part defined by Walmart, but Hadoop big data applications may help the giant's quest for more growth.

  • October 14, 2015 14 Oct'15

    Windows 10 security fixes longtime OS vulnerabilities

    Windows 10 security incorporates years of improvements to remove or mitigate long-term issues with Windows vulnerabilities.

  • September 10, 2015 10 Sep'15

    VMware NSX roadmap puts focus on SDDC and cloud security

    VMware executives talked up the security aspects of an NSX deployment, citing use cases and giving a preview of upcoming features.

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