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Bitglass deepens integration with MFA vendor Duo Security
Bitglass has announced a deepened integration with Duo Security, now part of Cisco, as it looks to strengthen security for the modern workforce.
Remote working trend bolsters cybersecurity investment - but downturn predicted
A new report from Canalys indicates investment in cybersecurity has increased 9.7% - but worsening economic conditions could turn the statistic around.
Cisco, ESET, Fortinet crowned by Canalys, while Symantec, IBM & McAfee underperform
Several big names have been revealed as underperforming compared with the market average with low partner sentiment.
SD-WAN market growth slows in 1Q20
Supply chain disruptions accounted for the majority of the market decline in 1Q 2020, according to Dell’Oro.
Cisco buys ThousandEyes, strengthening network portfolio
Cisco is eyeing up network intelligence company ThousandEyes for its latest acquisition, building on Cisco’s cloud-based network and application performance portfolio.
Intel creates 10th Gen vPro processors for 'next generation of business computing'
“Built for business, the Intel vPro platform is a comprehensive PC foundation for performance, hardware-enhanced security, manageability and stability,” says Intel.
Cisco ASA firewall users urged to patch systems now
Since early January 2020, the number of internet-accessible Cisco ASA devices considered vulnerable has jumped from 170,000 to 220,000.
Cisco and Google Cloud partner on end-to-end SD-WAN solution
The two networking giants have come together on a solution that provides an end-to-end network that adapts to application needs from branch to edge.
Cohesity announces $250 million funding, doubles valuation to US$2.5 billion
"The funding recognises the traction Cohesity is seeing in the market as a disruptive, software-defined data management company."
Google leads donations as tech sector pledges US$1.4 billion to COVID-19 crisis
Google is leading the way in donations, with around $800 million donated to date.
Cisco sets sights on SMB market with new product portfolio
Rolling out from April, the new products are designed to suit the needs of small businesses and Cisco is ‘doubling down’ on SMB-specialist partners.
AIIA launches website hub for remote working support
The Australian Information Industry Association’s new site, Australian Business Continuity, provides support from the AIIA and its partners.
Arkadin relaunches as NTT’s cloud communications division
The division will continue to work with organisations to provide collaboration solutions, which in the recent climate is more important than ever.
Data#3 wins two Cisco Partner of the Year awards
Recognised for Lifecycle and Adoption Services, and Architectural Excellence: Enterprise Networking.
Cisco names Women in IT Award winners
As part of the company’s Women of Impact Month, it held an awards ceremony to honour just a few of the women making strides in the IT industry.
Cisco & Telstra complete 5G call over packetized fronthaul network
The successful trial could pave the way for stronger transmission networks across Telstra’s 4G and 5G base stations, as well as the opportunity to future-proof infrastructure for customers’ data transmission requirements.
Cisco launches SecureX, a cloud-native security platform
The company describes SecureX as a platform that provides visibility into security processes, including detection of unknown threats and policy violations.
5G to power new wave of mobile tech innovations, Cisco finds
According to Cisco's new report, the average 5G speed will be 575 megabits per second, or 13 times faster than the average mobile connection.
NEC announces partnership with Cisco amid increasing cyber threats
Both NEC and Cisco aim to begin rolling out network equipment from fiscal 2020.
MNF Enterprise provides Cisco cloud-native Webex calling in A/NZ
Webex Calling requires no complex on-premise infrastructure to replace customers office phone systems, allowing them to move to a true cloud-based collaboration solution.
Cisco Australia reports $16m loss
Cisco Systems Australia’s latest annual report has indicated a $16,118,000 loss for the period ended 27 July 2019.
Cisco & Schneider Electric partner on edge computing solution
The integration supports the growing challenges associated with edge computing, such as greater numbers of distributed systems deployed in environments not optimised for IT.
Kaspersky named top dog in Canalys channel satisfaction report
The company was named the top cybersecurity vendor for channel satisfaction after achieving the highest overall rating against 10 others.
Cisco taps UC as integral to new era of collaboration
“We want to empower our partners to lead the way, and bring the A/NZ market to another collaboration era.”