Event correlation is a technique that for analyzing a large set of event points and identifying relationships or patterns that signal a security threat.
Cloud cost optimization is one way IT manages a lean budget while still providing key resource allocation to the business.
By understanding the phases of a cyber attack, your can better prepare your organization for the most prevalent risks to the business.
Multigigabit technology is about optimizing your current wired infrastructure for today’s – and tomorrow’s – connectivity needs.
Digital workspace management platforms give IT professionals visibility into the network, user behavior, and device access, all in a single dashboard.
From slow connections to outright outages, these common wireless network challenges can impact productivity and business operations.
The 3-2-1 backup strategy provides a framework on which businesses can build resilient disaster recovery strategies for whatever comes their way.
Feeding security with insights means recognizing that cybersecurity is a continually evolving entity. The feeding security methodology helps organizations engage in continuous monitoring, remediation, and security.
Microsegmentation is key to creating granularity in the data center and across hybrid IT deployments, prompted by the rise in network virtualization.
The client server model, distinct from centralized computing, enables improved technology management as the number of connections grows.