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Chris Preimesberger, September 24, 2018 2:37 PM
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Attivo's ThreatDefend deception platform can now enable organizations to create decoy containers and serverless functions, in an attempt to trap attackers.
Technologies that are transforming data centers in other sectors are enabling television and video teams to produce, edit, finish and deliver clearer, crisper and more lifelike content faster and at lower cost.
As part of its Crypto Week series of announcements, Cloudflare debuts a new service to help organizations cryptographically secure time.
Data visualization helps people put data in understandable context. When executed well, data visualization can cast light on connections and insights that otherwise would have gone unnoticed.
Both networking companies roll out platforms designed to make it easier for enterprises to connect branch offices with multiple cloud and SaaS providers.
A new data management package called Zenko 1.0 is the industry’s first and only cloud-native multicloud data controller. It was developed entirely with open source code.
This eWEEK Data Point article examines challenges that businesses across vertical markets face when it comes to the network and how an effective edge strategy can alleviate those concerns.
By adding slides to presentations that already include documents, spreadsheets and a chat function, Quip Slides offers a single application that enables teams to better collaborate and get work done faster, Salesforce said.
DAILY VIDEO: Google releases details on its cloud data deletion process, and mobile carriers join together for the Project Verify authentication effort.
Seeking to avoid the loss of data triggered by natural disasters or cyber-threats, companies are more likely to incorporate the cloud into their backup/recovery plans.
With an increasing number of employees working from coffee shops, airports and home, and the cost of breaches increasing the security concerns created by perimeter-based VPNs, organizations are looking closer at alternatives such as SDPs, which use a zero-trust paradigm to overcome these issues.
The new whitepaper is part of an ongoing effort by Google to be more transparent about its cloud operations.