Cisco adds Silicon One chip to Catalyst switches: what does that mean for the network?
Cisco promises 'wired-like network performance' with the combination of Wi-Fi 6E and Silicon One powered Catalyst 9000X series.
Network technology is the foundation of Cisco. Yet we haven't been hearing so much about this business unit lately. In recent years it has been very much about Webex, b... Read more
Celonis optimizes data execution with Lenses and Execution Graph
During its World Tour event, Celonis announced expansions to further develop process mining and execution management. Prior to the conference, Alexander Rinke, one of the company's founders, shared the focus areas that Celonis is primarily investing in: data, intelligence and actions. For this purp... Read more
Synology Virtual Machine Manager: from devserver to high availability cluster
Synology is winning over business customers by offering more than storage. Its combined hardware and software platform provides a unique solution. Besides backups, you're able to run applications in virtual machines on a NAS. The Synology Virtual Machine Manager is available in DSM, allowing almost... Read more
Cato Networks: “We are the only true SASE vendor”
SASE is without a doubt one of the dominant trends in (enterprise) infrastructure conversations at the moment. You hear it everywhere and everyone seems to be offering it these days. But what is it really and can anyone just call themselves a SASE vendor?
Gartner is a pretty powerful platform. A... Read more
How to make your IT infrastructure suitable for the cloud?
Many companies have already embarked on the journey to the cloud. Few are fully adopted and compatible to the cloud. So how do you make sure your IT infrastructure is suitable and optimised for the cloud? There's still plenty to learn on this front. Whether it concerns your cloud environment, hyper... Read more
What is DevOps, and how does the model evolve in the cloud?
DevOps is an amalgamation of traditional Development and Operations teams. Especially in the cloud, however, the DevOps model is evolving. More and more tasks are being automated, creating more time to focus on applications and features that make the difference.
We sat down with Sebastien Storma... Read more
Data breaches get bigger, do people still care? We need cyber resilience
There was a time when an enormous data breach would concern people. People were afraid when someone stole their credentials. That feeling seems to have disappeared. Data breaches are as ordinary as DDOS attacks. People don't seem to care anymore. It also means that it has become harder for cybercri... Read more
Hyperautomation and IPA: how valuable is automation?
Companies generally have the ambition to automate processes and tasks. They are more than willing to invest in making complex and time-consuming processes more efficient. Therefore, they look at new forms of automation. Two upcoming terms, Hyperautomation and Intelligent Process Automation (IPA), a... Read more
2022 is the year of API security, Salt Security plays an important role
APIs are tremendously useful and are in use almost everywhere these days. But how do you make sure that attackers can't abuse them? That's the question Salt Security took up in 2016. We spoke with co-founder and CEO Roey Eliyahu and also received a demo of Salt's platform.
APIs are getting a lot... Read more
“Forget about application landscapes, think of moments of service”
At IFS, it's all about so-called moments of service at the moment. It's a central concept in the company's vision. CEO Darren Roos, of course, often talks about it as well. We spoke to him at length during the recent IFS Connect Benelux event, and dug a bit deeper into this topic. Why are moments o... Read more