Genard Garcia

-October 16, 2018

The Perfect Synergy for Business Globalization
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The Perfect Synergy for Business Globalization

The Perfect Synergy for Business Globalization

There was once a time in the corporate business world when everyone was expected to always be in the office to perform their day-to-day operations. Work started at 9 AM and ended at 5 PM. This is what they called the “Banker’s Hours.” Over the years, as the Internet was introduced into these corporate worlds, new applications and technologies were developed to adhere the new requirements of the remote workforce revolution. Since the Internet was the backbone for all access technologies, new technologies have emerged to support the high demand for remote access accessibility. New technologies such as Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Global Load Balancing (GLB), VoIP, Video Conferencing, Advanced Networking and more continued to accelerate in development to help smooth the technology transitions and to improve the user experience across global connectivity. The concept of business globalization took place and ruined the idea of the so called “Banker’s Hours”. 

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A smart device doesn’t mean a safe device

A smart device doesn’t mean a safe device

In 2016, the number of smart devices shipped was 60 million. By 2020, this is projected to grow to 31 billion worldwide. While these devices are often marketed as enabling the Smart Home, these devices are finding themselves on enterprise networks. Why should that concern your network security team?  Simple, because smart, unfortunately, doesn’t mean safe.






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Manufacturing Secure Access for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Manufacturing Secure Access for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

In 2017, the manufacturing industry made the largest investment in the Internet of Things (IoT), pouring $183 billion into the technology (IDC). But that’s nothing compared to what the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market is geared up to do. According to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., the global industrial IoT market is expected to reach $933.62 billion by 2025.






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