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22 Aug 2017 Comparing Private and Public Cloud Threat Vectors [65794]
Dark Reading, August 22nd, 2017

"Many companies moving from a private cloud to a cloud service are unaware of increased threats.

Because most companies that have followed relatively traditional IT strategies are now considering putting mission-critical applications and data into the public cloud, it's worth examining the differences in private versus public clouds when it comes to threats that applications and data encounter. When I talk to customers about the differences, I use a metaphor of what's happening onstage versus backstage in these two deployment scenarios..."
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14 Jun 2017 Hothead Games Fuels Business Growth with NetSuite OneWorld [64340]
Oracle, June 14th 2017

Rapid OneWorld Implementation Gives Canadian Mobile Game Developer Operational Efficiency and Scalability

Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit, one of the world's leading providers of cloud-based financials / ERP, HR, Professional Services Automation (PSA) and omnichannel commerce software suites, today announced that Canada-based Hothead Games, one of the top 100 mobile game developers in the world, implemented NetSuite OneWorld to manage its rapidly growing business.

Hothead Games uses NetSuite OneWorld to manage mission-critical business processes including financial consolidation, accounting, purchasing, revenue recognition, multi-currency transactions and multi-country tax compliance. Since going live on NetSuite OneWorld in February 2016 after a rapid two-month implementation, Hothead Games has increased operational efficiency and gained the scalability needed to grow its business.
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22 May 2017 How Software-Defined Networking Is Helping Modernize Data Centers [63726]
eWeek, May 22nd 2017

"As an increasing number of enterprises upgrade their data centers with the latest software and infrastructure, they are looking at technologies such as software-defined networking (SDN) services to move and protect data. At the same time, organizations increasingly are relying on cloud services for hosting mission-critical workloads. Companies adopting a cloud-first approach also must upgrade their networks, which is strategic to harnessing the power of the cloud. In this eWEEK slide show, Verizon Executive Director of Network & Virtual Solutions Victoria Lonker explains how a network upgrade can reap long-term benefits using SDN..."
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11 May 2017 Windstream Wholesale's nationwide high-capacity, long-haul network joins Switch CONNECT portfolio [63369]
Windstream, May 11th 2017

Windstream, a leading provider of advanced network communications, announced today that Switch, the technology infrastructure ecosystem corporation, has added Windstream to the diverse Switch CONNECT portfolio of carriers. Windstream Wholesale will provide additional high-capacity transport connectivity between three rapidly growing Switch data center campus locations in Las Vegas, Nev. (The Core Campus), Tahoe Reno, Nev. (The Citadel Campus), and Grand Rapids, Mich. (The Pyramid Campus).

"Adding Windstream Wholesale to Switch CONNECT and leveraging their significant, rapidly expanding national on-net footprint gives our customers great high-speed connectivity options to securely access our superscale campus locations across the U.S., as well as any location within the Windstream footprint," said Scott Gutierrez, senior vice president of Connectivity Sales at Switch. "During implementation, the Windstream Wholesale team performed exceptionally well in meeting timelines and collaborating with us to get things done with the same mission-critical mindset we have at Switch."
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07 May 2017 The Future Of Wi-Fi: The Best Is Yet To Come [62972]
Network World, April 24th 2017

It's been "20 years since the first Wi-Fi standard, the technology is poised for a surge of innovation," writes Craig Mathias in Network World.

"With today's gigabit-plus speeds, broad features and capabilities, and impressive price/performance, one might assume that we're approaching the time when we can close the wireless LAN patent office.

And yet a remarkably high level of activity continues in numerous dimensions of Wi-Fi technologies, including new physical layers, advances within the IEEE 802.11 Working Group, at Wi-Fi Alliance, and in a broad range of applications, from mission-critical real-time enterprise requirements to the Internet of Things..."
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