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OmniSwitch with CodeGuardian protection Enterprise switches are intelligent and can be just as prone to cyberattack as a server can. Why not protect them at the source?
Digital tech usage increasing in healthcare sector, says Aruba Network solutions provider Aruba says it has secured new contracts in the Australian healthcare sector as the use of digital technologies by health providers increases.
HPE and NEC in joint ‘Mobile-First’ networking portfolio play The agreement expands on a multi-year joint development in SDN, and extends the partnership ‘to deliver improved networking options to enterprise customers across key regions’
Wi-Fi at work is expected to be ubiquitous and fast As it becomes ‘expected’ that companies will offer personal Wi-Fi – it is not just any Wi-Fi that will do. Employees are demanding the same…
Allied Telesis fibre-enables Ethernet devices Allied Telesis has launched new pocket sized desktop media converters purpose-built for fibre-enabling workstations, printers and IP phones.
Linksys adds clustering to business Wi-Fi AC access points Clustering adds single configuration, better roaming, automatic channel assignment, and increased reliability.
Cisco introduces first DNA building bricks Cisco's Digital Network Architecture - originally announced earlier this month at the company's Partner Summit in the US - was presented to customers at the…
D-Link high power PoE switches – a good fit for surveillance PoE (Power over Ethernet) is used in business to power desk phones, Wi-Fi access points, intercoms, and increasingly security cameras.
Telstra and Cisco promised 'redefined customer experience' with SDN Telstra has launched its first software-defined networking products for Australian customers, developed with Cisco, that lets businesses instantly deploy and configure services over Telstra’s networks.

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