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ENTERPRISE NEWS: The new Clustered Network instances consist of bare metal servers running an RDMA network on top of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Jason Andersen, Vice-President of Business Line Management for Stratus Technologies, shares his insight on the key success factors for achieving next-gen automation capabilities in legacy environments.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Security has been a constant question since the Russians were shown to have attempted interference in the 2016 general election. It's still an issue in today's midterms.
IoT security vendor Armis has found another set of Bluetooth flaws; this time the issues are in Texas Instruments chips that are used in widely deployed enterprise WiFi access points.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Network performance and data usage information on any network can be used to maximize performance, mitigate security threats and control costs across an entire mobile deployment.
DAILY VIDEO: The DOJ's suit against California deepens the net neutrality quagmire, and Xilinx puts FPGAs into accelerator cards for data centers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In one corner, the state of California is enacting a law that a majority of its citizens clearly want, while in the other corner, the U.S. Constitution begs to differ.
DAILY VIDEO: The FCC limits local government's ability to restrict 5G deployment, and Alphabet's Chronicle security business launches VirusTotal Enterprise.
While this “data everywhere” philosophy is great for efficiency, it’s devastating to traditional security models because they fail to protect data, especially when both the user and the data are beyond the security perimeter.
In a series of reports and orders, the Federal Communications Commission has imposed strict deadlines, limited costs and placed restrictions on aesthetic limitations for small cell facilities.
Digital protection platform maker ZeroFOX helps eWEEK provide a look at the most prominent social media threats plaguing users today and ways to defend against each.