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  1. 095 – The Next Revolution: Networking at the Edge

    095 – The Next Revolution: Networking at the Edge

    IT infrastructure has broken through. It’s no longer in an on-premises walled garden—data, applications, and hardware can live anywhere. That means new opportunities for business, but it also brings new challenges, especially when it comes to tying all these newly-disparate pieces together. T… Read More

  2. Executive Q&A With Ananda Networks: Security Needs a Makeover

    Executive Q&A With Ananda Networks: Security Needs a Makeover

    Information security has been an issue ever since two computers were first joined together to share data. And now that most of the computers on the planet are networked—computers in this sense being anything from an IBM Z mainframe to an Apple Watch—security has become more important, and more c… Read More

  3. Putting IT Vendors In the Spotlight

    Putting IT Vendors In the Spotlight

    In December 2020, ActualTech Media undertook a new project: a “Spotlight Series” of videos that provides a chance to get to know a particular IT vendor and what their product does. The Spotlight Series started life as “RoadCast,” which had the same goal, but the videos were done in person… Read More

  4. Deep Instinct: Cybersecurity Through Deep Learning

    Ransomware. Viruses. Malware. Zero-day attacks. The threats to your company’s systems and data are growing, and the bad guys are getting better at evading detection. The solution? To be smarter than they are. Deep Instinct does that by applying “deep learning” to cybersecurity, using advanc… Read More

  5. Customized Kubernetes with Spectro Cloud

    It’s not exactly breaking news to say that Kubernetes is hard. And the more complex your environment—both on- and off-premises—the more difficult it is to deploy and manage. Spectro Cloud understands this, and also recognizes that your environment is unique to your business. That means a on… Read More

  6. Render Wants To ‘Make DevOps Go Away’

    When Anurag Goel, CEO of Render, says that his company’s goal is to “make DevOps go away,” what does he mean? As he tells ActualTech Media Partner James Green in this Spotlight Series video chat, he means that there should be as little friction as possible between the developer and the depl… Read More

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