Why Aruba Focuses on SD-Branch and SD-WAN

Have you heard about all of @ArubaNetworks ‘s announcements at #HPEDiscover? Learn more about #ArubaCentral and #HPEGreenlake for Aruba in this @ZDNet article!

In this TMCNet blog, Aruba’s focus on SD-Branch and SD-WAn is detailed alongside an interview with Jeff Olson.

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Zoom issues an apology for privacy and security issues, will enact a feature freeze to focus on fixes

Zoom has been in the headlines a lot recently — and not always for the reasons the company might have wanted. Thrust into the spotlight due to massively increased usage during the coronavirus pandemic, Zoom has been plagued with numerous security and privacy issues.

Tech event calendar 2020: Upcoming shows, conferences and IT expos

This sortable chart offers information, dates and locations for a variety of IT-focused events coming up over the next year.

Technology conferences makes it easy to find events coming to a convention center near you and those worth traveling to

2020 events

Genetec launches security center solution for Airports

Genetec’s solution would help in security operations and ground personnel to optimize terminal operations

Genetec, the security company announced Security Center for Airports, a new solution designed to help airports enhance security and airport terminal operations.

Now available, Security Center for Airports enables security managers, control room operators, terminal and ground handling staff as well as passenger experience managers to work together using a single unified product.

Malwarebytes found that Macs faced more malware attacks than Windows PCs in 2019

Most of the malware attacks faced by Mac users were found to be adware

Apple’s Macintosh systems were prided for one things and that was security or at least it was until last year.

A report from Malwarebytes, developer of anti-malware software for Windows and macOS sytems, found that Macs faced more malware threats as compared to Windows PCs last year.


Samsung launches the Galaxy Z Slip

Samsung’s first foldable glass display, seems to be better than Motorola’s Razr

Samsung Electronics unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip, a new foldable smartphone and their second foldable overall.

The Galaxy Z flip features a 6.7-inch display that folds into a compact form factor. Designed with what they call a Hideaway Hinge and custom-built UX, the Galaxy Z Flip comes with a new UI to capture, share and experience content.

Which Aruba Instant On AP Makes the Most Sense for Your Business?

Small businesses come in many flavors. To best meet your business Wi-Fi needs, Aruba offers five Aruba Instant On access points (APs) to satisfy a variety of the ways and places Wi-Fi is used. The trick is to decide which model to use and when.

Here is a little guidance to help you choose.

1. Are you a small business?

Aruba Instant On APs are intended for smaller businesses and locations that range from 1 to 99 users. It doesn’t matter what type of business or site.