Juniper Networks has unveiled an ambitious plan to dominate the market for securing and managing mobile devices with the launch of the Junos Pulse Mobile Security Suite.
on 10/27/2010 – Made popular on 10/27/2010
Aruba Networks (NASDAQ: ARUN) is hoping to make the process of managing mobile devices in the workplace much easier with the introduction of WorkSpace, a platform that combines mobile device management (MDM) and mobile applications management (MAM) with network access control to simplify and better secure the onslaught of personal devices connecting to cor
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Mobile networks use NAT for giving dynamic IP addresses to its mobile device users who connect to the internet.
Technology in the network security space has been through many dramatic changes recently. New mobile operating systems, growing use of personal devices and SaaS (software-as-a-service) delivery make securing the network a growing challenge.
Enhancements in the network infrastructure that connect devices within or across the network make all these developments possible.
Today, T-Mobile and the Lookout team have announced a partnership to bring customers an alternative mobile security solution. Lookout’s Automatic App Security will come pre-loaded on select devices this year on T-Mobile and is expected on most Android devices in 2013, securing smartphones and tablets right out of the box for free.
The second you turn on your T-Mobile Android device that has this
Juniper has unveiled the fruits of its four year $US100m R&D Stratus project to develop a new single tier architecture for data centre networks, claiming not only that it enables massively increased efficiencies and lower costs but that it will usher in huge increases in available computing power by removing the limitations on multiple computer networks imposed by present day network topologie
Changes at Nokia, as well as a fresh influx of cash from the sale of its mobile device business unit to Microsoft, may see the company known mostly for its mobile phone devices looking to merge with or acquire another company to build out its mobility infrastructure in the face of the software-defined networking (SDN) trend.