So I work at HQ for a large company that shall remain nameless. We use Zscaler and I had to roll out a 2048 cert per zscaler's request. People around me at work dont understand the technology and think that the cert's are what is allowing internet connectivity.
Internet security provider Zscaler has expanded its Technology Partner Program, announced in tandem with the release of the company’s Fall 2014 Internet security and compliance platform, which promises to provide new ways to protect end users from security risks.
The recent release of the Firesheep plug-in for Firefox re-opened the issues of cookie-based session management in unprotected wireless networks. Hint - it's not a good idea. Today, cloud security vendor Zscaler releases a free plug-in to combat the threat.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesBendigo Community Telco - a telecoms service provider focussed on businesses in regional Australia - has launched a free backup service for its infrastructure as a service customers, based on the CommVault Simpana 9 data management platform.
An update to Adtran’s (NASDAQ: ADTN) Bluesocket virtual Wireless LAN (vWLAN) solution enables VARs and MSPs to offer users a virtualized, cloud-based WLAN service by housing the hardware controller at the service provider’s network operating center (NOC) rather than onsite, while the data sessions remain at the customer’s LAN.
Here’s the opportunity for channel partners: Adtran’s hook is that a wi
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: TechnologyTelstra has launched a hosted contact centre service using technology from market leader Genesys. Meanwhile, its international arm is offering -outside Australia a cloud-based contact centre service using technology from Australian company IPscape in which Telstra is an investor.
US based cloud services provider, Virtela, has launched what it claims to be the first global cloud-based mobile device management service, enabling enterprises to secure and manage Apple iOS, Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian devices, whether employee or enterprise owned.
Featured | Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: Cloud ServicesCompetition in the Australian market for cloud-based contact centre services is set to intensify with local player, Engage, to be acquired by US-based LivePerson, a $US157m per year company with over 8000 customers including IBM. HP and Microsoft.