Here’s the 6 hottest topics from Teneo this month in the March 2018 Conversation Spark:
4 Common mistakes when starting an SD-WAN project
We’ve pooled together our years of SD-WAN knowledge and experience to bring you the top 4 mistakes we’ve seen others make when starting an SD-WAN project. Our objective isn’t to gloat in any way, but to pass the learning points on so that others may avoid such pitfalls in future!
The next disruptive thing in the Cybersecurity space according to Nir Zuk
Last week at Palo Alto Networks’ first London Cybersecurity Summit, renowned disruptor Nir Zuk, CTO of Palo Alto Networks, told the audience that the Cybersecurity market is ready for another disruption. Why? SOC’s are now fighting machines not people, delivering innovation is becoming cost-prohibitive, and security tools are becoming too difficult to consume. How? The Palo Alto Networks Application Framework.
Riverbed gets a new identity
Network and application performance are intertwined with the success of digital business so Riverbed’s new brand identity as “The Digital Performance Company” reflects its relevance in today’s digital world. The Riverbed Digital Performance Platform combines a portfolio of Digital Experience, Cloud Networking and Cloud Edge solutions, enabling organizations to “Rethink Possible”.
SD-WAN aaS Webinar
For Networking teams with ambitious plans but tight IT budgets and resources, SD-WAN presents a practical way to achieve agility, performance and centralized management. But before you get too excited, SD-WAN’s still new, it comes with many options and it’s not as simple to deploy as the market hype suggests. Find out how we can help on this short webinar.
We’ve partnered up with Corelight
Teneo has recently partnered with Corelight the enterprise-grade version of Bro, to provide network and security teams with better data and help incident responders work more quickly and effectively. Their technology is very complementary to Gigamon and Splunk.
How to speed up security tool deployment
Performing continual security tool evaluations and proofs of concept can be taxing on security teams. Security delivery platforms can greatly simplify the process.