Tag Archives: Networks

Riverbed Federal Lead Davis Johnson on Continuous Monitoring Trends & How Agencies Can Understand Their IT Assets

Davis Johnson joined application and network services provider Riverbed Technology in April 2015 as vice president of a U.S. public sector business that works with government agencies that want new tools to manage network performance in their enterprise. Founded in 2002, San Francisco-headquartered Riverbed is known in the technology sector as the …

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Dell, Software AG Introduce IoT Edge Analytics Offering for Enterprises; Jason Shepherd Comments

Dell and Software AG have launched an Internet of Things architecture offering intended to help enterprise customers analyze real-time data from networks, devices and sensors. The integrated offering combines Dell’s Edge Gateway 5000 Series and an embedded version of Software AG’s Apama Streaming Analytics to support real-time analytics at the edge of …

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FireEye’s Travis Rosiek: IT ‘Fragmentation’ Strategy Can Impede Govt Cybersecurity Readiness

Travis Rosiek, chief technology officer at FireEye‘s federal division, has told Carahsoft in an interview published Wednesday he believes fragmented and complex networks at agencies affect their efforts to adopt cybersecurity technology. Rosiek added that policy, budget, acquisition and human resource management gaps in the government has prevented agencies from implementing cyber readiness strategies. He has identified …

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Ed Morche on Level 3’s Growth During Sequestration, Bringing Commercial Solutions into Government & the Benefits of a ‘Shared First’ Approach

Ed Morche leads Level 3 Communications‘ government markets group as its senior vice president and general manager, leading all functional activities in support of the firm’s civilian, defense, intelligence and other customers. In that role, the more-than-20-year telecommunications veteran also sets strategic direction for the firm’s capture strategy for government …

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HP Chief Technologist David Chalmers on Public Sector Big Data and Networking

David Chalmers, vice president and chief technologist of enterprise group at Hewlett Packard, recently spoke at an HP conference in Barcelona, Spain about the ways big data and networking solutions have helped different governments keep up with technological innovation, ITProPortal.com reported Thursday. Paul Cooper writes Chalmers mentioned during the HP Discover …

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Cisco Closes $141M Buy of Telecom Net Planning Firm Cariden

Cisco has completed its purchase of privately-held Cariden Technologies Inc. for approximately $141 million in cash and retention-based incentives, Cisco announced Monday. Cariden, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., provides network planning, design and traffic management solutions to telecommunications service providers. Cariden’s team will join Cisco’s service provider networking group and Cisco …

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Noblis Awarded Patent for Network Resiliency System

Noblis has been awarded a patent for a “System and Method for Improving Network Resiliency.” The system was invented by Noblis Senior Fellow David Garbin and Joseph Knepley Jr., and was developed to toughen network infrastructures in environments where  traditional methods frequently fail. The system analyzes the underlying physical characteristics …

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