The new Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms strengthen Cisco’s overall WAN edge proposition, including its competitiveness in the SD-WAN and the emerging SASE segments. Due to the timeliness of the launch, Cisco has an immediate portfolio response to Juniper’s auspicious $450 million acquisition of 128 Technology. Now all of Cisco’s rivals will need to directly counter the Catalyst 8000 Edge Platform’s ability to provide application and network visibility as well as secure connectivity to applications across the continuum of cloud, data center, and edge in WAN environments or risk losing ground in the SD-WAN and SASE realms.
At this year’s Splunk .Conf 2020, CEO Doug Merritt delivered a vision for the company that included 3 major transformations for the company.
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After COVID-19 hit, many companies including Google made massive cuts to their marketing budgets, but a comeback is underway and tech companies are leading the way through investment and a focus on investing in their customers.
Google announces Google Tables for automated work tracking. Work tracking proves to be a hot topic last week as Microsoft announces Workplace Analytics for its Microsoft Teams at its Ignite Event as well.
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Qualcomm investors are underestimating the impact of the chip maker’s legal victory, but Qualcomm is in a great position to deliver the returns investors have long been looking for.
If you’re still looking for ways to boost employee engagement in your idea management program, we have three easy ways to generate fresh discussion and new creativity.
HPE Financial Services has donated 300 laptops to nonprofit Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH). This donation will help provide continuity, facilitate remote learning, and provide new opportunities for the organization and the young people served by BHGH, and nicely personifies HPE’s commitment to the principle of Circular Economy.
Xoogler School, a virtual tech school offering run by a group of ex-Google employees, caught my eye this week. Named after Google shorthand for former employees, Xoogler’s virtual tech offering is an eight-week course that will let students learn from a wide variety of folks who have spent time in the trenches at Google, arguably one of Silicon Valley’s most sought-after tech companies to work for. If you’ve got a college student weighing his or her options as it relates to college this fall, especially if he or she is interested in the technology space, it’s probably worth checking this out. Note that early applications are being accepted now.