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Bharti Airtel, India’s leading telecommunications services provider has contracted Aviat Networks Ltd. for wireless multiband radio solutions. Aviat Networks is a global innovator in microwave business and a leading expert in wireless transport solutions based out of Austin, Texas.
LogRhythm, the company helping busy and lean security operation teams save the day, announced its technology integration with Gigamon, the leading deep observability company. LogRhythm and Gigamon are working together to help organizations around the globe increase visibility and protect against modern cyberattacks.
Kaspersky launches a new Online Cybersecurity Training for ‘Mobile Malware Reverse Engineering’ Experts
Developed by Kaspersky experts, the company’s new ‘Mobile Malware Reverse Engineering’ course helps upgrade any security team’s ability to counter various cyber threats caused for business by smartphones. The new learning program helps to develop such skills as Android dynamic instrumentation and Ghidra native binaries reverse engineering.
Veeam Software, the leader in backup, recovery and data management solutions that deliver Modern Data Protection, has partnered with Lenovo on the NEW Lenovo TruScale Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) solution. As the first data protection solution added to TruScale, Veeam will provide Lenovo users with ‘pay as you go’ BaaS via Lenovo’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform.
The last two years accelerated Information Technology (IT) trends that were already underway: rapid increase in the adoption of cloud, multi-cloud, and internet of things (IoT); a smarter edge for use cases such as modern retail, healthcare, and manufacturing; and a distributed workforce, where employees can be anywhere. Software-defined (SD) WAN technology eliminates the traditional WAN connectivity challenges associated with distributed enterprise applications and IoT devices that held back this acceleration.