On today’s Network Break we dive into Google’s self-inflicted outage, examine Apple’s new HomeKit partnerships and Sign In, discuss the IEEE’s reversal on Huawei, and parse other IT and tech news bits.
Today’s Network Break podcast examines the latest twists in the Huawei vs. USA battle, speculates on China’s threat to ban Windows from military computers, explores a new telemetry feature from Mellanox, discusses Google’s moves to deprecate ad-blocking features in Chrome, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break dives into the ongoing battle of U.S. vs. Huawei, discusses DNS research from RIPE 78, explores new switch capabilities and telemetry from Mellanox, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break tackles a string of vulnerabilities from Microsoft, Cisco, and Intel. We also look at a new 400G switch from Arista, an IoT security announcement from Extreme, Cisco financial results, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break explores why Microsoft is adding a Linux kernel to Windows, examines a new SD-WAN colo option from Cisco, discusses a new offering from VMware and Dell EMC that lets you get infrastructure on premises but pay for it like the cloud, plus more tech news and a couple of follow-ups.
Today on Network Break we dive in the deluge of products announced at Dell EMC World, discuss new Wi-Fi 6 gear from Cisco, explore Cumulus’s latest version of its NetQ switch management software, and tackle even more tech news. It’s a bonanza episode so pack a few extra virtual donuts.
Today’s Network Break examines Apple’s AWS spending; discusses a G7 pronouncement that wants Internet companies to provide access to encrypted data; reviews quarterly financials from Juniper, Amazon, and Microsoft; and more IT news.
Today’s Network Break examines a $65 million investment in CloudGenix and what it says about the SD-WAN market, a new cloud-based packet processor from Nubeva, why Apple settled with Qualcomm just before trial, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break issues a few corrections, and then delves into hybrid cloud news from Google and Cisco, examines a new SD-WAN service from Juniper, discusses Sungard’s bankruptcy, and other tech news.
On today’s Network Break we examine new product announcements from Aruba and Intel, discuss Amazon’s plans to launch broadband satellites, analyze Kemp Technologies’ acquisition by a private equity company, and more tech news.
Take a Network Break. This week we analyze how ASUS got spanked by clever attackers, lazy software patching from Cisco and Huawei, a new venture firm funded by Cisco to spur enterprise startups, the latest release of OpenDaylight, and more IT news.
Today’s Network Break looks at Facebook’s plaintext password blunder, Nokia’s new investment in the IETF, the potential impact of Google’s gaming service on broadband, new products from VMware and Dell EMC, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break discusses new Facebook switches released through the Open Compute Project, examines two significant acquisitions–F5 buying NGINX and NVIDIA ponying up for Mellanox–and reviews more tech and IT news.
Today’s Network Break analyzes Juniper’s $405 billion purchase of WiFi vendor Mist Systems, discusses VMware’s new service-defined firewall, digs into the launch of a new security analytics service, opines on Huawei’s lawsuit against the U.S., plus more tech news.
Today’s Network Break examines a ETS, a proposed alternative to TLS 1.3 that enables decryption, looks at ICAAN’s call for DNSSEC everywhere, discusses new products from startups Volta Networks and Veriflow, and much more tech news.
Today’s Network Break examines Google’s new hybrid cloud beta release, Palo Alto’s acquisition of security orchestrator Demisto, research by Duo Security on Chrome browser extensions, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break covers a brand new network OS from SnapRoute, new features in VMware’s SD-WAN appliances, Carbonite’s acquisition of Webroot, Cisco and Arista financial results, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break podcast analyzes Cisco’s call for privacy legislation and CEO Chuck Robbins’ assertion that privacy is a human right. We also dive into VMware’s revamped recertification policy, a new Sprint/Meraki partnership, tactical Azure Stack hardware, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break analyzes a slew of Cisco Live announcements including ACI Anywhere and HyperFlex for edge deployments, Huawei’s run-ins with U.S. prosecutors, financial results from Juniper Networks and Mellanox, and more tech news.
Today’s Network Break examines a US Homeland Security advisory on DNS tampering, covers 400G switching news from Arrcus and Huawei, analyzes financial results from Intel and F5, and more. Plus stay tuned for a sponsored Tech Bytes conversation with Nubeva about its cloud packet broker.
Today’s Network Break analyzes a new AWS backup service, Rubrik’s latest infusion of VC cash, whether the tech sector has reached its natural growth limit and what that means for how tech companies are valued, a Juniper/IBM deal, and more.
Today’s Network Break podcast forecasts 2019 IT trends, analyzes new industry reports on IT spending, reviews the continuing fallout from Ericsson’s outage, detects a bit of consumer backlash against gadget surveillance and more tech news analysis.
Happy new year! Today’s Network Break episode analyzes key themes and tech trends from 2018, and looks ahead on what might influence and affect IT and tech in 2019. Ethan Banks joins as guest prognosticator.
On today’s Network Break we analyze Dell’s move back onto the public market, Arista’s partnerships for container networking, startup funding, new products, and more of what’s happening in IT.
Today’s Network Break podcast analyzes the latest rounds of trouble for Huawei, new silicon from Barefoot Networks, two service mesh announcements from F5 and VMware, and more. Denise Donohue joins as guest analyst.