edge

October 11, 2016

THREAT RESEARCH

Microsoft Patch Tuesday – October 2016

Patch Tuesday has once again arrived! Microsoft’s monthly release of security bulletins to address vulnerabilities provides fixes for 37 newly disclosed security flaws. Today’s release sees a total of 10 bulletins with five of the bulletins rated critical, addressing vulnerabilities in Edge, Graphics Component, Internet Explorer, Video Control, and Adobe Flash Player. Four bulletins are […]

It’s Time to Talk Industry Collaboration, Not Just Data

How "collaboration, collaboration, collaboration" leads to better decision making.

January 7, 2015

DATA CENTER

How To Gain an Edge by Taking Data Analytics to the Edge

In Part 1 of this blog series, I talked about how data integration provides a critical foundation for capturing actionable insights that generate improved outcomes. Now, in Part 2, I’ll focus on the two other challenges that must be met to extract value from data: 1) automating the collection of data, and 2) analyzing the […]

September 24, 2014

SMALL BUSINESS

A Partner Experience with the new Cisco WAP371 802.11ac Wireless Access Point

Hello all, Hello all, I trust everyone’s week is going well. Today we get to hear from Michiel Beenen, the founder of TechConnect, based in the Netherlands. Michiel recently heard about the new Cisco WAP371 and wanted to see if this new 802.11ac wireless access point hit the mark. He has already deployed the WAP321 […]

June 2, 2014

SECURITY

Attack Analysis with a Fast Graph

This post is co-authored by Martin Lee, Armin Pelkmann, and Preetham Raghunanda. Cyber security analysts tend to redundantly perform the same attack queries with different input data. Unfortunately, the search for useful meta-data correlation across proprietary and open source data sets may be laborious and time consuming with relational databases as multiple tables are joined, […]

March 21, 2014

OPEN AT CISCO

The Three Mega Trends in Cloud and IoT

A consequence of the Moore Nielsen prediction is the phenomenon known as Data Gravity: big data is hard to move around, much easier for the smaller applications to come to it. Consider this: it took mankind over 2000 years to produce 2 Exabytes (2×1018 bytes) of data until 2012; now we produce this much in […]