Cisco fixes vulnerabilities in its Cisco Discovery Protocol that could let remote attackers take over products without any user interaction.
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If anyone was still wondering how serious IBM is about being a major cloud player that question has been resoundly answered.
Cisco is looking to better protect myriad edge-attached IoT devices with new security software that promises to protect industrial assets.
Cisco will offer a Kubernetes-based “container-as-a-service” for its HyperFlex hyperconverged infrastructure environment.
Cisco software promises better end-to-end visibility of the IT infrastructure, including cloud, device, security, network, compute and apps.
Cisco and IBM have partnered to offer managed private cloud-as-a-service for VMware and IBM/RedHat OpenShift environments.
The warning about Cisco Firepower management software is rated critical among 26 other less urgent security advisories it issued.
Nyansa technology will be targeted at boosting monitoring and troubleshooting for LAN/WAN deployments within VMware's SD-WAN package.
Additions to Cisco's Data Centre Network Assurance and Insights suite of software can detect problems in network switch fabric.
Aruba has taken steps to bolster the security and manageability of its branch-office networking package for customers with lots of branch sites.
Cisco warns of vulnerabilities that can let attackers issue arbitrary actions with administrative permissions.
Cisco exec says SD-WAN, Wi-Fi 6, multi-domain control, virtual networking and the evolving role of network engineers will be big in 2020.
Cisco continues to build up its internal electronics tools by acquiring Field Programmable Gate Array technology designer Exablaze.
Cisco rolls out its Silicon One plan, 8000 Series carrier-class routers and aims at selling chips to whitebox or hyperscale developers.
From SD-WAN and cloud interconnection to security, the edge will be one active place in 2020.