Intent Based Campus Fabrics With Software Defined Access

January 7, 2019

The first and most significant difference is automation and orchestration. Traditionally a LAN implementation, for example, would require low-level configuration of each and every device that comprises the LAN, which can be a laborious process, and it also means that any subsequent changes need to be made to each device.

Spotlight

hundsun

Hang Seng Electronics Co., Ltd. in February 1995 by the eight engineers founded in December 2003 in the Shanghai Stock Exchange main board listed (code 600570), China's leading financial software and network service providers, business scope includes securities, funds , futures, banking, trust, insurance, treasury management, communications, e-commerce. The company is headquartered in Hangzhou, 28 major cities in the country with branches or offices in Japan, the United States, Hong Kong has a branched structure.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
news image

How Data Can Help Us Get Back to School Safely

whitePaper | August 18, 2020

This year, back to school for college students means more than just buying supplies, finding the right dorm and making sure to get into the proper classes. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the annual fall ritual into one where campuses need to make sure they are safe from infection while providing a healthy environment for learning, growth and community.

Read More
news image

TOP 5 REASONS TO PUT PRIVILEGE FIRST

whitePaper | July 20, 2020

Privileged access is the gateway to an organization’s most valuable assets and is at the core of nearly every major security breach. Organizations must have a strategy in place to manage and monitor privileged access, as well as detect and respond to threats if they’d like to mitigate risk from today’s advanced attacks. Your application stack and infrastructure is likely quite complex and it can be hard to identify which assets are the most sensitive. And there is a never-ending supply of vendors knocking down your door competing for your time and attention. These two realities make it increasingly difficult to identify which security project to tackle next. When thinking about how to prioritize, it is advantageous to take a step back and think about your businesses goals, albeit in a slightly different way: try to envision what you would be looking for if you were an external attacker or malicious insider looking to steal sensitive data, commit Ransomware, or use your infrastructure for illicit cryptomining.

Read More
news image

Using Cloud-Driven Technology to Help Establish a New Normal

whitePaper | July 31, 2020

The current COVID pandemic has paralyzed large parts of our industry with significant movement limitations, occupancy restrictions, and in some cases complete shutdowns. Now, as the initial threat seems to be subsiding, governments and businesses must determine what is required to get back to some sense of normalcy. The biggest hurdles will be regulatory and/or safety-driven. Although the timelines and requirements for the easing of restrictions vary greatly, there are two common threads: limiting occupancy levels and contact tracing individuals who have tested positive for the virus.

Read More
news image

10 Things You Need to Know About the EU WhitePaper on Artificial Intelligence

whitePaper | March 8, 2020

On February 19, 2020, the European Commission (Commission) published proposals for the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with potentially far-reaching implications both for users and developers worldwide. The proposals are contained in a densely written 26-page “White Paper” which in this alert we distill down to 10 take-away points. The White Paper, together with the other strategy documents published at the same time1, is vital reading for any business which participates in the data economy, and in particular companies that operate across borders.

Read More
news image

5 Brass tacks to achieve compliance with AI and ML

whitePaper | March 1, 2020

The lucrative business of banks selling their customers “financial advice” coupled with financial products has been in the spotlight recently with the events that have shaken up the banking and financial services world. The most notable ones are the investigations of the Royal Commissions into the misconduct of the banking and superannuation industry1 , the misconduct charges of £264 billion fined by EU on the top 20 banks2 , the Wells Fargo fake accounts scandal3 and the nearly 1000 cases of fraud reported to FINRA resulting in a fine of $61 Million in 20184 .

Read More
news image

Take the Intelligent Route to Information that Matters

whitePaper | October 11, 2021

AI forms the bedrock to help organizations unlock business value from the deluge of unstructured information. Improving operational efficiency by extracting structured data from unstructured documents enables organizations with faster and contextrich decision-making to adapt and thrive in the new normal.

Read More

Spotlight

hundsun

Hang Seng Electronics Co., Ltd. in February 1995 by the eight engineers founded in December 2003 in the Shanghai Stock Exchange main board listed (code 600570), China's leading financial software and network service providers, business scope includes securities, funds , futures, banking, trust, insurance, treasury management, communications, e-commerce. The company is headquartered in Hangzhou, 28 major cities in the country with branches or offices in Japan, the United States, Hong Kong has a branched structure.

Events