Another brick in the wall

As remote working becomes more commonplace in the workforce, security at all ends of the network infrastructure needs to be addressed, reports Fiona Alston.

1st July, 2018
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It’s a tricky business keeping employees online and available no matter where in the world they are. Networks are moving from what we’d know as hardware to cloud-based solutions, but, as with all things in life, compatibility is key so there is always a grey area.

“Networks are becoming software defined so it’s all software rather than hardware,” said Catherine Doyle, enterprise director of Dell EMC Ireland. “We’re finding that initially,...

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