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.
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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