NetFlow Analyzer is a standalone network traffic monitoring software that uses flow-technologies supported by multiple vendors including Cisco, Juniper, and HP. It provides real-time visibility into the network traffic patterns and bandwidth consumption by interfaces, applications, and hosts.
The cloud landscape is rife with unsafe URLs and inappropriate content. This—coupled with the accelerated adoption of cloud applications in the workplace—has created an urgent need to scrutinize and control the use of these online resources to prevent data theft, exposure, and loss.
2020 has seen a surge in the number of organisations embracing remote work to adapt to the new normal, leading to increased reliance on digital collaborative workspaces like Microsoft Teams. As organisations migrate critical business processes to such digital workspaces, IT service management teams need to leverage these platforms as channels for delivering IT and enterprise support.
Managed service providers (MSPs) typically might run into a variety of network issues in a client’s network, and they address them without compromising the performance of other client networks. This requires visibility into multi-client networks, and good sense in decision-making.
Organisations today are challenged by an increased exposure to cyber threats. Attackers often target emerging technologies since the new technology is often ill-equipped to handle an attack. Moreover, the internet has become filled with malicious links, Trojans, and viruses.
One significant IT trend that is floating around and you have most likely heard of is the cloud. It has recently become a common concept in the IT office. So, what exactly is the cloud? It is an IT environment that extracts, stores, and shares scalable resources across a network.
Securing access to business resources has always been of high priority for admins and IT teams. In the wake of the pandemic, workforces are more distributed than ever before, and 76 percent of global office workers state that they would like to work from home even when the pandemic is over.
The Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act puts South Africa’s data regulation standards on par with existing data protection laws around the world. It aims to protect personally identifiable information (PII), enforce individuals’ rights to privacy, and provide guidelines for lawfully processing sensitive information and notifying regulators and data holders in the event of a breach.
Leverage Device Control Plus to secure Mac endpoints and prevent data breaches via peripheral devices
With more than 1.4 billion devices in use, Apple has become a household name in technology. Anyone who is familiar with the Apple ecosystem will commend the functionality and interoperability of Apple devices.
The past decade has witnessed many organisations adapting to a digital workspace, replacing the traditional physical offices setups with virtual workplaces encompassing all the technologies that employees require to get their work done.