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Verizon expands security portfolio with new solutions to combat cybercrime
"Now, more than ever, organisations need to be thinking differently about security, and leveraging cutting edge technology to help mitigate against cybercrime."
Verizon unveils three new security solutions in expanded suite
“Now, more than ever, organisations need to be thinking differently about security, and leveraging cutting edge technology to help mitigate against cybercrime.”
Security survey: The internet’s for porn… and gaming
"As well as being inappropriate use of a work device, these sites are more likely to harbour malware or other malicious threats that lead to a compromise."
Verizon unveils new managing director for APAC
"He has extensive experience in driving channel, vertical market and platform sales, coupled with expertise in DX, business integration and cyber security."
Antivirus would have saved these businesses $71 billion in 2019
Malware threats represent huge financial costs for businesses.
Verizon rolls out new field service management solution
“Verizon Connect Field Service Dispatch provides a simplified approach to managing drivers, technicians and jobs. This enables customers to streamline business processes, efficiently schedule jobs and improve customer service - all from one pane of glass.”
Lack of PCI DSS compliance putting payment security at risk
Organisations across Asia Pacific are demonstrating stronger payments security compliance compared to other parts of the world, however global trends indicate that payments security compliance has dropped for the second year in a row.
Verizon Connect simplifies dispatching, scheduling and job management with new solution
Verizon Connect Field Service Dispatch works with the Verizon Connect Reveal platform to combine both vehicle location data and technician status.
Enterprise incident response plans suffer from neglect – Verizon study
Incident response plans may be a useful part of cyber-preparedness, but they’re of little use if security teams don’t review, test or update those plans on a regular basis.
Verizon enables private IP network connectivity
Verizon is aiming to increase connectivity between organisations with a private IP network to more than 100 data centers worldwide.
Mobile resource management: A vital link between the office and mobile workers
MRM gives the organisation the insight, agility and customer feedback to break down organisational or departmental silos and become more efficient.
Verizon makes major step towards Multi-Access Edge Compute
In a trial environment in California, the wireless provider achieved full virtualisation of baseband functions.
Four key ways IoT can optimise the supply chain
Organisations must ensure they align IoT use with the overall strategy to ensure they deliver continuity and overall business growth.
Verizon to provide integrated connectivity for Microsoft Teams users
Microsoft Teams is a unified communications platform that combines persistent workplace chat, video meetings, file storage and application integration.
Verizon report spotlights mitigating insider threats
Companies are too often hesitant to recognise, report or take action against employees who have become a threat to their organisation.
Verizon adds Alibaba Cloud to its Secure Cloud Interconnect ecosystem
Verizon has expanded Secure Cloud Interconnect to allow its customers to privately connect to Alibaba Cloud.
O-RAN Alliance and Linux to create an open source software community
“Our joint efforts will help accelerate the creation, integration, and deployment of open source in RAN.”
Samsung, Qualcomm and Verizon demonstrate 5G NR data connection
The test used Samsung’s commercial 5G NR and 4G LTE equipment to deliver the 5G NR data transmission using Verizon’s 28 GHz spectrum.
Verizon Enterprise’s seven global IT trends for 2019
The tech giant has released its own perspective on what IT professionals should be looking at to stay ahead of the global curve.
Digital customer experience is nothing without a human touch
"Businesses cannot neglect the fact that on the other side of each transaction is a human being. And for some interactions, the most effective way to help a human being is with another."
Retrofit or replace: Four scenarios for optimising cooling systems
In virtually every situation, retrofitting or replacing data centre cooling systems makes financial sense.
Verizon and Ericsson prepare for 5G launch
Ericsson announced that the company has increased its U.S. footprint by expanding its partnership with Verizon.
AT&T offloads 31 data centers to trim $1.1b off colossal debt
The giant telco reportedly has $189 billion of debt, and the data center sale (18 in the US and 13 international) is a move to reduce that.
Thinking beyond the box: Why software-defined networks are the future
Enterprises are constantly under pressure to innovate, scale and deploy new services at speed all while trying to ensure costs remain low.