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IoT in the shadows

Gary Cox at Infoblox explores the troubling rise of Shadow IoT - and how to detect it

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Moving recovery to the cloud

Dave Packer at Druva makes the case for moving data management to the cloud to support SaaS

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The server threat exposed

Paul Murray at Sophos considers server-specific threats and possible responses

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Cybersecurity predictions for 2019

David Barker at 4D Data Centres considers what 2019 has in store for businesses from a security standpoint

Extreme Networks helps ArcelorMittal improve IT performance across Europe

World's leading steel manufacturing and mining company selects Extreme for digital transformation

Half of school computers could be open to cyber-attack in January 2020

New analysis from RM Education highlights the security risks posed by Microsoft discontinuing support for Windows 7


Ominous clouds

How building the network team into the cloud will improve business outcomes

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The currency threat

Fabian Libeau at RiskIQ discusses the vulnerabilities of the cryptocurrency landscape

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The intelligence network

James Hatch at BAE Systems introduces a new way to collaborate on cyber defence trends

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Network Computing Awards 2018: The Winners!

The results of the 2018 Network Computing Awards were revealed at an evening ceremony at the Radisson Blu Edwardian in March. Below we profile some of this year’s winners:

New Product of the Year 2018 - Software and Services Category

Winner: Check Point Software Technologies - Check Point Infinity
Runner-up: Natterbox AVS

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The Inspiration Award 2018

Winner: Andy Hirst IEng, MIET, CDCDP, ATD - Technical Director, Sudlows
Runner-up: Ian Moyse

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The 'One To Watch' Company 2018

Winner: Endace
Runner-up: Algosec

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Welcome to the January 2019 Newsletter.

New year, new awards! We’re pleased to announce that nominations for the 2019 Network Computing Awards are now open. You now have until February 15th to make your nominations for the companies, products, people and services that you believe have proved most worthy of recognition over the past twelve months.

For the 2019 awards Ray Smyth, editor of Network Computing Magazine, has created three new categories to better reflect and recognise our ever-evolving industry. These new categories are the Editor’s Innovation Award, the Customer Choice Award, and the Artificial Intelligence: Best Deployment or Solution Award. All three of these categories will be judged by Ray himself. Details on how to submit for these new categories and the requirements for doing so are outlined on the Network Computing Awards website.

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