The disruption of 2020 spurred IT change and modernization in the government sector that would have otherwise taken years or possibly decades to achieve, especially related to networks and applications. A sudden and total shift to remote work sites forced most government agencies to accelerate moving applications to the cloud and rethinking their network architecture […]
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83% of Enterprise Workloads Are Now in the Cloud. Can Your Network Keep Up?
A recent survey from LogicMonitor found that 83% of enterprise workloads are now in the cloud. The proliferation of cloud software, coupled with the disruption of 2020, has made the message loud and clear for organizations: digitize or die. But what about the network infrastructure underneath? Cloud has irrevocably changed how network infrastructure and services […]
Edge to Cloud Network Monitoring with Unitas Atlas™
Your network infrastructure is the cornerstone of your business. It’s what keeps your organization running, enabling communication between users, services, applications, and devices. With so much at stake, it’s vital to keep a close eye on all aspects of your cloud as well as network infrastructure. Monitoring tools or platforms need to be technology-neutral […]
Internet DDoS Defense
The global health situation of 2020 that forced much of the population into remote working situations changed the threat landscape. According to Fintech News, “80% of firms have seen an increase in cyber-attacks” this year. DDoS—distributed denial-of-service—attacks are among them. It’s an asymmetrical war where $30 attacks can cost companies thousands or be a smokescreen […]
What is a CMC (aka NOC)? Build Your Own or Outsource?
The enterprise often asks us if they should build their own Cloud Management Center (known more commonly in the industry as a NOC), or if they should outsource the build to a managed service provider. The answer to that question depends on several factors. But, before we dive in, it’s important to understand exactly what […]
vCISO: What It Is and How You Benefit
Cybercrime is constantly increasing in sophistication, requiring an equally sophisticated team to combat it. To supplement the skills of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), some organizations decide to bring in a CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) to lead the security strategy. The CISO is often responsible for the security of […]