Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Ingate Updates SIParator/Firewall Portfolio

Skype for Business preview adds support for massive meetings, cloud-based phone administration | Microsoft hands some of the reins for its display ad business to AOL

Network World Convergence and VoIP

Ingate Updates SIParator/Firewall Portfolio
Ingate Systems has upgraded its portfolio with enhancements to its SIParator/Firewall hardware and software line of Enterprise Session Border Controllers (E-SBCs). These updates are designed to offer new functionality and support growth, and are accompanied with a new licensing and pricing structure intended to simplify product selection. Read More


WHITE PAPER: Citrix Systems

A Powerful Defense Against Denial of Service Attacks
This white paper examines the current DoS landscape and discusses common approaches for dealing with the modern DoS threat. It explains how the Citrix NetScaler application delivery controller (ADC) provides a robust yet highly affordable foundation for an organization's DoS defenses. Learn more >>

WHITE PAPER: AppNeta

10 Steps for Success When Moving MS Office to the Cloud
Are you considering or in the process of migrating to Office 365? Concerned about performance impacts on user experience? Our eBook is your guide to ensuring user experience success as you prepare to migrate to the cloud. View now

Skype for Business preview adds support for massive meetings, cloud-based phone administration
Businesses that use Microsoft’s Skype for Business communication product have some new beta features to play with that make the enterprise messaging and calling product more useful.The features, which were first announced earlier this year when Microsoft officially rebranded its Lync service as Skype for Business, allow businesses to create large-scale meetings and better integrate Skype for Business with traditional phone lines. It’s all designed to make the service more appealing for enterprises when those features enter general availability later this year.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


: Rackspace

Tapping into Mobile Commerce 2014
Mobile commerce is growing: by 2017 mobile commerce is projected to account for $109 billion in sales, with average order spend on tablet quadrupling relative to its 2013 numbers. In this infographic, we break down the numbers and provide some strategies to help you win at mobile. Learn More.

Microsoft hands some of the reins for its display ad business to AOL
Microsoft will be handing over its display advertising business to AOL in nine markets as part of a new partnership between the two companies that was announced Monday.Under the deal, AOL will use Bing to power search through its website, and will operate display advertising, including mobile and video ads, for Microsoft’s portfolio in Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, U.K. and the U.S. That means AOL will be powering all the display ads that run in those countries, including on MSN, Xbox, Outlook.com and Skype.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


WEBCAST: Lockheed Martin

The ROI of Cybersecurity; Does it Exist?
During this Live Webinar on May 20th @ 1PM, a panel will discuss findings of the Ponemon Survey: Risk and Innovation in Cybersecurity Investments. The panel will explore key findings from the survey and discuss effective methods of cybersecurity measurement and implementation. Learn More

Review: Skype for Business pros & cons (video)
Reviewer Jonathan Hassell highlights some of the good features and things to watch out for in Microsoft's Skype for Business software/service. Read More

INSIDER
A look at the new Microsoft Skype for Business Server 2015
In March, Microsoft released Skype for Business Server 2015, its enterprise communications product that is the successor to both Lync Server for on-premises installations and Lync Online for cloud customers.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More


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7 command line tools for monitoring your Linux system

Here is a selection of basic command line tools that will make your exploration and optimization in Linux easier.

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