Post-pandemic normality: 2021 predictions on digital identities, remote working and remote healthcare

19 January 2021

Xavier Coemelck, regional vice president of sales and services at Entrust

Xavier Coemelck, regional vice president of sales and services at Entrust

As we put 2020 behind us, remote working, digital identity authentication and remote healthcare are going to be key priorities - here are my predictions for the year ahead:

1. Identity proofing tools will become standard operating procedure: Originally designed for consumers to safely access online accounts, will rapidly grow in popularity to facilitate the onboarding of new and existing remote employees. These authentication tools will allow staff members to securely access organisation networks and materials with robust identification methods will be the focus of IT security teams for the coming year and will be integral to a business model of the future.

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netTerrain

19 January 2021

netTerrain focuses mainly on DCIM, which means this solution offers strong capabilities for managing aspects of your physical infrastructure—outside plant, site maps, cable management, etc.

Known for being simple, customisable, and and apparently  affordable, netTerrain DCIM is a good option for data center leaders who aren’t looking for additional products, such as CMDB, data center asset management, IT asset management, or application dependency mapping.

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Home Office says engineers working to restore lost data

18 January 2021

Engineers are working to retrieve lost data 

Engineers are working to retrieve lost data 

Engineers are working round-the-clock to restore hundreds of thousands of police records that were accidentally deleted from the national database, the Home Office said.

More than 400,000 records were wiped due to human error last weekweek, prompting warnings that criminal investigations could be compromised.

 

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Epsilon brings multi-cloud networking with Aviatrix

15 January 2021

Connectivity service provider Epsilon has partnered with Aviatrix, a cloud network platform, to provide a multi-cloud networking service for enterprises.

Epsilon Cloud Networking is an end-to-end multi-cloud service with the automation, operational visibility and control that enterprises need to simplify cloud networking, the company said.

The multi-cloud service directly controls native cloud networking constructs and is based on the Aviatrix multi-cloud network platform with the ability to move data between cloud environments, including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud.

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