This week we have seen how companies are improving their security measures accommodate the every changing platform in 2013.
ManageEngine’s (News - Alert) Password Manager Pro and Windstream’s (News - Alert) newly launched Endpoint Security Protection by McAfee (News - Alert) are both aimed and utilized as security products. Password Manager Pro has been changed to introduce advanced features in order to keep the needs of users updated and heighten security requirements for privileged password management. Endpoint Security Protection was launched to eliminate the need for multiple security products and offer small businesses a single solution that detects and blocks viruses, spyware, spam and hacker attacks.
Alestra, a Mexican company specializing in information and Communication Technology (ICT) services, has selected NetCracker (News - Alert) to provide converged billing that will transform billing information from multiple sources into a single data format. Essentially, Alestra hopes to enhance its BBS in order to streamline its billing operations and support the launch of next-generation services.
BreakingPoint has just signed a contract and proved its capabilities to the US European Command (EUCOM) and other NATO nations. For the third consecutive year, BreakingPoint will be providing its network assessment solution for COMBINED ENDEAVOR. This solution creates military and traffic conditions, and is used to enable seamless communication between NATO and other partner nations. If the military and NATO trust BreakingPoint’s solution and chose it for the third year in a row over the many other solution packages, it seems that it must be doing a fantastic job. Congratulations, BreakingPoint.
In order to securely manage Machine to Machine communications (M2M), the automated communications of data between connected devices, businesses and organizations are being encouraged to purchase network management solutions, like WebNMS. It offers a framework management for M2M to monitor and control passive infrastructure and to operate large networks of devices.
Stay tuned to the network management community to discover the new trends and latest developments for 2013.
Edited by Carlos Olivera