Almost 90 percent of federal leaders polled in a new survey say they are concerned about their ability to secure sensitive information in branch offices and other far-flung remote sites where a lot of government work gets done.
A recent survey conducted by i360 Gov and released by Riverbed Technology reveals that security is the biggest problem and highest expense federal IT officials face when it comes to managing remote and branch office information technology.
The vast majority of IT departments are moving forward with software-defined networking (SDN) initiatives, according to a survey from Riverbed Technology.
In this week's blogs roundup, we take a closer look at the challenges of open source projects, the growing pool of SD-WAN suppliers and Riverbed's Project Tiger.
“The future of the WAN is NOT . . . a router.” These bold words were spoken by Riverbed’s Josh Dobies in a presentation to the delegates at Networking Field Day 10 this August, as a lead in to the first public announcement of “Project Tiger.”
The vendor known for its WAN optimization technology will release products next year aimed at changing how branch networks are built and managed.
Riverbed plans a suite of SD-WAN services and products underpinned by new SteelHead OS.
REVIEW: Riverbed's SteelCentral AppInternals v10 is aimed squarely at enterprises seeking to monitor their applications and guarantee acceptable performance.
SLIDESHOW: Riverbed's SteelCentral AppInternals v10 brings continuous application monitoring to enterprises seeking to better understand app performance, use and connectivity.
With the express goal of eliminating the need for installing and managing routers in branch offices, Riverbed is investing in a next-generation software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) software, codenamed Project Tiger.
Riverbed, at more than $1 billion in annual revenue, is the leader in application performance infrastructure, delivering the most complete platform for the hybrid enterprise to ensure applications perform as expected, data is always available when needed, and performance issues can be proactively detected and resolved before impacting business performance. Riverbed enables hybrid enterprises to transform application performance into a competitive advantage by maximizing employee productivity and leveraging IT to create new forms of operational agility. Riverbed’s 27,000+ customers include 97% of the Fortune 100 and 98% of the Forbes Global 100.