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Versa extends SASE platform to the LAN edge

Network World

Versa Networks has bumped up its secure access service edge ( SASE ) software with a variety of features, including AI to help customers better manage LAN resources at the edge of their networks. To read this article in full, please click here

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WAN transformation sparked by 5G, cloud and SD-WAN technologies


Read Luke O’Neill explain how 5G, cloud and SD-WAN technologies could plug the shortcomings of the Wide Area Networks on Tech Target : In the old days, about a decade ago, remote employees would go into a branch office, sit at a desk with a laptop or desktop computer and connect to the company LAN, […].

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Fortinet adds wireless and IoT security features to SASE platform

Network World

Fortinet continues to enhance its Secure Access Service Edge ( SASE ) package by adding support for microbranches, extending wireless LAN protections, and improving data loss prevention (DLP) and end-user monitoring capabilities.

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How to Get Started With Ubiquiti's Cloud Hosted UniFi Controller

IT Toolbox

Maybe it’s just Wi-Fi, or maybe you’re looking for the proverbial “full stack”, with WAN/LAN/and WLAN. So you’re shopping for a network solution. And… you’ve decided you want it cloud-managed and at ridiculously low cost. Welcome to Ubiquiti UniFi in the cloud, baby. But how to get started?

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Oracle to Buy Carrier SDN Startup Corente

Data Center Knowledge

Technology giant Oracle is acquiring Corente, a carrier software-defined networking startup, which Oracle expects to be able to leverage in SDN-enabled cloud deployments that virtualize both the enterprise data center LAN and the WAN.

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How to allow SSH connections from LAN and WAN on different ports

Tech Republic Security

Is it possible to configure SSH to listen for connections on both internal and external interfaces, using different ports? Jack Wallen says "yes."

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Meta Networks builds user security into its Network-as-a-Service

Network World

Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) is growing in popularity and availability for those organizations that don’t want to host their own LAN or WAN, or that want to complement or replace their traditional network with something far easier to manage. To read this article in full, please click here

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