The highly competitive business environment requires high degree of flexibility and customizations to meet diversified application demands. In today’s competitive, fragmented and diversified market, commercially off-the-shelf solutions can no longer satisfy application-oriented industries. Customization is crucial to the success of manufacturing businesses. As a global leading supplier in network appliances, Lanner has been dedicated in customizing hardware platforms for clients with high degrees of flexibility and scalability.
Lanner’s FW-8896, the FW-8894 and the NCA-5510 are positioned as high-performance solutions for building multi-tier or multi-service network environments in which resource utilization can be optimized for achieving maximal user base and high network throughput at each tier of one or more network functions, while also minimizing the likelihood of system bottlenecks and slowdowns.
The rapid increase of connected devices leads to the growing complexity of network infrastructure at the edge, which demands a more flexible network appliance that not only protects the network edge by offering security measures such as VPN, intrusion protection, content filtering and data encryption, but also offers a quick, easy-to-implement solution with efficiency in size, performance and power consumption.
Due to the rise of cloud computing and IoT (Internet of Things), enterprises all over the world have become highly concerned towards cyber security threats such as breaches. In fact, major corporations have invested billions of dollars into massive network segmentation process. Their IT teams have to operate among various networking appliances, familiarize themselves with different software interfaces and learn to handle complicated settings of each network segments. However, only large corporations can afford such infrastructure investments. For small and medium enterprises (SMEs), they need an economical solution for converged networking applications in data processing, cyber security and wireless management.
Instant messaging has become a necessary tool not just on consumer and daily user level, but also widely adopted on enterprise aspect for its spontaneous and intuitive interface. This can be observed obviously since the desktop PC era. Especially in today’s globalized business environment, instant messaging is gaining higher momentum on enterprise adoptions and on both desktop and mobile communication devices. The nature of mobile instant messaging allows individuals to communicate simultaneously with one or more others and in today’s corporate settings, there is almost zero tolerance for communication failure. This has become a major challenge for corporate IT management as there may be more unplanned downtimes and unexpected cyber attacks to happen due to heavy traffic and reliance on mobile instant messaging. Therefore, it is a major challenge for IT management staff to ensure secured and steady network infrastructures.
Today, many hospitals wards have been implemented with wireless network infrastructures for healthcare uses. By leveraging the concepts of IoT (Internet of Things) to connect medical devices and patient data to the cloud, medical staff can optimize their efficiency while reducing unnecessary workloads when traveling around wards. In fact, a fast-growing reliance on connected healthcare devices has been observed in hospitals in both developing and developed nations.
DDoS, the abbreviation of “Distributed Denial-of-Service”, is a malicious attempt against websites, servers, or networks unavailable to provide its services or resources to its intended users. Usually, targets of DDoS are high-profile sites such as government agencies, giant corporations, financial institutions, major cloud service providers, telecommunication businesses, and politically related groups. The following article will discuss the background and types of DDoS attacks, and also get into the methods of prevention and protection.