IoT Attack: The Third Siege on Enterprise IT
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) incursion saw waves of homogeneous, non-sanctioned devices invade the network. The emergence of Shadow IT resulted in the rapid adoption of non-sanctioned Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications to address business needs. Both BYOD and Shadow IT resulted in massive headaches for IT, which was left between a rock and a hard place. The new tools were helping employees get work done, but they weren’t properly secured. They were straining the IT infrastructure, and IT couldn’t adequately support the resources because they were out of scope.
Nyansa Intros network analytics solutions and Canadian partners to distribute them
Proactive network analytics are becoming increasingly important as more applications move to the cloud, and Nyansa Inc. is hoping its latest products in the infrastructure management space, announced this week at Cisco Live, are going to make a splash among mid-to-large size enterprises in Canada, says Nyansa’s head of channel.
Nyansa Illuminates Network Blind Spots With Client and WAN Data Sources
Performance management company Nyansa added new data sources via applications to its user performance management platform Voyance. The additions enhance visibility to end points on the user access network — the client WiFi connection and the broadband WAN.
Nyansa extends network performance monitor software
In Cisco Live news, Nyansa upgrades its network performance monitor software to track WAN and Wi-Fi connection problems.
End-to-end data, analytics key to solving application performance problems
Nyansa adds WAN and client insight to Voyance to provide greater visibility into user experience and application performance.
Analytics for Diving into Network Health
With so many vendors throwing around the word “analytics,” what does that mean for network management?
Caltech Grad Grows Startup As Ex Punk Rocker Barrels Towards 2019 IPO
Successful growth leaders follow a consistent pattern: solve a customer problem better than rivals do, sell the product to cutting edge users, make them so happy that they recommend the product to others, and expand around the world until you reach IPO scale