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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Enterprise Networking Mag
November 15, 2018

Enterprise Networking Mag Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Building a mature network can be a difficult task, but considering the policies and steps IT professionals employ to implement network security is also important.
As the digitization of our personal information becomes rapid, there is a growing concern not just about who collects our data, but what they collect.
The network’s firewall and vulnerability detection capabilities will continue to observe potential malware and malicious websites, at times when DNS request eludes Umbrella.
Featured Vendors
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CIO Viewpoint
Douglas Duncan, CIO, Columbia Insurance Group
The double negative of a weak team appetite for change and a slow moving organizational culture can be the recipe for stagnation. You will find it challenging to be the only cheerleader for what needs to be done.
Steve Miller, CIO, Steelcase
In the long run, wireless systems provide more flexibility for companies to reconfigure the space, as needed, without rerouting hardwired lines.
CXO Insights
By Mike Holcomb, Director of Information Security, Fluor Corporation
Networks today are continually evolving landscapes where systems, applications, and the other “things” of IoT can be connected in an instant.
By Pat Thompson, Vice President and Craig Culwell, Solutions Architect, CommScope
Latency is driven by the number of electronic conversions made – the number of hops the signal has to take to retrieve or transmit data. Each time a conversion is made, latency is added.