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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Enterprise Networking Mag
September 10, 2018

Enterprise Networking Mag Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The network’s firewall and vulnerability detection capabilities will continue to observe potential malware and malicious websites, at times when DNS request eludes Umbrella.
The possibilities of switching to a network security platform that incorporates all the aforementioned improvements are endless.
Digital businesses are operating at a pace like never before in the business world, and the speed at which the changes have to be made in the firewalls has increased drastically.
Featured Vendors
A full-service telecommunications organization that offers both traditional phone systems and hosted voice service solutions.
Offers Sangoma’s PBXact, a unique and modern communications platform along with state-of-the-art VoIP solutions.
Helps customers streamline their communications into a single network connection for phone service and high-speed Internet.
CIO Viewpoint
Jon Walton, Chief Information Officer, County of San Mateo
Unlike neighboring counties such as San Francisco or Santa Clara, San Mateo County’s significant population is not contained within a single, dominant city like San Francisco or San Jose.
Krish Mani, CIO, JELD-WEN
In the building or consumer industry, this is all about owning the consumer experience life cycle.
CXO Insights
By Ken Paker, CTO, TDS Telecommunications LLC
Once Dedicated Broadband technology arrived, shortly after Dial-Up, we had to make the transition to more centralized operations in order to mitigate costs.
By Tom Villante, Co-Founder and CEO, YapStone
“Every working entrepreneur is learning in real time and building upon the innovations of other entrepreneurs, simultaneously”.