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Dispersive™ Networks, a provider of ultra-secure virtual networking for government and enterprise, today announced they have joined forces with Global Mobile for its TXT2VOTE® platform in an attempt to solve today’s election issues for safe, secure Vote at Home/Remote Voting.
For most IT managers, planning for a 20-25% expansion in VPN capacity should be enough for normal business operations. There is nothing normal about our current COVID-19 situation and clearly this was not something anyone could have planned for.
The COVID-19 Coronavirus is a nasty, highly contagious virus that is wreaking havoc on our family, friends, co-workers, the world. Who would think we’d find anything positive to come from this experience?
Remote Worker Numbers Skyrocket due to COVID-19 – Is it Time to Move Up to SASE and Away from VPNs and Traditional SD-WAN?
Cyberthreats are growing exponentially during the COVID-19 global pandemic. As the CDC recommends keeping citizens at home, governments are issuing guidance and even legislating remote working for those employees who can be productive from home.
Telco operators and enterprises are working to enjoy the benefits of the cloud. Initially, this was focused on data center applications. But now this trend includes hosting at the customer site, as well as in the telco network. We call this approach edge cloud.
Dispersive™ Networks, a provider of ultra-secure virtual networking for government and enterprise, today announced it is expanding its technology partner ecosystem by establishing a new support, integration and go-to-market community designed to solve the most important challenges in secure, resilient and high-performance networking.
Dispersive™ Networks, a provider of ultra-secure virtual networking for government and enterprise, today announced the appointment of three new board members selected to provide experience and guidance to the company as part of its expansion.
The unprecedented growth of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has caught government, the healthcare industry, and enterprises by surprise, and their IT teams are scrambling to enable employees to work from home.
While Washington, DC can appear to be in a state of chaos and uncertainty, especially during an election year, it is clear that the professionals across many government agencies that keep the country running understand the growing risks of cyber-attacks on the mission critical networks taxpayers fund.