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iOCO brings Fortinet’s Secure SD-WAN to local financial services institution

JOHANNESBURG – March 30, 2021 - iOCO, the ICT services business of the JSE-listed EOH Group, has been chosen to assist a large financial services company in the implementation of its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) rollout. This has allowed the firm to take a bold move forward in its stated aim of building a network incorporating the ‘modernised branch of the future’.

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NETSCOUT | In the eye of the storm: new record is set by ten million DDoS attacks in one year

JOHANNESBURG – March 03, 2021 – Not all record-breaking numbers are feats or achievements towards which we all aspire. For example, in 2006, American teenager Matt Suter was destined to become the holder of the record for the ‘farthest distance thrown by a tornado and survived’ , when he was flung, in an unconscious state, for a distance of almost 400 metres (398.37 metres) by an F2 tornado (meaning wind speeds of 181 to 253 kilometres per hour), yet later regained consciousness almost without a scratch.

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Combined Rubrik and IDC report addresses data sprawl in the modern enterprise

JOHANNESBURG – March 19, 2021 – Data sprawl - referring to the fact that valuable data is now commonly spread across multiple physical locations and different repository types – is one of the most critical IT issues that a modern organisation will have to manage. Not only does this expanse of data create issues for an organisation around its effective use, it can also negatively affect its security measures.

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In the eye of the storm: new record is set by ten million DDoS attacks in one year

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JOHANNESBURG – March 03, 2021 – Not all record-breaking numbers are feats or achievements towards which we all aspire. For example, in 2006, American teenager Matt Suter was destined to become the holder of the record for the ‘farthest distance thrown by a tornado and survived’[1], when he was flung, in an unconscious state, for a distance of almost 400 metres (398.37 metres) by an F2 tornado (meaning wind speeds of 181 to 253 kilometres per hour), yet later regained consciousness almost without a scratch.

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