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New report reveals riskiest device types

A new study conducted by asset security company Forescout is revealing the most risky pieces of technology commonly found within the enterprise.  “The device has evolved from a pure asset to a reliable, sophisticated, intelligent platform for communications and services, driving a transformation in the relationship between devices, people, and networks,” said Elisa Costante, VP … continue reading

GoTo announces AI assistant for IT support

GoTo has recently unveiled GoPilot, a novel AI assistant designed for GoTo Resolve, which is a remote access tool for IT support teams. This new assistant is set to transform IT professionals’ approach towards managing and supporting their device fleet. GoPilot offers a smart, interactive tool that delivers a complete overview of user endpoints, facilitating … continue reading

ManageEngine adds exploit triad analytics to Log360

The IT management company ManageEngine has updated Log360, which is a security information and event management (SIEM) platform. The platform’s Vigil IQ module now has an exploit triad analytics feature that allows security teams to gain a more full understanding of attackers.  The new capability unifies the full triad (consisting of users, entities, and processes) … continue reading

Forrester predicts increase in IT spending in 2024

Forrester is predicting a significant increase in global tech spending as economic conditions improve, projecting it to reach $4.7 trillion by 2024. According to Forrester’s insights, this surge may place substantial pressure on tech leaders tasked with managing costs and enhancing efficiencies. A key obstacle in achieving this balance is often the lack of cohesive … continue reading

Broadcom acquires VMware

Broadcom announced that it has acquired VMware to work on solutions that help customers optimize their private, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments, and to run applications and services from anywhere. Broadcom is shifting its focus towards assisting enterprise customers in developing and modernizing their private and hybrid cloud environments. The company plans to invest in VMware … continue reading

Report: 97% of consumers are bracing for cyberattacks to continue getting worse in 2024

Nearly all consumers are feeling like the number of cyberattacks that happen isn’t going down in the next year. Ninety-seven percent of respondents to a survey conducted by ThreatX said cyberattacks will either increase or remain the same in 2024, and 94% say that cyberattacks will be more difficult to defend against.  In addition, 69% … continue reading

BackBox introduces automated vulnerability detection and remediation solution

The network automation platform BackBox has announced a new capability that will enable IT teams to more easily discover network vulnerabilities, prioritize CVEs, and automate remediation.  Network Vulnerability Manager (NVM) offers capabilities like classification of vulnerabilities by threat level; remediation by configuration changes, network and firewall OS upgrades, and patches; built-in backups, single-click roll-backs, and … continue reading

ngrok launches Global Server Load Balancing to improve performance and resiliency

Ngrok announced its always-on Global Server Load Balancer (GSLB). This service automatically directs both end-user traffic and agent traffic to the nearest Point of Presence (PoP) based on latency, without the need for additional configuration.  This feature is now active by default for all ngrok customers, providing faster and more reliable experiences for end users. … continue reading

Broadcom: 81% of companies are using more than one cloud automation solution

Eight-one percent of organizations today employ more than one cloud automation solution, according to a recent Broadcom survey. This practice leads to increased costs, complicates troubleshooting, and causes delivery delays. The survey asked IT, cloud, and deployment professionals at companies of all sizes representing all seniority levels were invited to participate in a survey on … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Rustdesk

RustDesk is a full-featured open-source remote control alternative for self-hosting and security with minimal configuration. It functions as a full-featured remote desktop app that works on works on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Web. It also supports VP8 / VP9 / AV1 software codecs, and H264 / H265 hardware codecs. “You have full control of … continue reading

IBM acquires FinOps company Apptio

IBM’s acquisition of Apptio will enable clients to benefit from the synergy between Apptio and IBM, creating opportunities for added volume, according to IBM in a post.  The deal combines Apptio’s leading FinOps solutions, such as ApptioOne, Cloudability, and Targetprocess, with IBM’s automation tools like Turbonomic, AIOps, and Instana. This integration creates a “virtual command … continue reading

AuditBoard unveils ITRM solution to improve cyber resilience

AuditBoard unveiled its ITRM solution dedicated to IT Risk Management. This offering empowers IT security and risk management experts to efficiently handle their threat landscape, assess IT-related risks, and enhance cyber resilience.  By adopting this solution, organizations can effectively adapt to the ever-changing and expanding landscape of business risks. The announcement coincides with the upcoming … continue reading

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