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Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider, and Splunk, Inc., provider of the Data-to-Everything Platform, announced the availability of Splunk Enterprise Transformation with Azure for public sector customers. This solution brings together the full capabilities of Splunk Enterprise, Microsoft Azure and partner led services to deliver a cloud-based, real-time data analytics platform.
CloudApp, a visual collaboration platform for the modern workplace, today announced templates and partnership integrations with Slack and Atlassian products Jira and Confluence. CloudApp, which enables capturing instantly shareable videos, GIFs, and screenshots, also added features to improve its speed and reliability.
Cisco announced its intent to acquire Kenna Security, Inc., a privately held cybersecurity company headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif. Kenna’s risk-based vulnerability management technology enables organizations to work cross-functionally to rapidly identify, prioritize and remediate cyber risks. With this acquisition, Cisco will transform the way security and IT teams collaborate to reduce the attack surface and the time it takes to detect and respond.
7SIGNAL, the leader in enterprise wireless experience monitoring, announced that it has added ESB Agents to its global network of distributors. The company, headquartered in Cyprus, will offer the 7SIGNAL platform to its large customer base of Wireless Network Operators, IT leaders, WLAN Installers and System Engineers in Greece, Cyprus, Malta and Bulgaria.
DISH Wireless is redefining services for consumers, small businesses and large enterprises by building the nation’s first cloud-native, OpenRAN-based 5G network. As DISH takes the unprecedented step of building a 5G network in the cloud, it has selected Oracle to enable a Service-Based Architecture (SBA) for its 5G core. SBA, part of the 3GPP 5G standard, enables network services to be rapidly incorporated into new applications by DISH or DISH customers through automated, intelligent configuration between network functions.