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Keeping Your Jabber Users Connected Despite iOS Update

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| March 27, 2018

Even though Android is the top dog in the mobile device market these days, Apple devices factor heavily into most organizations’ BYOD programs. IT teams who support a core of Apple fans will want to keep June 2018 on their radars because, once it arrives, so too will a major change to how Cisco Jabber […]

Cyber Attackers Hope to Upstage Athletes with Olympic-Sized Hack

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| February 21, 2018

The Olympics provide the world’s best athletes with an incomparable platform upon which to show off their skills and, this year, they’ve proven an irresistible target for hackers eager to do the same. In fact, according to new evidence, the efforts to hack the Pyeongchang games were ramping up long before the first medal was […]

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Worse than Ransomware? CISOs Share their Biggest 2018 Concern

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| February 1, 2018

Data breaches, cyber attacks, ransomware – these things undoubtedly weigh heavily on the minds of modern day CISOs, but not as heavily as one might think. All three of those perennial hot button issues fell short of the top spot in a recent study by The Ponemon Institute of the biggest concerns security and technology […]

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The Latest on Meltdown, Spectre & What They Mean for You

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| January 26, 2018

A few weeks ago, the world was first introduced to Meltdown and Spectre and these hardware security vulnerabilities have been a constant source of IT headaches ever since. If you haven’t read it yet, Tom Clerici, Arraya’s Cyber Security Practice Director, has put together a plain English explanation of how Meltdown and Spectre operate and, […]

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Information Technology in 2018: 10 Predictions from Arraya’s Team

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| January 5, 2018

Want a sneak peek at what’s in store for cloud, cyber security, data management, and the rest of IT’s top care-abouts come 2018? There’s no better place to turn than Arraya’s team of experts. What this group lacks in psychic abilities, they more than make up for in technical knowledge and experience. And, when it […]

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2017 Rewind: 10 Stories that Rattled Information Technology

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| December 28, 2017

Before we officially send 2017 to that big data center in the sky, we thought we should take a look back at the year in technology news – and what a year it was! During the last 12 months, cyber attacks seemingly grew larger and more vicious, capturing the full attention of those inside IT […]

Networking's Future? Cisco DNA Goes Under the Microscope

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| December 21, 2017

If Gartner’s researchers are correct, over the next two years, scores of IT pros are going to be adding a new phrase to their vocabulary – and to their corporate networks. That phrase is intent-based networking and Gartner’s team predicts it’s about to go mainstream. They believe that, by 2020, more than 1,000 large enterprises […]

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Tech Leaders Band Together Around Microsoft Ignite: 8 Takeaways

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 26, 2017

Microsoft’s Ignite conference bills itself as an “every tech event” and it lived up to that moniker this year. If you made it to Orlando, FL for Ignite last month, you witnessed several key announcements from Microsoft, including a look at what the future holds for its Skype for Business and Teams solutions. However, the […]

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10 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Arraya

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 4, 2017

Technology doesn’t sit still and so neither does Arraya. That’s why, as a company, we’re always challenging ourselves to come up with new ways to help our customers reach their IT goals. Over the years, we’ve developed a long enough list of services that it can be easy to miss one or two of the […]

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Why You Should Care About the Catalyst 9000: 4 Reasons

Dan Clarke Dan Clarke| September 28, 2017

The way in which we consume network resources has fundamentally changed in recent years. Mobile users and IoT sensors and devices have altered the way we connect to and scale our networks. Cloud services have eroded our previously well-defined network edge. Due to these changes, an intelligent network must now be leveraged to provide insight […]

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