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How public does your IoT implementation really need to be?

20th February 2017 Deploy your Internet of Things (IoT) solution like you would your cloud solution: private, public and even hybrid, says Netshield.    Technologies deployed in a private environment can add as much value but cost less to run as they would in a public domain, says Inus Dreckmeyr , CEO of Netshield,... 

Think layers of security – and start with the physical

16th February 2017 It takes more than security software to protect your corporate network, says Netshield. As security vendors predict more focused and personalised cyberattacks in 2017, companies should consider multiple layers of security to protect their companies. This is the word from Inus Dreckmeyr, CEO of... 

Businesses require a balanced approach to IoT

15th February 2017 Companies shouldn’t allow the hype around IoT to blind them to its very real applications in specific industries, says Netshield. While the hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing is enough to put most sane business people off the concept, Netshield CEO Inus Dreckmeyr advises... 

Building a server room with built in best in class protection

19th September 2016 A lot goes into building a server room, from practical considerations like the building structural load limitations for that room, to cooling the space, powering the equipment, and selecting the technology. When it comes to the technology needed to store, protect and monitor your equipment and... 
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