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Chad Kime

Chad Kime combines his Electrical Engineering and MBA degrees to translate between technical language and common English. After managing over 200 foreign language eDiscovery projects Chad values practicality over idealism. Chad has written on cybersecurity, risk, compliance, network security hardware, endpoint monitoring software, anime DVDs, industrial hard drive equipment, and legal forensic services.

6 Top Firewall-as-a-Service Providers

Firewall as a service (FWaaS) promises to extend the capabilities of next-generation firewall (NGFW) and unified threat management (UTM) solutions across a modern IT environment. Using a centrally-managed FWaaS solution permits an...

Why is Firewall-as-a-Service (FWaaS) Important?

A firewall-as-a-service (FWaaS) provides overarching network access protection, control, and monitoring across modern IT infrastructures. See below to learn all about why companies are using FWaaS as a network security solution: Why use...

Guide to How Firewall-as-a-Service Works: Learn the Basics

As networks become more decentralized, the benefit of moving applications and data to the cloud becomes increasingly practical and common. This is true for the firewall as well. Using a cloud-based and...

What is Firewall-as-a-Service (FWaaS)?

Firewall-as-a-service (FWaaS) solutions promise to improve foundational firewall technology to address the security needs of a modern IT network.  FWaaS incorporates many of the features of modern firewall technologies, while resolving existing issues...

NetApp: FlexPod XCS Review

The hardware that makes up a traditional data center often consists of the solutions that provide the best value at the time of purchase. IT managers then need to bolt on these...

Seagate: Lyve Cloud Review

As more enterprises attempt to take advantage of the potential cost savings of the cloud, some have been disappointed. The largest data producers sometimes find their cloud storage costs to be less...

Dell Technologies: Streaming Data Platform Review

To realize the promise of the Internet of Things (IoT), companies cannot continue to use legacy technologies. Legacy data centers process discrete files and objects, but the constant flow of data from...

IBM: Storage as a Service Review

IBM’s Storage as a Service (STaaS) solution delivers the flexibility of cloud storage to on-premises and hybrid cloud data centers.  IBM will deliver, install, and maintain the high-speed fully solid-state drive (SSD) block...

IBM Cloud Foundry Review

IBM’s Cloud Foundry solution provides a cloud-native platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to help developers deploy quickly, scale effortlessly, and avoid managing infrastructure. Customers don’t need to worry about deploying and managing servers, virtual machines...

Google Compute Engine Review

Google’s Compute Engine, sometimes called Google Cloud Compute Engine, delivers on-demand virtual machines (VMs) to provide flexible computing needs within the Google Cloud. Google Compute Engine deploys VMs as needed and enables...

Microsoft: Azure Batch Review

Microsoft’s Azure Batch provides burst, scheduled, and on-demand access to cloud computing resources hosted on the Azure cloud platform.  As data scientists and application managers encounter resource constraints, they can turn to Azure...

Amazon EC2 Review

Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) forms the basis for many Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as the initial offerings that created modern cloud computing. Amazon EC2 has exploded from two options...

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