Using Bluecat Adaptive DNS in the Cloud – Bluecat

This whitepaper describes the challenges that hybrid, multi-cloud architectures present for network teams, specifically related to IP address management, DNS and DHCP (DDI). These include: 1) Achieving and maintaining universal, 360 degree visibility into an organization’s IP space, namespace and DNS records without hindering rapid innovation and application development by cloud and devops
teams; 2) Establishing control of DNS resolution paths to provide the best end-user experience and optimal network performance while minimizing architectural complexity and data conflicts that result in costly downtime; 3) Securing access to critical applications and data
at the DNS layer by establishing intelligent least privilege security policies.

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Empowering Digital Transformation – Infoblox

This whitepaper explores how emerging network technologies are driving digital transformation forward. We consider how disruptive network technology trends, modern network needs and gaps, a vision for future-ready services, and how organizations – even those lagging behind – can catch-up and take the lead in delivering an improved customer experience both now and in the future.

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Top Reasons Why Enterprises Must Automate DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management – Infoblox

Routine activities such as managing DNS and DHCP, assigning IP addresses, creating and managing subnets and reporting and auditing device connection history can take more than their fair share of time and resources. Moreover, concentration of DNS, DHCP and IP address management expertise in fewer hands makes organizations heavily dependent on a few individuals without adequate backup.

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Securing Remote Workers in the Age of Teleworking – Infoblox

A significant number of your employees are now working from home as the pandemic continues to spread globally and the need to protect people’s health takes number one priority. In this situation, companies have had very little time to prepare for such large scale remote work and think about how to secure these devices that are now accessing corporate resources from outside the perimeter. But work from home doesn’t mean you have to compromise on security. Read this white paper to learn about:

  • Top security challenges around teleworking
  • Evolving threat landscape in the current scenario and top attacks that could target your remote users
  • How to secure your work from home users using foundational network services

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