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DHagar
DHagar
12/19/2016 8:06:22 PM
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Re: IoT security
@dcawrey - there you go - that really makes sense.  And with an enterprise alignment - should deliver a real solution that companies and IT can rely on.

Increasingly, companies like HPE that target enterprisees and apply the technology to solving their problems will become a true solution - beyond the next sales relationship.

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DHagar
DHagar
12/19/2016 8:03:27 PM
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Re: IoT security
@Jeremy, I think your comments are very astute and right on target.  There cannot be growth if there are security concerns.

This appears to be a smart solution and packaged solution by HPE.  It should enable them to provide Enterprises with a solution to this growing problem and advance their enterprise lines of business.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
12/19/2016 8:01:15 PM
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Re: IoT security
Visibility is great not just for security, but also for performance. 

You wouldn't believe the number of times I have had to deal with crap network speed and had no clue how to fix them. This could really help that!

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Jeremy
Jeremy
12/15/2016 4:43:47 AM
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Re: IoT security
Absolutely. There's no sense in companies sticking their heads in the sand, having demonstrably effective cybersecurity will become the main priority for B2B and B2C customers, sonner or later. 

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afwriter
afwriter
12/13/2016 5:39:10 PM
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Re: IoT security
I think that we are starting to see a lot more headlines like this and some companies are even partnering together to come up with solutions.  I think the best part about this is that companies are addressing the issues in different ways so it is almost like we are seeing a crowd sourced solution to the IoT security dilemma. 

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Ariella
Ariella
12/13/2016 1:30:01 PM
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IoT security
I think we should be seeing a lot more headlines like this one as companies not only acknowledge the risks inherent in IoT but take steps toward addressing them. It's taken until this point for that kind of thing to happen after some highly publicized data breaches.

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