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McAfee continues to integrate its IPS line with other parts of its portfolio to speed advanced malware detection and remediation as it builds out the number of signature-less detection engines that either come or interact with the IPS sensors.
Sourcefire’s FirePOWER has seen solid traction as part of Cisco’s security portfolio, thanks to Cisco’s much broader reach. But Cisco still has to rationalize overlapping IPSs.
Jive Software maintains its leadership position by refocusing on external communities and developing a new strategic partnership with Cisco, adding real-time communications to its popular platform.
IBM emphasized integration in the 5.2 release of its network protection firmware for its IPS line that was released in May 2014, enabling bi-directional intelligence sharing and control between IBM’s QRadar SIEM and the FireEye WebMPS appliance.
Aruba continues to integrate its products with Microsoft Lync, adding its 802.11ac product to the list of Lync certified access points. The certification addresses customer concerns about UC&C performance over WLAN.
Jumping squarely into the industry’s latest application development trend, Pivotal is consolidating MEAP with platform services, enhanced via data services, with the ability to leverage added parts of the cloud stack via parent company VMware.
SentinelOne adds its voice to the growing cacophony of advanced endpoint anti-malware offerings with a unique alternative to sandboxing that does real time monitoring, modeling and predictive analysis of endpoint processes. But can anyone hear it?
Cisco continues to lead the enterprise switch market with product diversity and advanced technology across its campus switching with the Catalyst 6800, 6800ia 4500E with Supervisor Engine 8, 3850, 3650, and the APIC Enterprise Module.
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