Okay, I’ll admit it – the sight of yet another ‘demo’ at a trade show doesn’t really excite me. And it probably doesn’t excite most attendees either.
But they are sort of a necessary evil. You see, for us solutions vendors, there’s really no better way to demonstrate new functionality or how to do things like provision a service. That’s why we make the investment in resources and time to create something that we hope those in the industry will find, well, at least marginally interesting. (Actually, we’d like you to be really thrilled by them, but hey – we’re realists!)
Thanks for coming back for the second installment in our series of blog posts on securing the haul. If you missed our first post, Spider-Man, Uncle Ben & cellular networks, just click here to view it.
Topics: Cyber Security
Last week, I and several of my colleagues from ECI once again visited the East Africa Com event in Nairobi, Kenya. Out of the many presentations, panels and individual meetings in which we participated, we came away with the following key findings:
With great power comes great responsibility” – Uncle Ben to Peter Parker (aka Spider-Man)
It’s true, we’ve been hearing about IP address exhaustion for years. But last month, we heard an additional warning siren: the last available IPv4 addresses were allocated this month by Icann, the international body responsible for the distribution of IP addresses to Regional Internet Registries. Our local ISPs are expected to allocate all remaining addresses by 2014.