Our networks are growing less well–defined, with more than one entry point and each access having a different level of trust. Securing this increasingly complex environment now takes some serious effort.
A small piece of hardware named after a sea-going trout is making smooth sailing for high-volume backups and recovery at a Twin Cities credit union.
Small boxes sitting on the network at a Symitar data center in Missouri are helping the core processor’s client credit unions improve internal efficiencies while the company works to wean its client base off traditional magnetic tape, the company said.
You wouldn’t think a single camera pointing down an empty hallway would be much of a problem. But when it’s constantly feeding images through the same data pipe as everything else in a big credit union’s network, it certainly can.
A thousand or so users using up to 10 applications or more apiece and spread across a vast Canadian province can present a bit of a challenge for the IT folks responsible for keeping the network up and running well.