Lumos Networks launched a new option for enterprises to get direct connections to public clouds through their WANs.
In most data breaches examined by Verizon in its Data Breach Investigations Report, or DBIR, released Tuesday, it took attackers minutes to compromise corporate systems, but it took firms weeks or longer to discover the compromise.
As OpenStack Summit kicks off, one of the first pieces of news out of the conference is that Verizon has completed what it claims is the world's largest network functions virtualization OpenStack cloud deployment.
The Internet of Things is "going mainstream," and expectations are high for consumers and businesses alike, according to new findings from Verizon.
SAN FRANCISCO – For the first time, Verizon is publishing a data breach digest that provides breach scenarios culled from its highly regarded annual Data Breach Investigations Report, or DBIR.
Developer-focused Typesafe has a new name and a new microservices framework aimed at enterprises doing Java development. Now known as Lightbend, the company is launching Lagom.
A month after rumors surfaced that Verizon was planning to sell all of its cloud data centers, the company is officially getting out of the public cloud business. Verizon is the latest telco casualty in the increasingly competitive public cloud market.
Enterprises and telecommunications providers are increasingly getting behind the various open networking projects that exist. The latest news of such support comes from Verizon, which has joined the ONOS project.
Cat phones is partnering with Verizon to sell the Cat S50c rugged smartphone in the U.S market. This marks the first direct partnership between a major U.S. carrier and Cat phones.
Swedish wireless firm Ericsson, an early leader in Internet of Things (IoT) development, pulled out all of the stops when it comes to the IoT at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.