Carr & Ferrell LLP Trademark Attorney to Moderate Panel at International Trademark Association Conference

Menlo Park, CA (PRWEB) September 19, 2014

Joi White, trademark attorney and partner at Carr & Ferrell LLP, will be moderating a panel and speaking on “Security and Surveillance” issues facing brand owners at the International Trademark Association (INTA) Conference in San Francisco on September 19, 2014. The conference, entitled Internet, Innovation and ICANN: The Evolving Landscape of the Net, brings together distinguished leaders of the trademark community, Internet experts, and high-level government officials to speak on a wide range of topics affecting the Internet community.

Members of the Security and Surveillance panel will explore the issues facing brand owners in the wake of recent data breaches at large trusted retailers, and in the light of disturbing revelations about government surveillance and back-door access to customer data. The panel will discuss current polices and practice, and legal reforms on the horizon. White will lead the discussion among panelists representing perspectives from the vantage points of a former U.S. law enforcement official, privacy advocates and policy-makers, and the private sector. Topics of discussion will cover, among others:

    Government request for access in criminal cases and in cases of national security.
    What brands can do to ensure their own security and to re-establish trust with their consumers.
    Corporate responses to government demands for consumer data in the post-Snowden era.
    Offensive and defensive brand attacks.
    Consumer-focused data collection and protection.

“Right now, the media’s eye is keenly focused on data collection and protection and the shocking numbers surrounding massive leaks of personal and financial information from trusted brands,” says White. “Faced with an endless stream of reports of data breaches, and bulk access to ‘big data’ in national security investigations, consumers are nervous and looking to trusted private sector businesses to protect their information. Brands, in turn, are faced with difficult choices: no security system is perfect, so what risk is acceptable and ‘reasonable’ within FTC standards? Comply with government demands for consumer data or fight them? Close the back doors to the government and risk harboring terrorist or organized crime activity? All the while, trust, reputation and revenue are at stake.”

Most recently White penned an opinion piece for the San Francisco Daily Journal titled, “Keep Calm and Click On,” on the U.S. government’s decision to accelerate its withdrawal from certain stewardship functions relating to the DNS or the “backbone” of the Internet. The U.S. decision was announced earlier this year, in the shadow of growing global concern over the scope of its security surveillance operations, and its remaining role in core functions of the operation of the Internet.

About Joi White

Joi White is a partner in the Intellectual Property Group of Silicon Valley based law firm, Carr & Ferrell LLP. Specializing in trademark selection, protection and enforcement, both online and in cyberspace, Ms. White counsels clients in a range of high tech fields, including computer security software, e-commerce, and consumer electronics.

In addition to maintaining an active trademark practice for nearly fifteen years, she has also enjoyed contributing to the development of domain name governance policies, both through her work on the INTA Internet Committee where she previously served as Chair of the Domain Disputes & Whois Subcommittee, and in her contributions to various ICANN working groups in areas such as WHOIS reform, domain name dispute resolution policies, and the regulation of domain name registrant privacy and proxy services.

About Carr & Ferrell LLP

Carr & Ferrell is a full-service law firm uniquely positioned to provide strategic patent and intellectual property, corporate, financing and litigation services. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley’s technology and venture capital community, our attorneys leverage their technical, business and legal expertise to help emerging companies and investors transform business concepts into industry leading enterprises. A strong and focused firm, we have made senior level attention a hallmark of our clients’ experience.

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Finalists Announced for 11th Annual Meffys – The Global Awards for Mobile Content & Commerce

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2014

MEF, the global community for mobile content and commerce has revealed the finalists for its 11th annual Meffys – the international awards for measuring success and rewarding innovation across the mobile ecosystem.    

The Meffys, which this year has attracted over 250 entries from 30 countries across the 13 award categories, is judged by an independent panel of 40 journalists, academics, analysts and VCs from around the globe. New categories for 2014 include mHealth, Mobile Education and Big Data demonstrating the diversity of the mobile content and commerce landscape as it continues to expand across new market sectors in both growth and established markets.

Bringing together finalists representing countries from as wide-reaching as Tanzania to United Arab Emirates and from Brazil to the Philippines, the

2014 Meffys winners will be unveiled in San Francisco on 19th November at a glittering gala dinner co-located with MEF’s annual conference, MEF Global Forum 2014 which takes place at The Westin San Francisco Market Street on 17th to the 19th November.

Rimma Perelmuter, MEF’s CEO said: “Building on their heritage as the established barometer for showcasing innovation and mobile excellence, the Meffys provide a unique window into the mobile trends and success stories transforming consumers’ lives around the world. We are particularly delighted to see strong representation in the new award categories of mHealth, education and big data. This year’s record number of entries truly demonstrate the power of the mobile to deliver a broad range of pioneering products and services which entertain, educate and empower consumers.”    

“Congratulations to all of the Meffys finalists and thank you to the international judging panel who provided their expert insights. We wish everyone good luck and look forward to celebrating the ultimate winners at MEF Global Forum in San Francisco.”

Meffys 2014 Finalists

Big Data

Alpine Data Labs for Alpine Chorus: Unleashing the Power of Team-Based Data Science
App Annie for Advertising Analytics and App Store Optimization (ASO) tools.
AppsFlyer for AppsFlyer
deltaDNA for deltaDNA – The power of personalization
SiSense for SiSense 5.0 Analyzes a Billion Records Instantly on Any Mobile Device

Consumer Trust

AgeCheq for AgeCheq Child App Privacy Ecosystem
Bluebox Security for Bluebox Security
F-Secure for F-Secure Freedome
One97 Communications Ltd. for Paytm App
The Wireless Registry for Take Control of Your Wireless Identity


EDUMOBI for EDUMOBI – Mobile Learning Network for
Mutual Mobile for Yuby
Pearson Education for iLit
Wikimedia Foundation for Wikipedia Zero


Buddy Enterprises Limited for Buddy App
Eko Devices for Eko Devices
Essence for Care@Home™
MediSafe for MediSafe Medication Management Platform
VoiceItt for TalkItt: This Is My Voice

Life Tools

DocuSignn Inc. for DocuSign
EasilyDo for EasilyDo
Fueled for Happify – The Happiness App
Microsoft Mobile for Video Tuner
SwiftKey for SwiftKey Keyboard

Mobile Money

Bango for The Bango Payments Platform
Barclays for Barclays Mobile Banking
Mahindra Comviva for Econet Eco$ ave powered by Mahindra Comviva mobiquity Money
Personal Capital for Personal Capital
Smart e-Money, Incorporated for Mobile Cash Transfer Program

Mobile Service

ATIV Software for EventPilot – Mobile conference app to create sustainable paperless meetings
BBG for VOA News
iRestaurante for iRestaurante
Mahindra Comviva for Econet Eco$ ave powered by Mahindra Comviva mobiquityR Money
ONDiGO for ONDiGO – Mobile CRM

Monetization & Engagement

Carnival for Carnival Mobile Marketing Suite
deltaDNA for deltaDNA – The power of personalization
Locatrix Communications for Game of Phones
Mblox for StarStar Services
Pollen for Pollen VC

Social & Entertainment

Bitstrips for Bitstrips
FleishmanHillard for Plants vs. Zombies 2
Locatrix Communications for Game of Phones
Movile internet móvel s.a for PlayKids
NaturalMotion for Clumsy Ninja

Social Responsibility

GoMetro for GoMetro USSD service
Kurbo Health for Kurbo Health
mHealth Tanzania Public Private Partnership (CDC Foundation) for Healthy Baby, Healthy Pregnancy Text Messaging Service
VOTO Mobile for Creating Equal Opportunity Through Voice
Wikimedia Foundation for Wikipedia Zero

Innovative App

Blippar for Blippar
Ensygnia for Ensygnia Onescan
Harris+Hoole for Transforming the customer experience through the Harris+Hoole app
Plastic Mobile for Neighbourhood Navigator
Shazam Entertainment for Auto Shazam

Innovation in a Growth Market

GoMetro for GoMetro Mobile Website
Intigral for Dawri Plus
Mahindra Comviva for Econet Eco$ ave powered by Mahindra Comviva’s mobiquity Money
Mobilium Global Ltd for Smart Health Africa
NearBytes for SndKey

Innovation in Technology

Blippar for Blippar app on Google Glass
Drawbridge, Inc for Drawbridge Cross-Device Advertising Technology
ItsOn Inc. for ItsOn Smart Services Platform™
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. for Qualcomm® Vuforia™ Smart Terrain™
The Wireless Registry for DNS for the Internet of Things

MEF Global Forum and Meffys 2014 are supported by Gold Editora, Mahindra Comviva, Movile, Mozilla, Playphone, TIMWE, Titans Group and Zenvia

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DNS Made Easy Provides Industry Leading Tips to Avoid the DNS Blind Spot

Reston, VA (PRWEB) September 30, 2014

DNS Made Easy creates industry specialized tips to aid business owners in leveraging the Internet for sales, marketing or information. Business continuity depends on 100% site availability and fast-loading times.

Everything on the Internet relies on DNS: web, e-mail, video, audio, and more. This means, no matter how fast an Internet connection speed is, a site won’t load unless the DNS server has performed the lookup successfully. Unreliable and poor performing DNS directly affects Internet presence.

That means if DNS goes down, sites are offline. No customers, no orders, no revenue.

To help thwart unexpected outages, it’s best to make a simple checklist. It starts with covering thw bases.

Virus protection up-to-date: check.

System updates complete: check. It is crucial all name servers that respond to infrastructure are routinely updated to fix any open vulnerabilities. Keeping staff “in-the-know” is vital to success. Having the right systems in place keeps everything safe.

DNS failover and system monitoring: what? Use the power of DNS to move traffic around down systems so the site stays online all of the time. Never lose customer confidence for down systems ever again.

DNS is often the most overlooked and unmonitored application that has direct and immediate consequences on the bottom line – good and bad. Many companies that look for alternatives only when their DNS is down do not take the time to check the mirrors and look behind the curtain and examine DNS.

DNS Made Easy clients have reported DNS and site downtime prior to joining DNS Made Easy for a number of reasons. One such reason has been growing in reason for downtime is cyber attacks.

Cyber attacks are growing in frequency and have the ability to affect the bottom line for thousands of companies – in downtime and slow speeds. That can translate into millions lost in revenue.

Some companies use hosting services that provide DNS. This is typically included with the package rate of signing on for services. However, most of these companies don’t specialize in DNS safety, redundancy, global load balancing and decreased latency. That lack of specialized service may translate into significant down time.

It’s simple: the end goal of a DNS provider is to maximize uptime and keep traffic flowing to the site.

DNS Made Easy conducted a survey, which revealed more companies are realizing the difference between free registrar DNS enterprise, low quality IP Anycast DNS, and enterprise DNS. More than 87% of new users have chosen to use DNS Made Easy for its enterprise DNS, fastest speeds and overall uptime.

Demand for redundant and enterprise DNS has skyrocketed with recent amplification attacks hitting an all time high with DNS and the newer NTP amplification. DNS Made Easy’s history in uptime makes us the go-to provider for DNS services.

Plainly said, DNS Made Easy keeps you up-and-running when other services are being brought down by cyber attacks.

In recent DNS outages, large, well-known companies were down. Outages like these recent ones stem from what appear to be DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks. These attacks are geared at taking down websites and causing internet traffic jams. Recent attacks have brought down free unicast DNS services provided by registrars and other IP Anycast DNS services that were not designed to handle the capacity of current DDoS amplification attacks.

That’s a fancy way to say they lost a lot of money.

DNS Made Easy thwarts these attacks with an IP Anycast+ system, which is a network infrastructure, made up multiple geographically distributed points of presence around the world. This routing provides global load balancing, redundancy, decreased latency, and a true distributed response to denial of service (DoS) and DDoS attacks.

A network of this nature is fully redundant allowing traffic to travel the most efficient path to the destination. This creates a multi-level backup system.

In order to properly defend against attacks, be on the offensive and maintain uptime, outsourcing DNS is the best bet. DNS Made Easy has proprietary technologies designed to provide the most accurate and reliable DNS services in the world.

DNS Made Easy constantly researches, upgrades, and redesigns their network to exceed industry standards and insure it can defend against modern security threats. With 100% of network management being handled in-house, DNS Made Easy ensures you receive the highest quality of service possible.

About DNS Made Easy

DNS Made Easy is a subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, and is a world leader in providing global IP Anycast+ enterprise DNS services. DNS Made Easy implemented the industry’s first triple independent Anycast cloud architecture for maximum DNS speed and DNS redundancy. Originally launched in 2002, DNS Made Easy’s services have grown to manage hundreds of thousands of customer domains receiving more than 8.0 billion queries per day. Today, DNS Made Easy builds on a proud history of uptime and is the preferred DNS hosting choice for most major brands, especially companies that compare price and performance of enterprise IP Anycast alternatives.

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Battle of the Strands 2014 Teams Gear Up for Lights, Cameras and Hairspray as Theaters Around the Country Streaming the Show Sell Out

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 01, 2014

Top competitors from renowned hair salons and beauty schools worldwide will soon face-off in the fiercest fight of their careers. On Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. PST at the Silverton Casino’s Veil Theatre, Battle of the Strands 2014 will go live. As anticipation builds and showtime nears, scheduled viewings in over 650 movie theaters are selling out across the country. With a seasoned production team steering the ship and the support great event partners, this contest is sure to leave an indelible mark on the glamour industry.

Battle of the Strands returns to Las Vegas bigger and better than ever. As in previous years, teams will compete live in all areas of beauty, using breakthrough techniques, the hottest consumer trends and top beauty brands including Farouk Systems Inc. – CHI, Millennium Systems International, Ultratress, Kryolan Professional Make-up and Bhumi Makeup Brushes. As the show continues to push the boundaries of hair, makeup, nail art and fashion, the competition raises the bar and expands its reach this year with the final “Battle” being live streamed courtesy of Fathom Events. News of the scheduled theater screenings has created excitement from glamour professionals, beauty enthusiastic and contestant supporters, with multiple sold-out theaters being reported in Texas, Las Vegas, Florida and Arizona.

Veteran Co-Executive Producers Jaki Baskow and Karen Annarino of Baskow and Associates are trusted members of the Live Event Production Team delivering the exciting show to live attendees and theater goers. “I have been producing events in Las Vegas for over 3 decades, and for my first live streamed event to be a multi-cultural expression of beauty and fashion that can be seen in theaters nationwide is simply phenomenal,” states Baskow.

Dubbed the World Cup of Beauty, Battle of the Strands is commanding attention around the globe, and its 2014 international competing teams are a reflection of just that. Finalist international teams are Team Canada, Wanda Montes Salon (Puerto Rico), PTY-2014 (Panama), Team South Africa, MALA (Argentina), Team Jamaica, Team Mexico and Team NeoLive Japan. The US teams are comprised of top salons from around the country including, Kontempo (Omaha, NE), Rose Knows Beauty (Birmingham, AL), Hair Magic Salon (Colchester, CT), Team JAB (Peoria, AZ), Hair Love Magic (Aurora, CO), Trinity of Beauty (Killeen, TX), DNS Gold (Lehigh Acres, FL), Juan Daniel Salon (Chicago, IL) and Red Door Spa (Phoenix, AZ). Student teams are Bellus Academy (San Diego, CA), Studio Academy of Beauty (Chandler, AZ), Avalon School of CosmEtology (Mesa, AZ), Avalon School of CosmEtology (Phoenix, AZ) and SECTA (Henderson, NV).

As excitement mounts, teams and their supporters are very grateful for the live stream of the finale. “My friends and family who can’t make the trip the Las Vegas already have their movie tickets to watch it live,” states Bernardo Lomas of Team JAB. “Even more exciting, is discovering that our preferred movie theaters were all sold out…but it comes as no surprise,” he expounds. “The thought of witnessing an incredible display of work from beauty masters around the world is compelling, and everyone who sees fashion and beauty as important will surely make this engagement a Monday night must,” he concluded.

The competition has also announced the inaugural Battle of the Strands Press Pamper Beauty Suite. From 1 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Lyle Malapit (, Men’s Grooming Expert and Director of Special Events for Battle of the Strands, will oversee an afternoon of beauty and pampering for press, media and talent. Attendees will receive VIP beauty services from Lyle’s team of top stylists, manicurists, facialists and masseurs from around the United States. Brand partners CHI, Hot Tools, Enzo Milano, Kryolan Professional Make-Up, Morgan Taylor Nails, LeChat Nails, GROH, Eleece Beauty, Timid Lashes, BHUMI Makeup Brushes, Red Door/Elizabeth Arden Skincare and Moreno Champagne include several of the brands gifting during the exclusive, glamour suite experience.

About Battle of the Strands: Battle of the Strands showcases the Professional, the Student and the fashionista. This fabulous salon showdown features extreme talents from the US, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico & Japan as they compete against each other on one monumental global stage. Thousands of the industry’s finest enter…hundreds will qualify…but only 16 worldwide teams will make it to Las Vegas. Finally, the fans across the globe will witness the incredible saga of these monarchs of beauty on television for the very first time. For more information, visit

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NetNumber Joins Intel

Lowell, MA (PRWEB) October 07, 2014

NetNumber announced today it has joined the Intel® Network Builders program. NetNumber is joining this cross-industry initiative to spark innovation, reduce development effort, advance open network standards, increase operability, and ultimately, reduce time to market for NFV and SDN solutions. Through the program, members have access to a comprehensive reference architecture library of proven solutions that facilitate the building and optimization of software-defined infrastructure for the network based on today’s operator requirements.

NetNumber provides a common infrastructure called TITAN for all signaling control, policy enforcement and subscriber database services in the network. TITAN drives complexity out of the NFV model by delivering a single platform that integrates directly into the NFV service-orchestration layer supporting multi-protocol signaling-control services, including SS7/C7, DNS/ENUM, SIP and Diameter. TITAN is transforming how operators deliver new high-definition voice and video services to their customers while drastically simplifying the network core and reducing operating costs through either COTS hardware of virtualized architecture deployment options.

“With the introduction of NFV solutions in the core of the network, simplification of the signaling-control layer has become increasingly important for operators,” said Steve Legge, vice president of Corporate Development, NetNumber. “The signaling and control layer deserves particular focus because of the large number of existing silo functions that need to be virtualized, and the critical role these functions play in the network. NetNumber is pleased to join the Intel Network Builders program, and share our expertise in signaling to help accelerate the design and deployment of virtualized solutions.”

Today, TITAN is deployed on more than 350 servers on five continents, and supports more than 200 billion transactions per month.

About NetNumber

NetNumber, Inc. brings 14 years of experience delivering innovative signaling control solutions that enable carriers to accelerate implementation of new services across multiple generations of networks, while dramatically simplifying the core network and reducing operating costs. Today, we are the leading provider of converged signaling, routing and database services to the global communications industry. Visit for more information. Connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and Facebook.

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DNS Made Easy Opens New PoP in Seattle

RESTON, VA (PRWEB) October 07, 2014

DNS Made Easy, the world leader in IP Anycast DNS services, recently completed their initial installation of a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Seattle, Washington.

Seattle is DNS Made Easy’s newest deployed PoP that increases their Mega-PoP list to now 13 facilities with Tokyo, Japan expected to be added in the coming months. The new Seattle PoP is expected to respond to DNS requests for DNS Made Easy customers in the Pacific Northwest area of the United States.

DNS Made Easy network administrators expect the new PoP to cut DNS response times in the region by approximately 30 milliseconds. The reduced time will come in the form of answering DNS requests that would have otherwise been routed to their San Jose servers, which would add response time due to the geographical distance.

The management of DNS Made Easy states that closer proximity servers does not just mean faster speeds. The added infrastructure addition also adds multi-level redundancy architecture, which means less downtime and faster responses.

“At DNS Made Easy we are continuously investing in our core network,” said Steven Job, president of DNS Made Easy, which has a 13-year leading up time, the best in the industry. “A network of this nature is fully redundant allowing traffic to travel the most efficient path to the destination.”

In addition to increasing capacity for the DNS Made Easy West region, the Seattle location makes the 13th city where the company’s DNS is routed. More locations mean a better foundation for the company’s DNS services, e-mail, authentication and authorization, and necessary storage systems and databases.

The DNS Made Easy IP Anycast+ network is a proprietary network infrastructure made up of multiple geographically distributed PoPs around the world connected with DNS Made Easy layer two network.

This routing provides global load balancing, multiple levels of redundancy, decreased latency, and a true distributed response to denial of service (DoS) and DDoS attacks.

“DNS Made Easy has continually been at the DNS forefront during our 12 year history,” Job said. “This can be verified by their top speeds and uptime. We often crush competing services that are exponentially more expensive with faster speeds, higher uptime, and a higher reliability of service.”

“DNS Made Easy is continuing to grow at record-breaking levels and we require a continual investment in the worlds strongest DNS network,” Job added. “DNS Made Easy constantly researches, upgrades, and redesigns their network to exceed industry standards. With 100% of network management being handled in-house, DNS Made Easy can dictate higher standards and better service.”

DNS Made Easy already states that roughly 70% of their traffic they expect to hit Seattle is already hitting their new PoP. They fully expect that near 100% of the Northwestern regional DNS queries to end at the Seattle PoP by the end of the month.

For more information about the Enterprise DNS services of DNS Made Easy, visit

About DNS Made Easy

DNS Made Easy is a subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, and is a world leader in providing global IP Anycast enterprise DNS services. DNS Made Easy implemented the industry’s first triple independent Anycast cloud architecture for maximum DNS speed and DNS redundancy. Originally launched in 2002, DNS Made Easy’s services have grown to manage hundreds of thousands of customer domains receiving more than 8.0 billion queries per day. Today, DNS Made Easy builds on a proud history of uptime and is the preferred DNS hosting choice for most major brands, especially companies that compare price and performance of enterprise IP Anycast alternatives.

Data Center Security Market by VPN, DNS, SSL, Biometrics, HDCCTV, Video Surveillance Projected to $13.77 Billion By 2018 – Report by MarketsandMarkets

(PRWEB) October 12, 2014

The report ” Data Center Security Market [Logical Security (IDS, IPS, DDOS, VPN, DNS, SSL, DLP, UTM, IAM, SIEM, DR, ILM); Physical Security (PSIM, PIAM, Biometrics, HDCCTV, Video Surveillance, Analytics)]: Global Advancements, Forecasts & Analysis – 2018″, defines and segments the global data center security market into various sub-segments with in-depth analysis and forecasting of revenues. It also identifies drivers and restraints for this market with insights into trends, opportunities, and challenges.

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    By Type Of Security Solutions: logical security solutions and physical security solutions
    By End Users And Environments: cloud provider environment, colocation environment
    By Type Of Enterprise Data Center Environments Verticals: Banking and Finance Services Insurance (BFSI), government, public sector and utilities, telecommunication and IT, healthcare and life sciences and other sectors
    By Data Center Facility Size: portable/modular data centers, small data centers, medium data centers, large data centers, mega data centers
    By Geographies: North America (NA), Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe (EU), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Latin America(LA)

The increasing growth of mega data centers globally, along with increased global IT spending and a significant rise in the spending of enterprises for the security solutions is playing a pivotal role in shaping the future of security market for data centers. Even though there is a need of integrated physical as well as logical security solutions for data center security, both the solutions are independently implemented to secure the facility. Major companies are trying to integrate both the security solutions on a single platform for ease of implementation and to reduce the total cost of ownership.

The major forces driving this market are the increasing data traffic and network connections, virtualization of the data centers, increasing cyber-attacks with physical attacks and insider threats. There has been also a significant increase in the growth of mega data centers globally. The current market for IT is also looking at the increased global spending on IT solutions and services with a significant rise in the spending for the security solutions to safeguard vital data and critical IT infrastructure. The data center security solutions and service providers are looking forward to gain a better competitive advantage in this growing market, thereby creating new solutions and intelligent and integrated security platforms for securing the data centers globally.

The global data center security market is expected to grow from $ 6.46 billion to $ 13.77 billion. This represents a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.3%. In the current scenario, BFSI vertical continues to be the largest adapter for data center security solutions followed by Telecom and IT.

In terms of regions, North America is expected to be the biggest market, while Europe and Asia-Pacific (APAC) is expected to grow at a significantly faster pace in the coming years. MarketsandMarkets further expects that the integration and collaboration of physical and logical security solutions into a single platform will further enhance the growth of the market, while ensuring the security compliance and regulatory policies.

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DNS Made Easy Upgrades Infrastructure in San Jose

RESTON, VA (PRWEB) October 14, 2014

DNS Made Easy, the world leader in IP Anycast DNS services, recently completed an infrastructure upgrade in its San Jose point of presence (POP).

The upgrades were finalized last week, and increased the company’s core routing and network infrastructure. The upgrade was necessary to support the company’s Layer 2 network that runs across DNS Made Easy’s worldwide network.

“This new upgrade will help grow our business and provide better services to our clients,” said Steven Job, president of DNS Made Easy, which has a 13-year leading up time, the best in the industry. “At DNS Made Easy we are continuously investing in our core network, and this upgrade part of that plan.”

The upgrades will also better handle the anticipated traffic levels during the next three years. It will also help secure online presence in the case of DDoS attacks.

The San Jose upgrades were also necessary to aid in the inauguration of DNS Made Easy’s launch of its newest Seattle PoP. Clients should expect increases in speed in the Northwestern United States, and increased safety and network redundancy due to the upgrades.

“DNS Made Easy is continuing to grow at record-breaking levels and we require a continual investment in the worlds strongest DNS network,” Job said. “This helps us to hit the goals we have going forward.”

The San Jose location will also support DNS Made Easy’s upcoming expansion in Tokyo, Japan, which is planned for January 2015.

This upgraded routing provides global load balancing, multiple levels of redundancy, decreased latency, and a true distributed response to denial of service (DoS) and DDoS attacks. The system also utilizes the best server location to respond to queries, which results in a faster response time.

“A network of this nature is fully redundant allowing traffic to travel the most efficient path to the destination,” Job said. “This multi-level redundancy architecture means less downtime and faster responses.”

About DNS Made Easy

DNS Made Easy is a subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, and is a world leader in providing global IP Anycast enterprise DNS services. DNS Made Easy implemented the industry’s first triple independent Anycast cloud architecture for maximum DNS speed and DNS redundancy. Originally launched in 2002, DNS Made Easy’s services have grown to manage hundreds of thousands of customer domains receiving more than 8.0 billion queries per day. Today, DNS Made Easy builds on a proud history of uptime and is the preferred DNS hosting choice for most major brands, especially companies that compare price and performance of enterprise IP Anycast alternatives.

Tallac Delivers SDN Cloud-Managed Networks for Branch Offices and SMB Customers

San Francisco, CA and Dusseldorf, Germany (PRWEB) October 14, 2014

Tallac Networks, a pioneer in SDN cloud-managed networks, will showcase an SMB branch office virtualization and orchestration solution at the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Dusseldorf, Germany. Tallac’s cloud-managed network solution enables businesses of any size to easily and securely create branch office networks that connect remote employees and their applications. In addition, Tallac will showcase orchestration of 3rd party network function virtualization (NFV) services including Brocade’s Vyatta 5400 vRouter and open-source pfSense Firewall supporting both VPN and firewall services from a single Tallac cloud dashboard.

A growing distributed workforce, coupled with the proliferation of mobile devices and cloud applications, are putting unprecedented demands on business networks. Small-to-medium businesses are limited in their ability to meet these demands based on today’s complex and expensive wide-area network (WAN) solutions. Tallac enables Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to deliver turnkey, cost-effective cloud-managed LAN services targeting SMB customers.

“Our clinics are highly complex mobile operations involving hundreds of volunteers. We are expected to quickly get our support networks set up and working at a wide range of facilities from fairgrounds in the desert to a tent camp supporting homeless vets,” said Mike Whaley, Vice President and IT Manager, California CareForce. “The Tallac networking solutions are one of the few things we don’t worry about. They just work,” continued Whaley.

Tallac enables MSPs to deliver managed LAN networking services that eliminate the need for multiple individual appliance-based solutions:

Virtual Branch Office: Create centralized, cloud-managed distributed LANs in minutes

Virtual Network Services: Deliver cloud VPN, firewall, content filtering, and DHCP/DNS services from a single dashboard

SDN Applications: Simplify applications for business owners to deliver customizable web experiences

“Traditionally, branch office networking solutions have been all about deploying single purpose, proprietary appliances to a physical location,” said Bill Johnson, co-founder and President of Tallac. “We realized that networking needs to be about securely connecting people and applications from anywhere based on centralized corporate policies and not proprietary appliances. Tallac is re-inventing how software defined networks extend from the data center to the corporate local-area network (LAN) — an entirely new way to cloud-manage network virtualization and orchestration of enterprise LANs,” continued Johnson.

About Tallac Networks

Tallac is an SDN solutions company empowering managed service providers to design and deploy campus network virtualization solutions and enabling partners to innovate unlimited SDN application possibilities.

For more information regarding products, partner programs or our evaluation program, email Tallac at info(at)tallac(dot)com or +1-916.575.6350

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ICANN Registrar Web Werks Launches Reseller platform

Mumbai, India (PRWEB) October 14, 2014

The ISP Program unlocks unlimited sales potential with a wide array of web infrastructure products that businesses can, both, resell to their ISP channel as well as retail to customers.

As an Infrastructure Service Provider (ISP), the WWWengine platform works for ISPs to market end to end solutions to retail customers, small to medium enterprises as well as large corporations.

ISPs can resell the following infrastructure products:

Domain Registration: With over 150 Top Level Domains from across the globe to choose from, our ISPs can help their customers to easily find a name that suits their business, the countries that they do business in.
Premium Domains: Allow your customers to get their business a short, memorable and brand-able domain, that has been previously registered. Premium Domains instantly improve your customer’s business search engine worth.
Domains Whois Privacy: Allow your customers to protect their identity online from abuse with the Domains Whois Privacy products. Help customers shield themselves from spam and other types of abuse, by safeguarding their contact details displayed in domain Whois searches.
Domains Monetization: Allow your customers undeveloped domains to pay them money back, by choosing your Coming Soon Parking, Domains Parking and Sell Domains products. Selecting these products displays advertisements on their domains and earn from clicks on these advertisements.
Enterprise DNS: Our Domain Forwarding, Mail Forwarding, Managed DNS products offer you an industry highest 99.9999% uptime and full DDOS Protection. Our Global IP Anycast network is spread across 17 different geographical locations, using Tier 1 providers such as Level3, Global, Crossing, NTT, Tinet, Deutsche Telekom, Tata. This allows our DNS products to be accessible to visitors from the closest data center to their location.
Globalsign SSL Certificates: GlobalSign SSL is global leader in SSL technology. GlobalSign SSL certificates come with an incredible feature set including having a maximum root strength of 2048-bits, a single certificate securing both the domain as well as the www part of the domain, ability to purchase/renew certificates upto 5 years, getting certificates issued in minutes. We offer the entire range of SSL certificates to secure your your Customer websites.
SiteLock Website Malware scanning, website content acceleration and PCI Compliance: With our SiteLock products, your customers can drastically increase the speed of their website through our global Content Delivery Network (CDN), keep their website protected from malware, hacking attempts, and get PCI compliant to accept credit cards on their website.

To know more about us:

See our Products
View the features of our WWWengine platform
Review our Pricing and Signup as an ISP is running exciting promotions through this festive season that we wouldn’t want you miss out on. Visit us to view these and start reselling.

Media Contact:

Saurabh Pande

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+91.9699828121 (India)


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