Infoblox to showcase DDI solutions at GISEC

GISEC will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 9-11 June 2014

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Infoblox to showcase DDI solutions at GISEC Cherif Sleiman, general manager, Middle East at Infoblox said that the company has the largest global installed base of DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) appliances and is making concerted efforts to bring its rich experience and technology to the Middle East.
By  Helen Gaskell Published  June 8, 2014

Automated network control company, Infoblox has announced its participation at the Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (GISEC 2014) in association with its partner Help AG.

The company will be demonstrating its DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI) solutions at the conference which will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 9-11 June, 2014.

Cherif Sleiman, general manager, Middle East at Infoblox said, "Today, the network is the business, but most organisations struggle to gain control in today's highly dynamic technology environment. Too many networks are fragile, composed of single points of failure and highly vulnerable to attacks, and they must be managed manually at the cost of significant human effort. All of these factors conspire to increase cost and risk and reduce business agility. By introducing a few key technologies from Infoblox into the network, enterprises can make a significant improvement in their ability to manage it."

"Infoblox has the largest global installed base of DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) appliances and we are making concerted efforts to bring our rich experience and technology to the Middle East in order to help regional enterprises enhance the security and reliability of their networks in the face of trends like mobility, cloud and virtualisation, IT consolidation, software-defined networking and IPv6 transition which are throwing up new challenges to controlling networks."

The company will be demonstrating how its technologies can deliver four capabilities for controlling enterprise networks: centralised management of critical network services; automation of Layer 2 and 3 network infrastructure; network security through DNS firewalling capability and; visibility to support sound decision making through an authoritative database of the rich discovery information and all network interactions coupled with advanced reporting capabilities.

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