New Products of the Week 5.2.16

New products of the week

New products of the week

Our roundup of intriguing new products. Read how to submit an entry to Network World’s products of the week slideshow.

CloudJumper nWorkspace

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Key features: CloudJumper nWorkspace is a comprehensive Workspace as a Service platform for SMBs and the enterprise that simplifies IT while expanding access to desktops, software applications, data, and entire workspaces from any device or location. Users have access to thousands of applications or can add their own applications with ease using the platform. The fully packaged WaaS platform offers customers a choice of licensing models for greater flexibility and lower costs, including named user and concurrent user licensing options. More info.

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IBM Offers Advice on How to Secure Blockchain in the Cloud

Cloud providers hosting blockchain secure transactions technology should take additional steps to protect their records, IBM says.

IBM’s new¬†framework for securely operating blockchain networks, released Friday, recommends that network operators make it easy to audit their operating environments and use optimized accelerators for hashing — the generation of numbers from strings of text — and the creation of digital signatures to pump up CPU performance.¬†

Along with the security guidelines, IBM announced new cloud-based blockchain services designed to meet existing regulatory and security requirements. The company has worked with security experts to create cloud services for “tamper-resistant” blockchain networks, it said.

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