Advanced collaboration technology
HP Inc. has unveiled new devices and solutions designed to enhance collaboration and creation experiences so people can work and create wherever they are.
Continuing to build on the recent launch of HP Presence, HP has added new features for better video conferencing experiences. People can now enhance their onscreen image to personalise how they show up in meetings with the Appearance Filter, while the myHP application provides a single dashboard to control and customise their PC experience – like applying video settings across their conferencing apps with a single click.
HP has also made its advanced collaboration technology available across more of its portfolio, including the EliteBook 800 G9 Series PCs, EliteBook 1000 G9 Series PC, ZBook Firefly G9, and Z40c and Z34c G3 Curved Displays, and newest Elite Dragonfly PCs.
Taking workforce collaboration to a whole new level, HP has expanded its portfolio of Elite Dragonfly devices, delivering on customer demand for premium mobile devices when it comes to hybrid work. These devices drive progress towards increasing sustainability with recycled magnesium, aluminium and ocean bound plastics.
The HP E24m, E27m, and E34m Conferencing Monitors deliver authentic face-to-face meetings. Features include a 5MP tiltable privacy webcam, improved lighting sensors, Windows Hello login, noise-cancelling mics, and front-firing speakers. Meeting over 200 quality benchmarks, these monitors are also Zoom Certified. When moving between spaces, users can simply connect their entire set up via one USB-C cable for a clutter-free desk.
High lumens 3LCD projectors
Epson is poised to reveal its newest generation of compact, efficient and ultra-lightweight 20,000 lumens 3LCD projectors at ISE in February 2022.
The new EB-PU1000 series builds on the success of Epson’s EB-L1070U series and includes 6,000, 7,000, 8,500 and 10,000 lumen variants offering WUXGA resolution with 4K enhancement, HDR and advanced installation features. The new EB-L700 series offers a brightness range from 5,200 – 7,000 lumens white and Colour Light Output (CLO) and includes advanced installation and connectivity. It also comes with a new short-throw model. Key features of the new range include reduced size and weight, easier installation and set-up, simplified maintenance, great image quality and genuine eco-advantages.
BlackBerry launches XDR service
BlackBerry has announced a major update to its BlackBerry Guard managed detection and response (MDR) service to now deliver a managed extended detection and response (XDR) service. This new functionality is achieved through a partnership with Exabeam, a leader in next-generation SIEM that powers security teams with analytics-driven insights to uncover, investigate and resolve threats.
The BlackBerry Guard managed XDR solution provides coverage beyond endpoints by seamlessly integrating Cylance AI-powered BlackBerry Optics, BlackBerry Persona, BlackBerry Gateway, and BlackBerry Protect solutions with Exabeam Fusion SIEM and XDR solutions. BlackBerry customers will benefit from BlackBerry solutions and the Exabeam security analytics and automation platform for high-fidelity alerts and cross-tool threat hunting services that automatically correlate data from mobile devices, servers, users and networks to quickly detect potential threats in real-time, visible from a single console.
With Guard 2.0, BlackBerry’s managed XDR analysts and threat prevention experts work as an extension of customers’ security and IT teams, providing around-the-clock multi-regional support, compliance and monitoring and responding to threats directly when necessary. This integration introduces telemetry to the BlackBerry analyst portal so that customers can defend against the evolving threat landscape. With Guard 2.0, customers can choose a single service offering that combines Guard’s managed XDR services on top of the BlackBerry Cyber Suite products and Exabeam solutions – all in one package.
Security from code to cloud
Tenable has added new cloud-native security capabilities to its platform. Coming on the heels of its acquisition of Accurics, Tenable.cs enables organisations to accelerate innovation by aligning development, operational and security teams behind security and resiliency goals.
With the release of Tenable.cs, Tenable will help organisations protect the full cloud-native stack throughout the DevOps lifecycle, from the time applications and infrastructure are defined in code through production usage. Tenable.cs scans Infrastructure as Code (IaC) to detect and remediate any flaws, policy violations and potential breach paths before provisioning to the cloud infrastructure.