In Pictures: Fave raves - 33 tech pros share their favourite IT products

What IT pros like, in their own words

Why it's a favorite: “I love the StealthWatch system for several reasons: low impact on network bandwidth (NetFlow); easy integration with existing network infrastructure; security analytics provide intelligence from reams of data and are second to none; visualization and mapping for non-technical audience or NOC screens; and correlation of identity with network behavior. We were able to quickly deploy the StealthWatch solution and get essential and efficient visibility into WAN behavior, as well as baked-in security intelligence. We were able to use it to demonstrate visibility and contextual monitoring of PCI data flows. StealthWatch is now an integral component of our security, compliance and NOC toolkits.”

Years in IT: 18

Upcoming IT projects: “Consolidating multiple domains and focusing on data protection.”

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