Scott Raynovich
Founder and Chief Analyst, Futuriom

R. Scott Raynovich is the Founder and Chief Analyst of Futuriom. He has been a technology editor, analyst, and publisher for two decades. He was previously the Founder and Principal of the Rayno Report. He has also served as the editor in chief of Light Reading, where worked for nine years. Raynovich has also served as Investment Editor at Red Herring, where he started the New York Bureau and helped build the original Redherring.com website. He has won several industry awards, including an Editor & Publisher award for Best Business Blog, and his analysis has been featured by prominent media outlets including NPR, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and the San Jose Mercury News.

Posts (3)

Aruba Unplugged

IoT Security – The Next Frontier for SD-WAN

With more employees working remotely, SD-WAN will continue to be the platform for connecting users securely and directly to applications wherever they reside. Read More

Tags:

  • Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN
  • IoT
  • SASE
  • SD-WAN
  • Security
  • Zero Trust Security

Partner Views

Why SD-WAN and Secure SD-Branch are Converging

Call it what you want – SD-WAN, SD-branch, or SD-Edge – it will give enterprise network managers and end-users a new range of flexible, diverse services. Read More

Tags:

  • SASE
  • SD-Branch
  • SD-WAN

Partner Views

Desperately Seeking SASE: SD-WAN and Security Converge

SD-WAN is becoming a cloud-programmable platform for security and SASE components. It’s the swiss-army knife for the enterprise edge. Read More

Tags:

  • SASE
  • SD-WAN