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Six months after HPE split from HP Inc., the company is spinning out its Enterprise Services business and merging it with CSC. The deal will pose some near-term integration challenges but in the long run CSC gains the scale it needs.
Juniper’s new EX2300 and EX3200 switches brings Fusion port extension capabilities to mid-tier rack and compact access switches making Enterprise Fusion more compelling - once it’s generally available.
Brocade announced its Workflow Composer, based on its acquisition of StackStorm and a large number of open source integration packages available on GitHub. Workflow Composer is a solid addition to Brocade’s product line.
Cisco Meraki launched its first cloud-managed VoIP phone integrated with the Meraki cloud portal, including the PBX in the cloud and gateway services to the PSTN. The voice capability targets VoIP providers in the SMB space.
IBM is leveraging Mendix’s high-productivity rapid app development (RAD) tools to address LoB users’ needs and prompt further interest in IBM’s high-value services like Watson.
Now a private company with a brand new executive team, Informatica has introduced a new, productized data management use case for marketing that represents a change of direction away from pure IT and toward business buyers.
Cisco and VMware have been competing over SDN in the data center to the detriment to both of those companies and their customers. Hints are afoot that Cisco and VMware are exploring integration and that would be a welcome change.
Brocade has solid integration with OpenStack and VMware’s NSX, but lacks a multi-gig ToR switch with 25 and 50 Gbps ports. Brocade’s focus on fabric has won it customers around the globe, but hasn’t shown it can win in a competitive SDN market.
At Google I/O last week, the notion of machine learning quite literally slipped the surly bonds of big data to shine as a foundation upon which both Google and its partners can build thinking apps. But, what does this mean for the enterprise?
NICE Systems plans to acquire contact center specialist inContact, bringing together advanced analytics with a broad spectrum of contact center capabilities. The result is a potentially powerful solution that streamlines customer interactions.
Intel Security’s IPS line has made big leaps forward on throughput, virtualization support, and signature-less detection. However, the product line is hindered somewhat by its legacy support commitments and brand identity issues.
Lenovo is focused on delivering its converged systems to the market, which includes the RackSwitch and Flex System switches tightly coupled to compute and storage. Lenovo will continue to integrate with partners on physical and virtual networking.
SAP HANA Cloud Platform is better optimized to extend and customize SAP’s existing business suite apps, as well as increase its developer opportunities for the massive Apple market.
TIBCO is offering its integration technologies through new DevOps-oriented cloud services, which feature API services and BusinessWorks Container Edition, all in support of continuous delivery.
At its annual SAPPHIRE NOW user conference, SAP announced a significant product rebranding and restructuring effort that promises to at last lend some stability and simplicity to what had become a complex and movable analytics portfolio.
Alphabet’s Google Spaces may help the company address the team collaboration market; however, without investment, its consumer-like functionality reinforces the criticism that Alphabet simply recycles its consumer products for enterprise use.
By extending its cloud-based malware sandboxing and file-sanitization capabilities to Office 365, Check Point is responding to growing customer demand and pushing back against earlier, more comprehensive offerings from Microsoft and Trend Micro.
A significant number of companies have implemented MADP projects, and are now looking to launch development initiatives that incorporate IoT, according to new Current Analysis research.
MADP implementation are well underway among global companies surveyed by Current Analysis. Next on the enterprise agenda is adoption of IoT development tools and platforms, and vendors that can’t deliver risk losing out to homegrown options.
Progress Software consolidates digital marketing with its MADP, RAD and PaaS portfolio, leveraging Sitefinity to complement Telerik with CMS.