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BlackBerry is getting out of hardware for good. While the company will continue to license its Android implementation and communications suite, it is outsourcing design and manufacturing for any future devices – assuming there are any.
With a solid WLAN foundation, Cisco is directing its efforts on enabling business outcomes with its DNA architecture based on wireless connectivity and Connected Mobility Experience. DNA is an ambitious strategy that will appeal to some customers.
IBM introduced Project DataWorks, an IBM Bluemix cloud offering designed to unite diverse data professionals and disparate data silos within a single, collaborative, self-service data integration environment.
SD-WAN isn’t just a hot new technology; it represents an improved way of thinking about branch office networking that relies on automation to carry out what IT intends and not simply what IT specifies.
We evaluate six big data technology providers seeking to deliver enterprise IoT platform services via the public cloud and uncover their true points of differentiation beyond basic economies of scale and freemium pricing models.
Now as part of Raytheon-owned Forcepoint, the Stonesoft NGFW line has a chance to stand out. Uptime and effectiveness in distributed deployments remain solid, but a slow rebuild of its post-Intel marketing efforts has slowed its forward momentum.
Security product integration frameworks herald a new era of security data sharing and third-party product interoperability. This report examines early market leaders and why SPIFs will influence which security products enterprises choose to buy.
Microsoft will consolidate its multiple API libraries associated with .NET development, quietly announcing plans for a unified API library, .NET Standard.
NICE launches EVOLVE WFM, a workforce management offer to help smaller contact centers automate their operations. EVOLVE WFM comes to market with key features to manage and monitor agent efficiency, but NICE must build traction with SMBs.
Extreme Networks is acquiring Zebra’s WLAN for $55 million and is expected to close in Q4 2016.Zebra’s wireless business and wireless security will augment Extreme’s existing offerings.
Oracle SOA Suite 12c focuses on DevOps productivity through runtime optimization and a single platform for quickly downloading Oracle’s entire developer stack, alongside increased attention on cloud, mobile, and IoT integration.
Juniper’s QFX5100 is certified to interoperate with VMware’s NSX assuring enterprises customers an SDN over Juniper’s networking will be seamless and reliable but integration with VMware products are positive, albeit incremental, improvements.
Oracle’s recommitment to mobile and platform services opens up exciting opportunities for the company in emerging app development architectures including microservices and ‘function as a service.’
Cisco wants to offer security from the cloud to the endpoint, but lacks a strong play on mobile devices. MobileIron could fill that gap, and its in-line data security gateway would be a good technological and strategic match with Cisco.
Having established its reputation as a major short-list hyperconverged solutions vendor, SimpliVity has focused on developing its brand and product features, just as the market for hyperconverged solutions becomes ever more competitive.
Cisco and Salesforce plan to work together to integrate their portfolios. The partnership has the potential to leverage Cisco Spark as a platform that provides predictive and personalized customer experiences via Salesforce Einstein.
Google is taking on PaaS competitors Amazon, Microsoft and IBM with API management technology that addresses top of mind DevOps issues, including management of internal APIs and improving latency.
Unify’s OpenScape suite is part of an extensive collaboration and communication portfolio from Unify and the wider Atos group; however, OpenScape remains a less familiar brand in the North American market when compared to more established rivals.
Oracle’s numerous developer-oriented announcements seek to reestablish its leadership role as an app platform provider, but roadmap details show Oracle is still playing catch-up.
Juniper has not abandoned WLAN, but instead built technology partnerships to fill the gap while seeking partners for its Open Converged Framework (OCF). One OCF partner, Aruba, is now part of HP. Juniper needs a new plan.