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Red Hat remains on its path to open hybrid cloud computing, making JBoss Fuse Service Works’ lightweight integration platform now available as an xPaaS service on OpenShift, along with JBoss A-MQ, to improve integration and messaging.
Furthering its commitment to the Hadoop data platform, Oracle has released a new, end-to-end big data solution designed to serve as a single user experience for Hadoop, covering data location, exploration, transformation, and discovery.
Cisco continues to lead the enterprise switch market with product diversity and advanced technology across its campus switching, including the new modules for the Catalyst 6800 and proprietary support for 2.5 and 5G Ethernet.
Extreme Networks continues to integrate Enterasys’ products and is getting high-profile wins, raising awareness in the market. The company faces stiff competition from more diverse competitors that can offer broader solutions.
Google has at last launched its Android for Work program, prioritizing Android devices within the workplace through the separation of personal and professional data profiles, but don’t look for Google to secure this data all on its own.
HP’s campus switching is a workhorse and enjoys the number two spot in market share, featuring OpenFlow on over 50 products, but new products and feature sets from the competition keep coming.
IBM wants to elevate enterprises’ mobile application opportunities via advanced security and personalization/location capabilities, made simpler by accessing hybrid cloud for data storage and platform services, including API services.
Avaya’s Open SDN Fx roadmap launches the company into the SDN market. The roadmap includes a SDN controller, a network appliance for IP devices, and the ability to extend the SDN over any L3 network. Products will be available by H2 2015.
IBM is taking aim at enterprises’ enormous backlog of mobile application development projects via MobileFirst v7’s automated data storage, enhanced security, and sophisticated personalization of B2C apps including location services.
Aspect Software’s EQ WFO 8.1 announcement signals the company is back on track toward an industry-leading position as a WFO software provider after much company turmoil triggered by acquisitions, executive turnover and financial uncertainty.
GoodData wants to be the Netflix of analytics with a new set of tools aimed at guided data discovery and self-service data assembly, both informed by a crowdsourced insights-as-a-service analytical engine built upon collected best practices.
HP and Accton have formed a joint venture to bring an HP-branded ToR leaf and spine switch to the web-scale data center market. HP will use its worldwide channel and global technical services to address the demands of high-performance customers.
The Current Analysis Enterprise Investment Plans study shows that the majority of businesses are still in the evaluation stage of big data projects, unsure yet what to do. The potential is daunting, driving both offensive and defensive thinking.
Many companies today look for feedback via a post-contact survey. This can be a useful source of input, but often these surveys focus on the behavior of the contact person rather than the relationship between the customer and the company itself.
MuleSoft’s API-led approach to mobile app development is a welcome addition to its traditional Anypoint Platform, but the vendor is challenged to face off with emerging API and MBaaS vendors viewed as ‘modern’ and forward-looking comparatively.
Progress Software is betting big on application development framework technology via its acquisition of Telerik, which released a new platform that aims to challenge Salesforce1 Lightning.
Global storage systems giant Hitachi Data Systems announced its intent to acquire open source data and analytics player Pentaho with the aim of creating a solution-complete data supply chain oriented toward the Internet of Things.
Meru’s XPress Cloud WLAN offering is a low-cost cloud service for deploying and managing APs via the cloud, but is less feature-rich than competitive offerings. Managed service providers can brand the portal, creating a recurring revenue stream.
3CLogic, a provider of cloud contact center solutions, has enhanced its offering by adopting WebRTC to simplify multichannel customer engagement and enable internet-based customer interactions without the use of traditional carrier networks.
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