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Cisco is building upon its well-established Cisco WebEx Cloud with a hybrid approach.
WSO2’s updated SOA technologies, including ESB and CEP, improve its app platform standing. Moreover, they will eventually strengthen its PaaS efforts, which are under threat by better-known open source rivals.
Mobility is a major driver of technology today as companies scramble to meet the needs of users working from remote locations. Robots could very well serve as feasible endpoints to further expand our definition and perception of mobility systems.
The main benefit from SDN is that managing devices via the CLI will come to an end. Still, putting the final nail in that particular coffin will require vendors and administrators to think differently.
McAfee delivered its answer to malware sandboxing in the new Advanced Threat Defense appliance based on its ValidEdge acquisition while continuing to advance its integration story and fine-tune its channel program.
Client management tool vendor Kaseya will take on leading mobile containerization vendors such as Good Technology with its new Kaseya BYOD Suite, but it is better positioned to address mid-sized enterprises and MSPs, its sweet spot.
Amid constant pressure from the U.S. federal government, Huawei has decided to exit the U.S. market. Huawei continues to enhance its product lines supporting cloud computing and SDN, but we question its ability to compete globally.
Dell’s new products are capable and on par with competitors’ campus LAN switches. The differentiator will come when enterprises adopt SDN in the campus: Dell’s N and C-Series switches will be ready.
Juniper shifted its mobile security strategy to focus on its strength in SSL VPN and NAC integrated deeply with leading MDM solutions to better secure employee devices in the enterprise and enable per-app VPN through an SDK. Still, is it too late?
Aruba Networks addresses enterprise needs with advances such as 802.11ac support, ClientMatch WLAN performance, ClearPass access management, and Aruba Central cloud management. A strong partner program makes Aruba a competitor not to be ignored.
Jive Software’s Social Business Software is firing on all cylinders thanks to a maturing feature set focusing on mobility, analytics, and line-of-business application integration.
Alcatel-Lucent introduces its Cloud-Optimized Metro solution, capabilities generally existing in its portfolio, but beneficial, nonetheless. The programmable 100G/200G module is new (and unique) and should greatly reduce 100G connection costs.
Alcatel-Lucent leverages a recent Bell Labs metro traffic report and analysis to anchor new portfolio additions to address the trends noted in the study; maps the IP, optical and SDN product roadmaps to meet network scale and agility needs.
IBM continues to refine IBM Connections, bringing desktop and mobile closer together, investing in cloud development, and improving file sharing capabilities.
Public cloud and managed communications services have been increasing in popularity over the past 24 months as a solution to the growing complexity of IT applications and growing cost pressures in IT departments. This report reviews the market trends and driving forces for communications related public cloud and managed services.
Red Hat’s second release of its private on-premises PaaS continues to broaden support for popular developer languages and simplify IT hardware integration tasks, but integration with advanced database and mobile services remains a slow process.
Security is a top driver fueling the nearly $1 billion market for enterprise mobility management. But regional differences uncovered in the Current Analysis enterprise mobility survey will favor some vendors and hinder others.
Kony is significantly augmenting the KonyOne Platform in Q4 2013 by making it available as a PaaS complemented by development lifecycle integration, keeping the leading pure-play competitive with mobile solutions from rivals SAP and IBM.
Tableau Software is rolling out its 8.1 update, expanding both the visual and programmatic language spoken by its flagship data visualization product. However, lingering product limitations leave the company vulnerable to attack.
Campus LAN SDN doesn’t get the same exposure as data center, but there is as much benefit in the campus as anywhere. Before you dive into 2014 acquisitions, be sure to get an update on your vendor’s product roadmap.