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Zimbra (formerly Telligent) goes after the enterprise with an entirely new philosophy true to its roots in open source that combines social networking with newly acquired collaboration tools (e-mail, calendar sharing and chat).
Kony emphasizes the importance of code-free, cloud based options for mobile app development via a new version of Kony Visualizer, as more business analysts are under pressure to deliver mobile apps.
A10’s Thunder and AX application delivery controllers combine a strong set of features with a single license and low cost compared to competitors. However, supporting two different product lines will cause confusion in the market.
Cisco has significantly improved its WebEx user interface, introduced a new personal meeting room service, and added interoperability with other conferencing systems to better compete with the many new entrants that potentially threaten its domain.
The FCC found that Marriott International jammed a consumer’s WiFi hotspot in its Gaylord Opryland convention center. The question is whether this common technique puts other companies at risk from the FCC.
Citrix NetScaler packages a variety of features into a versatile appliance and offers a flexible licensing model that can adapt to most enterprise data center and cloud computing needs. Close partnership with Cisco opens more opportunities.
FireEye added Apple Mac OS X and iOS to the list of endpoints it protects with its MVX targeted attack detection engine, but it will have to work to educate potential buyers that these endpoints are more vulnerable than they think.
Sophos acquired Mojave Networks to fill in a key missing SaaS deployment option for its secure web gateway and boost its fledgling Sophos Cloud business, but finding anybody who has heard of Mojave is like trying to find water in the desert.
There is no “one size fits all” in unified communications. Customers need to make tough calls and sort out what truly matters. In order to get the most from solutions, they should stop focusing on fashion and concentrate instead on substance.
VCE’s announcement of three new Vblock systems is an appropriate response to the growing interest in converged infrastructure solutions for high-performance applications through faster storage options in the 200-, 500-, and 700-series Vblocks.
The collaboration and communications market is seeing an influx of solutions that enhance productivity, reduce human latency, and provide better engagement across the enterprise; however, integration remains a work in progress for many vendors.
HP will split into two companies with HP Inc. serving PCs and printers with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise in the enterprise and services space. The split is a bigger disruption for Wall Street than it will be for competitors in the enterprise space.
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