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With growth slowing in Cisco’s security unit, its top executive was handed a blank check to grow the security business. The first visible investment – the acquisition of Cognitive Security – will be rolled into the SecureX architecture.
Intel's server and switch reference architectures give OEMs guidance on building computing appliances suited for technologies such as network function virtualization and OpenFlow.
TIBCO has opened up new, global cloud channels for TIBCO tibbr, partnering with European provider, KPN, and expanding its Amazon AWS Marketplace presence. But such reliance upon external partners leaves little room for TIBCO-hosted opportunities.
With both ONS and OpenStack going on simultaneously this week, and both espousing open APIs and transparency, the irony of having to choose one over the other represents to a degree the disparity between networking and apps in enterprises today.
Avaya's new VSP 4000 switch and conversion kit turning an ERS 4800 into a VSP 4000 bring the company’s Fabric Connect out to access layer stackable switches. As Avaya adds VENA to platforms in 2013, the company will challenge OpenFlow networks.
Salesforce.com is looking to expand its SaaS success into mobility through a quick-start app platform and an enviable channel program that will help it quickly penetrate the enterprise.
TIBCO continues to push middleware and business analytics into broader markets, emphasizing predictive analytics that can turn data into actionable insights.
TIBCO is offering customers greater access to its new mobile platform through its community site, which houses TIBCO’s flagship technologies, but questions remain on how the product will evolve and integrate with other TIBCO platforms.
VMware continues to play in the lightweight application infrastructure market via vFabric, a component of its PaaS Cloud Foundry, which is the precursor to its commercial hybrid cloud, vCloud.
Wearable computers capable of augmenting our reality are on their way into the enterprise, both multiplying devices to be managed and forever changing the nature of collaboration itself. But is augmented reality a dangerous development?
New mobile app platform services by computing leaders Salesforce.com and HP emphasize the agility of cloud-based services over traditional cumbersome methods.
Symantec described its strategy to streamline its business and kick-start growth at the moribund company through better integration and innovation in its Symantec 4.0 initiative, but the devil is in the execution details, which are still to come.
Brocade's HyperEdge aims to simplify management and add resiliency to wired and wireless networks. The company is starting to deliver products (announced in 2012) which bring it to parity with the competition.
Aruba added mobile application management to its year-old MDM solution to combine NAC, MDM and MAM in a single management system. Wait, isn’t Aruba a WLAN vendor?
Tablet use in the enterprise has given rise to the practice of storing sensitive documents in the public cloud. As enterprise IT begins to address this latest security threat, it’s important to keep it simple for both the end user and IT.
Mobile content management startup Averail will take on MCM big dogs such as SAP with an offering that lets IT control and audit content in SharePoint, Dropbox and more while preserving the user experience. Now, can it get anyone’s attention?
Extreme’s Open Fabric Edge brings the company closer to parity with competitors, but lacking a broader portfolio suite keeps the company from controlling its own destiny.
OpenDaylight, founded by 18 vendors, hopes to deliver open source SDN initially consisting of a controller, an overlay network and APIs. The software forms a common SDN base which can be enhanced. It is a promising start, but success isn’t a given.
With the launch of a new data center in Germany, IBM SmartCloud for Social Business can now more readily match both regional governance requirements and growing demands for a globally scalable, public SaaS collaboration portfolio.
Juniper’s core switch, the EX9200, meets high capacity needs, but there’s no upgrade path from the EX8200 and the future of QFabric is uncertain. A virtualized WLAN controller and converged management points to a company adapting to market demands.