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DellWorld marked the one-year anniversary of Dell going private. CEO Michael Dell chose to not talk about revenue but instead took the opportunity to revel in the upswing in the PC business and articulate the direction of the enterprise business.
Red Hat has finally integrated flagship JBoss Fuse and A-MQ integration/messaging technology with private PaaS OpenShift Enterprise, but the open source cloud offering has been overshadowed of late by Cloud Foundry’s growing ecosystem.
Unify OpenScape Voice offers carrier-class scalability and reliability plus a variety of deployment and configuration options. However, Unify’s OpenScape 4000 platform overlaps with OpenScape Voice, which may cause some positioning difficulties.
Following a dramatic scaled-down corporate restructure in 2012, Progress strives to strengthen its mobile and platform services offerings, punctuated with the acquisition of Telerik.
Software AG’s focus on advanced infrastructure technologies, e.g., in-memory computing, analytics and integration technologies, set the stage for webMethods Integrated Cloud.
If data is a natural resource, not unlike oil or coal, then why do companies let it stagnate in data lakes, data warehouses and Hadoop clusters instead of letting it both infuse and fuel everyday systems of record and engagement?
Avaya is eyeing opportunities in the mid-market as well as mid-sized enterprises doubling scalability and simplifying management, however this creates overlap within the Avaya portfolio.
With demand for advanced cloud security soaring, IBM is launching a new practice to protect workloads in on-demand environments. Though aimed primarily at SoftLayer clients, the solution set can also protect data on third-party platforms.
Brocade is enhancing its switch line with the ICX 7740 and offering distributed stacking of devices over optical on the ICX 7750 platform, support for OpenFlow 1.3, and increased integration with Microsoft Lync and Aruba management software.
Symantec repackaged and rebranded its Enterprise Mobility Management suite again, bringing a greater level of integration across a series of acquired technologies and more deployment flexibility. Growth momentum continues to accelerate.
Aruba sets the pace in location services with Mobile Engagement, which offers branding, location services, and indoor maps in an integrated offering. Beacons, coming in Q1 2015, offer advanced beacon management and customer engagement apps.
Midokura released its MidoNet SDN as an open source project under the Apache 2.0 license. Midokura has 18 partners supporting the project, but the depth of that support is unknown. MidoNet will compete with other open source projects for developers.
Unify OpenScape Contact Center Suite, comprised of Agile, Enterprise, Campaign Director, and OpenScape Cloud solutions, provides a choice of strong applications including mobility, social media, collaboration, and disaster recovery.
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