Analysis Reports provided by Current Analysis, Inc.
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A significant number of companies have implemented MADP projects, and are now looking to launch development initiatives that incorporate IoT, according to new Current Analysis research.
MADP implementation are well underway among global companies surveyed by Current Analysis. Next on the enterprise agenda is adoption of IoT development tools and platforms, and vendors that can’t deliver risk losing out to homegrown options.
Progress Software consolidates digital marketing with its MADP, RAD and PaaS portfolio, leveraging Sitefinity to complement Telerik with CMS.
Software AG’s sharpened focus on advanced infrastructure technologies (e.g., analytics, and integration) successfully supports the significant growth in its Digital Business Platform.
TIBCO partners with middleware rivals, including SAP and Pivotal to refine its technology focus, including Cloud Foundry provisioning and SAP HANA integration, trying to remain competitive in a highly volatile application platforms market.
IBM is doubling down on incident response by applying its Watson cognitive technology to threat detection and incident response, but the offering is little more than a query database and won’t help enterprises address complex security incidents.
Highlights from the 2016 London IT Security Analyst & CISO Forum include the rationale behind FireEye’s dramatic transformation, the differences between software security vendors, and the distributed cryptography startup that may soon turn heads.
Kevin Mandia will replace Dave DeWalt as FireEye CEO, adding more moving parts to the company’s complex transition from point-product vendor to a provider of cloud-based defense and subscription-based threat intelligence services.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise fills gaps in its campus networking line with 802.11ac Wave 2 APs and a new access switch supporting NBASE-T. ALE also leverages its experience with ruggedized networking to focus on IoT capabilities.
Taking a modest but notable step forward, Check Point rounded out its NGFW refresh with new appliances for enterprises, SMBs and branches, featuring improved inspection throughput and enhanced integration with its SandBlast malware sandbox.
The BE7000 appliance includes a broad portfolio of collaborative solutions and tightly integrates into a Cisco environment. However, interdependencies may lead to consternation for some customers, partners, and service providers.
At EMC World, EMC’s current chairman, Joe Tucci, took a mythical ride atop a ‘hoverboard,’ drawing an interesting parallel between himself and his company’s interest in exploring new market opportunities after the Dell merger is finalized.
IBM is one of a few vendors able to offer a comprehensive enterprise-class collaboration and communications cloud service, but the lack of more extensive real-time voice features may turn away potential customers that favor a single-vendor strategy.
Microsoft Office 365 combines synchronous communications and asynchronous collaboration features in a single public cloud offering; however, oftentimes it is perceived as a services bundle rather than a single, integrated service.
A new platform from EMC for developing and deploying cloud-native applications will bolster EMC’s rapidly expanding cloud solutions portfolio and add to the arsenal of products offered by Dell EMC, including the company’s Enterprise Hybrid Cloud.
During EMC World, EMC outlined an idea of how it might eventually meld cloud, security, servers, storage, and analytics from across at least five Dell Technologies sub-brands to form a nearly end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) solution.