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Ericsson acquires Apcera and its Continuum cloud assets to bolster the policy and governance elements of the Ericsson Cloud System portfolio. Will the new assets enable Ericsson to drive more enterprise adoption of operator hosted cloud services?
MobileIron raised some $100 million in its June 2014 IPO, providing the company with a nice cushion for strategic investments. Yet, it is not clear whether that will go into VSP or some other side bets.
Though it was primarily sold to SMBs in the U.S., ShoreTel’s platform is now being adopted globally and by larger enterprises. The new ShoreTel Mobility 8 release offers a much more complete mobile portfolio, adding to ShoreTel’s competitiveness.
HP’s newly launched SDN App Store brings a familiar interface to buying SDN applications and could disrupt how organizations acquire applications from vendors. However, HP will have to continue to attract more developers and more integrated apps.
Largely in the shadows of numerous MBaaS announcements, front-end tools in the form of app development frameworks are increasingly important for easing the mobile app design process. This week, Kony highlighted its front-end strengths.
With growing synergies between cloud, premises and Yammer, SharePoint is better positioned to move customers forward smartly and to compete more effectively within a market zealously dedicated to the cloud and mobility.
The sale of Alcatel-Lucent’s enterprise group to China Huaxin will cause some turmoil to the group while it continues to execute on its data center networking vision. Cutting lose from the mothership will give the company the room it needs to grow.
Juniper is addressing key business and technology concerns enterprises face. However, with much of Juniper’s focus on data center and SDN, WLAN has been a bit quiet in the last six months and still no 802.11ac access points.
Thanks to the cloud, machine learning is set to find significant traction within the enterprise data and analytics marketplace as a natural response to data sets that have grown too large and too complex for human understanding.
VMware, Symantec, Palo Alto Networks and Rapid7 put forth what they believe is the killer use case for securing the software-defined data center: micro-segmentation. Is IT ready for it?
In its latest VIPRE Business Premium endpoint protection release, ThreatTrack Security extends security to roaming end users without requiring network or firewall changes, while still preserving on-premises control. Great, but who is ThreatTrack?
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