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Microsoft is unifying its mobile app development services, including BizTalk integration service, through Azure App Service. Its focus is on easing data integration requirements.
Data visualization and discovery vendors are looking to speed up and maximize enterprise big data project ROI by placing advanced analytics into the hands of everyday users. We assess the progress of key competitors exploiting this market trend.
Enterprise Connect 2015 provided the ideal setting to reflect on the main trends driving the enterprise communications and collaboration market. This report summarizes those trends and the key announcements from leading vendors in this space.
IBM has cleared an important hurdle in at last bringing its venerable business intelligence platform to the cloud, and though it is taking a rather conservative approach in so doing, potential mid-market and departmental opportunities abound.
Juniper has not abandoned WLAN, but instead built technology partnerships to fill the gap while seeking partners for its Open Converged Framework. To date, OCF has one partner, Aruba, which is soon to become part of HP. Juniper needs a new plan.
IBM has continued its forward momentum as a leader in the SOA space by updating IBM WebSphere software through platform services that simplify enterprise application development via self-service middleware and hybrid cloud.
Juniper’s new QFX10000 and Junos Fusion gives customers yet another network fabric from Juniper. Still, Juniper would be better off ditching QFabric and focusing solely on QFX, which doesn’t suffer from limitations in performance and scale.
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