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Cisco is building upon its well-established Cisco WebEx Cloud and executing on new strategic initiatives to improve revenues. This, coupled with new partnerships, could spark revenues from untapped market opportunities.
Mocana’s new Atlas Appliance is designed to scale mobile applications access securely, without hurting the user experience, challenging VPN concentrator vendors to step up their mobile applications support as well as existing app wrapping rivals.
Use of Android devices and Google Play apps within the enterprise continues to be a risky proposition, but BYOD policies can limit the risk of corporate data theft if properly implemented. Still, shouldn’t Google be doing more to protect customers?
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s positioning of Application Fluent Networking (AFN), Unified Access for LAN and WLAN, and SDN initiatives are differentiating the company from competitors and are the catalyst for the division’s continued growth.
Themes at WDM & Next-Gen Optical Networking 2014 included metro-optimized 100G transport, 400G+ super-channels and transport SDN. Unlike last year, the transport SDN presentations included pragmatic models that offered, and depended on, openness.
A stand-alone Genesys, with a newly-reorganized product family of offerings, continues to grow revenues and geographic footprint through acquisitions, new product deliverables and the expansion into cloud-based services.
For many enterprises, automating network operations will be sufficient for their long-term data center needs. SDN has benefits, but the downside is a potentially long and shallow learning curve and additional expense.
Cisco’s latest acquisition is a departure from its recent hardware focus. With easy-to-use, browser-based services, Assemblage has many enviable attributes. However, overlapping functionality means Cisco’s portfolio will require some rework.
The Genesys Customer Experience Platform is a highly scalable, feature-rich offering, recently strengthened by enhancements and acquisitions to include new features, IVR, cloud and outbound capabilities, all making Genesys a very formidable competitor.
We review key innovations made over the past 12 months by leading vendors of MEAP and mobile security solutions as they seek to build out broad enterprise mobile app platforms and integration/development services.
The SDN market is rapidly evolving as new technologies become available as commercial and open source software. A vendor’s ecosystem and developer support will make all the difference in how successful SDN will become.
Effective management of big data in a contact center environment presents many technical challenges and additional expenses. However, when paired with a predictive analytics strategy, it can provide a high level of competitive differentiation.
Pivotal Cloud Foundry open PaaS, an open source, portable, and lightweight approach to app development, serves as the foundation for an enterprise version of PaaS via Pivotal CF combined with Pivotal One data-driven app services.
IBM MobileFirst has evolved into not only development, security, testing, design and integration technology, but also a platform that ties into strong cloud API and synchronized data services to help enterprises quickly create mobile apps at scale.
Kony has significantly augmented the Kony Experience Platform in 2014, building on its cloud services and development lifecycle integration offering with open MBaaS and pre-packaged mobile apps to attract a larger audience of non-Kony developers.
Oracle Mobile Platform targets current users via a cross-platform client app development tool, integrated mobile security and mobile service integration that leverages its SOA technology, and new developer communities through MBaaS.
SAP SMP is strengthened by SAP’s move towards standards-based mobile technologies to ease mobile app development and an evolving UI that kick-starts greater mobility projects by mobilizing SAP’s business apps.
Once constrained to the data center, BI solutions are rapidly moving to the cloud as customers seek to democratize data, scale analytical projects, and more freely explore data, but there are dangers and limitations lurking in the clouds.
Pentaho released version 5.1 of its analytics and integration platform, seeking to pull down some of the pre-analysis barriers associated big data projects through a new set of tools such as direct MongoDB access and pre-built predictive models.
Communicating the value of information security to the C-suite and board and making the case for the optimum budget is no easy task, but CISOs are employing a range of useful mechanisms and metrics to get the board’s attention and understanding.