Citrix Systems (CTXS) has partnered with cloud-hosted mobile connectivity solution provider iPass (IPAS) to provide mobile workers with millions of new Wi-Fi hotspots for its CubeFree social tool.
I’ll say it once, and I’ll say it again: Storage ain’t sexy. But data’s got to be stored somewhere, and these days even SMBs need enterprise-level storage.
The day is ending in New York but the new day is starting for me in Beijing. I’m here for Lenovo Tech World, the company’s inaugural showcase of new and upcoming technologies attended by folks from around the globe. I can honestly say I’m not the only one walking around looking somewhat like a hungover zombie.
The latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows continued disappointment in the job market. Although non-farm employees added 223,000 jobs in April compared to what the BLS originally believed was 126,000 in March, the number was below what expected. Adding insult to injury, the BLS also corrected its March figures to just 85,000 jobs added.
In a classic case of eating its own dog food, Google (GOOG) has moved its corporate apps to the Internet in a show of faith for cloud security, which it said represents a new paradigm for the enterprise.
The latest version of Fedora, the Linux distribution that helps shape the features that make it into Red Hat's (RHT) open source platforms, is out this week, sporting updates in the realms of containerization, server databases, file storage and the GNOME desktop.
EMC Corporation (EMC) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire cloud software and infrastructure-as-a-service provider Virtustream for $1.2 billion in cash, according to announcement.
EMC and VMware (VMW) are the latest companies to join the Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization (OPNFV) Project, a global initiative to advance the evolution of network functions virtualization.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions (VZ) announced it is expanding the Verizon Partner Program into the public sector, which will allow channel partners to offer Verizon’s full suite of products and services in federal, state, local and education markets.
Lenovo has shown time and again it is now the one to beat in the PC space. And its acquisition last year of IBM’s x86 server business put the vendor in the unique situation of doing the same in the server space. So it’s only natural Lenovo would want to show off its technology to the world at large.
As compelling as any emerging set of technology might be, it usually takes new use cases to really expand the market. Case in point is IT automation: While the rise of virtualization and the emergence of integrated DevOps processes has increased awareness of the need for IT automation, broad adoption of IT automation platforms has proven to be more of evolutionary process rather than revolutionary event.
Two of the biggest benefits of the public cloud—the distributed nature of its assets and the absence of need for a company to invest in back-end infrastructure—are also two things that make it extremely vulnerable to hackers, as well as tricky to secure.
Riverbed Technology has been through a few changes in the last six months or so, not the least of which going private and selling off a number of its product lines. So it only makes sense the company has updated its channel partner program to reflect those changes and, hopefully, help its partners go deeper and wider with their customers.