VMware (VMW) is turning its gaze toward the OpenStack crowd with the launch of vCloud for NFV, the company’s new integrated Network Functions Virtualization platform that marries its flagship virtualization solutions with integrated OpenStack support.
Have you ever heard the quote, “the only way to have a friend is to be one?” Ralph Waldo Emerson’s words ring just as true in the business community as they do the schoolyard. You have to give as much as you get from relationships for them to be truly worthwhile and while that’s no secret, many high-ranking and skilled business professionals have short memories when it comes to that principle.
Hewlett-Packard has agreed to acquire Aruba Networks for an impressive $3 billion, in an effort to bolster its wireless portfolio and prep for the Internet of Things and other next-gen technologies. Do you think the acquisition will be a good deal for Aruba's partners?
Yes -- HP brings a lot of opportunities for partners to grow through expanded product portfolio and global reach Yes -- But only if HP lets Aruba to continue to run as a completely independent company No -- As part of HP, Aruba will lose its agility and its entrepreneurial spirit It's too soon to tell
Business application software vendor Infor has added three new companies to the Infor Partner Network as it develops implementation support and services for its North American public sector customers.
Centrify and Samsung are teaming up to enable users to manage their enterprise mobile security solutions through their wearable devices with a combination of single sign-on capabilities and multi-factor authentication.
Designing secure, reliable and user-friendly networking APIs for containerized apps is one of the newest challenges in the software-defined networking (SDN) world—which is the reason Docker Inc., the company behind the open source containerized virtualization platform, acquired SocketPlane this week.
"Software-defined security" is the newest buzzphrase for the Mirantis OpenStack ecosystem, following the announcement this week of a partnership between Mirantis and security vendor Catbird centered on new, certified security and data privacy solutions for cloud users.
Hello friends, and thanks for stopping by to read the latest channel partner news in our weekly roundup. This week we’ve got some interesting tidbits from Sennheiser, Cradlepoint and Parascript.
Business is all about sales. The old adage says, “revenue solves a lot of problems.” However, while many organizations desire to drive sales, they inadvertently set up their sales professionals for failure rather than success. Sales reps are either rewarded or held accountable for the way the business is growing, or not.
Red Hat (RHT) entered the cloud consultation and support services market in a major way this week with the launch of its Cloud Innovation Practice, which introduces cloud setup and architecting solutions that go far beyond those provided with the open source giant's software products.
Object scale-out storage vendor Exablox has received an additional $16 million in series C funding, which the company plans to use to expand its online demand generation efforts and attract new partners in vertical markets.
Electronics hardware vendor Marvell (MRVL) made a bid to speed up Internet of Things (IoT) app development this week with its decision to open source its KinomaJS platform for building Java apps on Linux, Windows, Android, iOS and OS X.
Tibco Software has announced the general availability of Spotfire 7, the company’s latest analytics and data visualization platform to help make analytics accessible to all members of an organization.
Microsoft (MSFT) announced a new open licensing model for its Enterprise Mobility Suite, giving distributors and resellers the ability to sell the company’s cloud solutions with added value and lowering the barrier to entry for customers.