Blogs

 

5G Takes Shape

17 Nov, 2016

5G is coming. That’s definite. What is not set: When, in what capacity it will serve when it arrives, and the ecosystem of carriers and vendors that will win the race. More >

AI and the Enterprise Productivity Stack

04 Nov, 2016

While automation and AI are about to hit the enterprise in a big way, the transformation won’t happen across the entire IT stack all at once. More >

An Orchestrated Cloud Is an Effective Cloud

30 Nov, 2016

Orchestration helps bridge the divides that exist across cloud platforms and gives users the ability to meet their data needs with a great deal of autonomy. More >

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Carl Weinschenk

Driverless Cars: I Am Out of the Office. Let’s Do a Meeting

Data and Telecom  RSS |  Carl Weinschenk   |  02 Dec, 2016

News this week included driverless cars, 4G smartphone markets, browser wars, VoIP protection and fake phones.... More >

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Arthur Cole

Momentum Gains for SDx

Infrastructure  RSS |  Arthur Cole   |  02 Dec, 2016

The growth of SDx technology, which covers everything from networking and storage to end-to-end data center platforms, is expected to affect a wealth of industry verticals and will boost key IT segments.... More >

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Mike Vizard

Rogue Wave Software Acquires Akana for API Management

IT Unmasked  RSS |  Mike Vizard   |  02 Dec, 2016

One of the primary reasons Rogue Wave Software is moving to acquire Akana is because the Akana API management platform can be deployed on premise as well as invoked as a cloud service.... More >

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Rob Enderle

BlackBerry and the Problem of Recreating a Company and Image

Unfiltered Opinion  RSS |  Rob Enderle   |  01 Dec, 2016

BlackBerry has largely moved from being a hardware vendor to being a software vendor. This is a very rare pivot.... More >

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Sue Marquette Poremba

San Francisco Muni Ransomware Attack Should Be a Warning to Critical Infrastructure

Data Security  RSS |  Sue Marquette Poremba   |  01 Dec, 2016

Muni lost money by giving away free rides over the weekend, but it didn't pay the 100 bitcoins in ransom demanded by a hacker. This ransomware episode should teach several lessons.... More >

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Don Tennant

Silicon Valley Vet Says It Took an Indian Provider to Get CRM Right

From Under the Rug  RSS |  Don Tennant   |  28 Nov, 2016

What is CRMNEXT, an Indian company, getting right, that U.S. CRM software providers have gotten wrong?... More >

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