IT Unmasked : January 2017 Archives - Page 3

Revealing the Business Value of Innovation

Nyotron Brings Different Approach to Endpoint Security to U.S.

12 Jan, 2017

PARANOID is an endpoint security offering that Nyotron CEO Nir Gaist says is designed to block all attacks, including APTs and zero-day attacks, before they occur, regardless of threat type or method employed. ...More >

Mirantis Lines Up Behind OpenContrail SDN

12 Jan, 2017

Mirantis will support OpenContrail SDNs deployed by an internal IT organization or via a managed service provided by Mirantis. ...More >

VMware Partners with Adaptiva to Distribute Windows Apps

11 Jan, 2017

Adaptiva has developed a peer-to-peer approach to distributing Windows applications that eliminates the need for IT organizations to set up servers to distribute them. ...More >

HPE Engineers Flexibility into Storage Arrays

11 Jan, 2017

HPE is trying to provide IT organizations the maximum amount of agility possible when it comes to storage architectural decisions. ...More >

DataGravity Brings Data Aware Storage to VMware

10 Jan, 2017

DataGravity CEO Paula Long says the approach that DataGravity takes to managing data is more relevant than ever because of security issues associated with attacks involving, for example, ransomware. ...More >

Leonovus Rises to Hybrid Object Storage Challenge

10 Jan, 2017

While object storage systems were initially adopted by cloud service providers (CSPs) to provide storage services, enterprise IT organizations are making use of object storage systems on-premises as well. ...More >

Atlassian Acquires Trello to Spur Collaboration

09 Jan, 2017

Atlassian has developed a series of cloud services designed to foster collaborations among both technical and business teams. ...More >

Klipfolio Makes Case for Simpler BI Delivered via the Cloud

09 Jan, 2017

Klipfolio is making the case for a BI application delivered as a cloud service that comes with templates the average SMB can readily employ to track a variety of key performance indicators (KPIs). ...More >

Hortonworks Partners with Pitney Bowes on Big Data Management

06 Jan, 2017

Pitney Bowes makes its software available as a cloud service and as a service that customers can invoke. Most Pitney Bowes customers have opted to set up their Hadoop instances running in their own data centers. ...More >

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