IT Unmasked : May 2017 Archives

Revealing the Business Value of Innovation

Cisco Simplifies Licensing Model

31 May, 2017

Cisco is now making available three- and five-year enterprise licensing agreements that span most of its product portfolio, including Cisco security and collaboration offerings. ...More >

IBM to Collaborate with Cisco on IT Security

31 May, 2017

In the interest of common defense, it’s clearly in the best interest of IT vendors to share as much cybersecurity intelligence as possible. ...More >

Block.one Preps Open Source Blockchain Operating System

30 May, 2017

Block.one CEO Brendan Blumer says an open source approach will give developers a way to build blockchain applications that are not based on the number of transactions processed using a blockchain cloud service. ...More >

Cloudera Launches PaaS Environment for Big Data Apps

26 May, 2017

The Altus PaaS environment should substantially reduce the amount of time it takes to stand up a Big Data application. ...More >

Cisco Extends Security Reach Out to the IoT Gateway

26 May, 2017

Cisco expects there will be 50 billion devices connected to IoT gateways by 2020. A huge percentage of those IoT devices are not able to defend themselves. ...More >

Couchbase Looks to Drive Systems of Engagement

26 May, 2017

Couchbase promises to make it simpler to build highly responsive systems of engagement by making more data available in memory. ...More >

Twilio Advances Cloud Communications

25 May, 2017

As communications services continue to evolve in the age of the cloud, it’s starting to become apparent that multiple forms of communications involving text, audio and video are increasingly being embedded into applications. ...More >

HPE Expands Flash Storage Portfolio

24 May, 2017

As data grows exponentially, it becomes more important to tier data in levels of storage depending on the performance required. Most IT organizations will wind up managing multiple types of Flash storage. ...More >

Barracuda Networks Looks to Ease Cloud Security Fears

24 May, 2017

Barracuda Networks wants to reduce the friction with making the move to the cloud by making it simpler for application developers to attach a firewall to any application being developed on a public cloud. ...More >

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