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Thursday, July 18, 2013
- Extreme, Lenovo in pact to offer data center products
Extreme Networks and Lenovo strike a reseller agreement to offer a bundled package of network switches and enterprise servers to enterprises.
- Asigra enables cloud providers to base data recovery prices on usage
Asigra's new licensing model enables cloud providers to base data recovery prices on how much data a client recovers over a year.
- Dell partner execs on channel program goals, vendor acquisitions, more
Dell partner execs Frank Vitagliano, Russ Fujioka and Mary Catherine Wilson discuss which aspects of the company's partner program need work.
- SDN blogs: SDN adoption rates, SDN programming, network virtualization
This week, SDN bloggers took a look at SDN programming, adoption rates, network virtualization and the future of VLANs in an SDN environment.
- OpenDaylight controller emerges, open for new features
The OpenDaylight controller code is available for download and contributors are steadily pitching add-on features.
- Corporate PC reliance continues, but PC market slumps on tablet use
Tablet use has affected the PC market, but the corporate world continues to rely on desktops and use tablets only as supplemental devices.
- Microsoft readying Windows 8.1 download for Windows To Go USB stick
Microsoft will soon provide the ability to download Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview on Windows To Go USB sticks.
- Novell iPrint latest to answer mobile print challenge
Establishing mobile print in large organizations is still a challenge, but it's becoming easier thanks to several vendors filling the void.
- Automated cloud migration tools help providers win customers
Cloud migration tools can automate customer movement to the cloud for providers. RiverMeadow announces an updated version of its server migration tool.
- Casi 70% de empresas en América Latina sufrió ataques de malware el último año
Las pequeñas y medianas empresas sufren más ataques que las grandes, pero su nivel de conciencia en cuanto a seguridad TI normalmente es menor.