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Thursday, November 14, 2013
- Cisco durch chinesische Konkurrenz unter Druck
Angebote von Wettbewerbern wie Huawei und ausbleibende Aufträge verhageln Cisco die Bilanz. Der Umsatz steigt marginal, der Gewinn geht zurück.
- Dropbox vereint private und geschäftliche Konten
Mit Dropbox for Business erweitert der Dienst sein Angebot für Unternehmen. Damit lassen sich private und geschäftliche Konten gleichzeitig verwalten.
- Highly Reliable Systems adds replication to backup appliances
Highly Reliable Systems recently announced that it added NAS-to-NAS replication and SpeedSeed technology to its NetSwap systems.
- Experts propose better cybersecurity information-sharing models
At the ACSC conference, security leaders from industry and government proposed several new information-sharing models for cybersecurity threat data.
- Extreme rolls out high-density top-of-rack data center switch
Extreme's new data center switch eases migration to 10 GbE and 40 GbE, with 32 QSFP+ ports engineered for either 32 40 GbE or 104 10 GbE.
- Pivotal's open source PaaS play arrives in-house
Pivotal's latest offering includes private PaaS for enterprises. Sounds great in theory, but will it work across multiple platforms?
- Microsoft, Xamarin extend mobile app development to multiple platforms
Developers focused on iOS and Android apps can create Microsoft Windows apps at the same time, thanks to Microsoft's new partnership with Xamarin.
- 'Internet of Things' data deluge to impact data centers, IT market
The 'Internet of Things' holds enormous business value, but the data deluge that comes with it could be a problem for data center managers. Here's why.
- New head of OpenDaylight Project: Openness trumps vendor interests
New OpenDaylight executive director Neela Jacques explains why the open source project will advance the interests of SDN.
- Insider predictions for Dreamforce 2013
It's time for Dreamforce! Find out what new innovations will be announced in San Francisco this year.
- AWS launches Amazon WorkSpaces, a new cloud-based desktop service
Amazon Web Services enters the Desktop as a Service market with the launch of Amazon WorkSpaces, its new cloud-based desktop service.
- News briefs: CSA to create cloud security controls for BYOD
This week, the Cloud Security Alliance works on a framework of cloud security controls to protect BYOD users, while Rackspace Q3 profits fall short.
- AWS shops eye Google Compute Engine live migration
Google will add live migration for VMs running on its IaaS platform, which just might signal itself as a legitimate threat to Amazon in the market.
- ConnectWise IT Nation 2013 highlights new dashboards, reporting, more integration
At ConnectWise IT Nation 2013, the company drills into new features of its business and professional services automation platform.
- 2014 budget: Where should CIOs be focusing spending, cutting IT costs?
As CIOs add final touches to their 2014 budgets, where should they spend or save? Talk it out on Twitter during our tweet jam on Nov. 20.
- Competitors on Cisco SDN strategy: Is hardware really the answer?
Cisco competitors blasted the new Cisco SDN strategy, saying it uses inflexible hardware for software-driven networks and bypasses SDN standards.
- AWS ventures far beyond IaaS with latest cloud services
AWS has moved far beyond Infrastructure as a Service with Amazon Kinesis, PostgreSQL database support in its Relational Database Service and more.