Cloud management software vendor SkyKick launched a new line of products this week to help IT partners manage customer cloud deployments in a single platform. Known as Cloud Management-as-a-Service, the new collection of tools aims to reduce the time sink of migrating, backing up and managing cloud applications for dozens or even hundreds of customers.
Kentik, known as CloudHelix while running in stealth mode, officially launched with its first product, a cloud-based network visibility and analytics offering that the company claims can process trillions of network data records in a day.
Although I don't remember the first time I heard the term "unified communications," I'm certain it was at least a decade ago. It followed the VoIP trend and was hinted by vendors as being the next big thing in enterprise communications.
A vertical networking data sharing and analysis application, IBM i2 COPLINK has been there for the law enforcement sector for nearly two decades. IBM has updated the vast network that connects more...
With cloud and virtualization becoming more pervasive within the enterprise, the one thing that's holding back the greatest benefits is the network itself, argued Brendan Ziolo, head of large enterprise strategy at Alcatel-Lucent, in a Network Computing column.
Cisco pulled no punches this week at Cisco Live in San Diego when it came to chit-chat about its leadership team overhaul. A frank on-stage discussion between outgoing CEO John Chambers and his successor, Chuck Robbins, set the foundation for what Cisco is doing.
The top news stories for May 21, 2015.
For UC to grow within the small and medium enterprise space, vendors will have to find ways to differentiate themselves from traditional telephony providers. The solution? A customer service focus.
Netskope, the cloud based provider of cloud security services, is coming out with an appliance that customers can run on-premises to track what kinds of cloud services workers are using. It's targeted at security-conscious businesses and those that must comply with stringent regulations.
Organizations now use an average of 730 cloud-based applicatons according to a new study, but a large percentage of those apps don't have the blessing of IT.