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MOBI teams with TechData to offer MMS in Canada

MOBI, a managed mobility services firm, has formed a partnership with TechData Canada, a distributor of IT products, logistics management, and other services under which TD will offer MMS in Canada through its TD Mobility and Retail Solutions Sales Division.

Hadoop hits a speed bump

Despite booming interest in big data and a cluster of companies popping up to support it, Hadoop "is failing to live up to its promise," according to a Gartner analyst. 

IoT will be top driver of data center expansion, IDC predicts

Without sufficient investment in corporate data centers, the deployment of Internet of Things devices and services in enterprises could overwhelm those data centers.

Global IT spending now said to decline in 2015

Global spending on IT will drop in 2015, not increase, as several prior predictions had indicated.

HP admits it can't compete in public cloud

An HP cloud executive has come to the realization that the company is drifting paddle-free, so to speak, when it comes to the public cloud.

Private clouds fail most of the time

Thinking about private cloud for your applications? Hopefully yours won't be one of the 95 percent of companies that have tried--and failed--to use a private cloud for services and application deployment.

US CIOs lag behind foreign counterparts in grasping relevance of advanced tech

CIOs in the United States lag behind their counterparts in other countries when it comes to understanding the relevance of advanced technologies such as sensors, augmented reality, robots and thinking machines.

Enterprises drag their feet on IoT leadership

Despite all of the hype over the Internet of Things, few businesses have established clear leadership for their IoT plans.

Spotlight: Don't get left behind by the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is still one of those topics not fully understood, but it will have an impact on networks everywhere. And it will be soon.

Spotlight: Mobile commerce to make up half of digital commerce revenue in 2 years

Reflecting the recent explosion of mobile commerce activity, market research firm Gartner is forecasting that mobile commerce will generate half of all revenues from digital commerce by 2017, up from 22 percent of digital commerce revenue currently.