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802.11ac Wi-Fi hardware gains ground in the enterprise

Enterprises are buying into 802.11ac WLAN hardware, according to new research from IDC. Indeed, the research house said the adoption rate for 802.11ac is "noticeably faster" than what was seen with the upgrade from 802.11a/b/g to 802.11n several years ago.

IDC: Sales of mobile workstations up despite gloomy PC market

Sales of mobile workstations are up, even as shipments of desktop workstation further shrinks, according to IDC. 

Don't let IoT become a wrench in the works

IoT will change the way manufacturing works. But this won't happen willy-nilly. Manufacturers will need to have a plan to ensure IoT investments enhance processes, instead of becoming a wrench in the works.

To print or not to print, that is the question

It seems that employees still want to print and scan documents. But that can be difficult with BYOD devices, which often don't have network access to an office printer.

IDC survey names Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya global UC&C leaders

A new IDC report ranks Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya as global UC&C leaders in 2015.

IDC research shows public cloud may be more popular than many think

New data from IDC shows that public cloud hardware spending is nearly double that of private cloud. Even more interesting is that the pace of growth is also significantly higher for public cloud – 32.2 percent annual growth versus 16.8 percent for private cloud.

Adoption of SDN, NFV in WAN is inevitable

It's still very early in the adoption phase, but the adoption of software-defined networking and network functions virtualization within the wide area network is inevitable. This is according to an article from  eWeek  about the recent WAN Summit 2015 in New York City.

Extreme adds Skype for Business support to SDN platform, controller

It's of little surprise there's at least some talk about Skype for Business at Interop. At the show, one of the pieces of news to come out is that Extreme Networks' software-defined networking platform and OneController have been updated to support the Microsoft VoIP and unified communications tool.

Has enterprise social run its course?

What does that mean for standalone enterprise social software solutions? Are they still useful and relevant? Are the social tools built into today's traditional enterprise products good enough? Let's look at the state of enterprise social and make some predictions about where the market is headed.

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.