Businesses are still far behind the technologies' capabilities in their understanding of what can be done, but they're finally beginning to race and catch up. Expect vendors to get more aggressive with their innovations and to increasingly trend towards ever faster, smarter and more business-user-friendly products and services.
Ryft unveiled Ryft ONE this week, a commercial-grade 1U platform capable of analyzing up to 48 terabytes of data at 10 gigabytes per second or faster, the company claims.
If IT pros do not adapt to the new world of mobility, they will "become extinct," warns VMware exec Sanjay Poonen.
The Internet of Things will overtax data centers and open up the enterprise to greater security risks, warns Gartner.
Two of the knocks on desktop virtualization have been cost and complexity. Big DaaS providers (that's Desktops as a Service) like Amazon's new Amazon WorkSpaces can build your VDI infrastructure much cheaper than you can, argues Brian Madden.
HP and IBM are vying for the lead in a shrinking server market, according to two reports released last week, one by IDC and the other by Gartner.
The worldwide server market has been in the doldrums this year, but opportunities are there for vendors who know where to look.
Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) announced that the Citrix Receiver enterprise virtualization software for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is now available for beta testing and can be downloaded from
Opera Mini 4.1 has just been released. If your phone is equipped with JSR-75, it is now possible to upload and download files. As such, those users who update their blog while on the go will now
The IT discussion has moved beyond the question of whether you'll use a mobile platform like the Blackberry in your