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Enterprise wearables are here to stay
“Despite the breadth of wearable devices, smart glasses remain the most powerful tool for hands-on workers.”
World's first Intelligent Gateway sets out to simplify IoT deployments
"Arrow Intelligent Services is the 'fabric' that will enable the edge-to-enterprise integration of IoT solutions," says Aiden Mitchell from Arrow.
Backup your data and save your business
Backing up data can not only save money for an organisation, but reputation and potentially the business, according to Acronis.
OpenText responds to the big data problem
OpenText has released a new solution that enables businesses to access, explore and analyse big data, providing a view on customers or operations.
Are you prepared for 'living off the land' attacks?
Organisations, particularly those that are housing valuable or sensitive information, need to be on alert for threats that use little to no malware.
Apple and Cisco team up to target iOS enterprise users
Apple and Cisco will focus on optimising Cisco networks for iOS devices and apps and integrating the iPhone with Cisco enterprise environments.
Enterprise application spending: Where's all the money going?
Worldwide enterprise application spending is expected to rise, driven by modernisation, functional expansion and digital transformation projects.
Dell launches DDS, a new line of business
“While others have been focused on marketing hype or reducing costs only, we’ve created a new operating model that is centered around flexibility."
Intel makes $100m investment into OpenStack adoption
Intel and Mirantis, the pure play OpenStack company, have entered into a strategic technology and investment collaboration.
Enterprise wearables, more than just a fad?
Organisations are taking innovative approaches to utilising wearables in their operations and making use of the numerous devices available.
It's time carriers embrace opportunities from the Cloud
As enterprises embrace the cloud, carriers have an incredible opportunity to assist with migration, layer on orchestration, and differentiate services
Pivotal and Telstra partner up, target Aussie enterprises
Pivotal and Telstra have joined forces to help Australian enterprises transform into software companies.
Accenture strengthens security portfolio with latest acquisition
“Accenture will expand its advanced threat capabilities to help clients spot cyber security vulnerabilities, defend and respond to breaches."
CIOs: How to make apps work for you
"Mobile applications offer CIOs unique opportunities for streamlining business processes and empowering the organisation's workforce."
Google Glass: Now for the enterprise
Google Glass is quietly re-emerging, with reports that Google will distribute a version aimed at enterprise customers in coming months.
DECT and VoWiFi: What are they are why should you care
“Both DECT and VoWiFi solutions should be considered for opportunities where enterprise wireless voice is the primary requirement.”
Intel sets out to enable thousands of cloud deployments
"We believe this initiative will enable our customers to realise the benefits and innovations gained from the latest cloud computing technologies."
Enterprise media gateways in high demand
Enterprise media gateways, also known as the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) gateways, are growing in demand in a number of industries.
The slow but steady uptake of enterprise IoT
"For enterprise IoT, changes aren’t as simple. The information lifecycle is more complex and IoT’s impact can be transformational," says Red Hat.
ServiceNow and automation: Changing the way businesses run
“Automation not only makes processes faster and more efficient, it also reduces human error and standardises processes."
Wi-Fi networks more important now than ever before
Increased adoption of the Internet of Things and Bring Your Own Device is resulting in growing demands for Wi-Fi networks.
Five top security threats to data centres – and how to counter them
"To counter these threats, organisations need a solution that can lock down their data centres. Otherwise they risk significant damage."
Fortinet acquires Meru Networks, looks to enterprise Wi-Fi market
Fortinet has closed its acquisition of Meru Networks for an approximate $44 million in cash. Meru employees officially join Fortinet.
Mobility drives WLAN market growth
The enterprise WLAN market is growing at a rapid pace, driven by increasing mobility in business, according to Research and Markets.