• Huh? As IBM Readies To Perform The Biggest Corporate Employee Cull In History, It Claims Cloud Leadership

     

    Robert Cringely wrote a couple of days ago about Project Chrome, a massive corporate reorganization for IBM that he believes will see Big Blue cull over a quarter of its employees – in real terms that means over 110,000 employees could well be looking …

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  • SITA And OnAir Partner To Deliver Connected Aircraft

     

    The recent tragic loss of the Malaysian Air and AirAsia flights has shone a light on the relative lack of connectivity between commercial aircraft in flight and the rest of the world. Before these disasters most travelers would have assumed a constant …

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  • AT&T Introduces M2X To Ease Internet Of Things Development

     

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is heralded as one of the biggest technological advances of our age. The idea that literally billions of devices and sensors will be connected to the network and that we’ll be able to derive meaningful and valuable insights from the data those devices transmit is […]

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  • Tired Of Baiting Salesforce, Larry Ellison Takes It To Cisco

     

    Oracle’s ex-CEO, but still number one power broker, Larry Ellison is perhaps the most entertaining figure in technology. Despite actually being rather annoying in a public speaking situation, his barbs are the stuff of legends. Who can forget his monol…

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  • Pluribus Raises $50M Series D–Virtualizing All The Things

     

    Pluribus is an interesting vendor who is trying hard to change the game when it comes to virtualization. While they call themselves a Software Defined Networking (SDN) vendor, the truth is that they’re much more than that. Pluribus delivers a bare meta…

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  • Intuit Acquires ZeroPaper–BRIC Opportunity Beckons

     

    Accounting software giant Intuit would seem to have two distinct focuses right now. Firstly it is seeking a massive expansion into developing nations – in particular Brazil and India. Secondly, on its home turf of the US it has New Zealand-based upstar…

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  • Intuit Acquires ZeroPaper–BRIC Opportunity Beckons

     

    Accounting software giant Intuit would seem to have two distinct focuses right now. Firstly it is seeking a massive expansion into developing nations – in particular Brazil and India. Secondly, on its home turf of the US it has New Zealand-based upstar…

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  • MuleSoft Connects Mobile Devices With Legacy Apps–Nice But Not Quite Nirvana Reached

     

    When I talk to organization about how delivering data on applications can create huge value, there is one reply which I can almost guarantee I’ll hear. That is “mobile apps are fine, but what about all the existing applications that we’re never going to move, how do we mobilize them?”. […]

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  • Witkit Offers (Another) Fully Encrypted Collaboration Platform

     

    If 2014 was typified by every vendor under the sun offering a file sharing and collaboration platform, then 2015 looks set to be typified by a multitude of solutions offering full encryption. Indeed, since Edward Snowden’s revelations about just how far state spying goes, there has been a laser focus […]

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  • Mirantis Extends Its OpenStack Training Offerings

     

    Mirantis is rapidly becoming the poster child of OpenStack service providers – via some impressive funding numbers, high growth and lots of media attention, Mirantis has become the first-named example when it comes to companies offering software and services around OpenStack. Mirantis pushes itself as the “pure-play OpenStack company” – thus differentiating […]

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