As technology continues to change at what sometimes feels like an ever increasing pace, the jobs of those deploying and managing that technology change.
Brocade is looking to increase its presence in wireless networking. The company just signed a definitive agreement to acquire Ruckus Wireless, a provider of Wi-Fi products for enterprises and service providers.
Software-defined WAN is about to take off in a big way, according to research firm IDC. A new report indicates the SD-WAN market will grow by a 90 percent compound annual growth rate through to 2020.
If compliance assurance for audio recordings is a concern, then Red Box Recorders may have a solution. The company, a provider of products for call and data recording for financial compliance, just launched a software tool that does automated verification of call recordings.
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Unified communications vendor Voxox is looking to put a unified communications system in your pocket. The company unveiled an Android and iOS mobile app for the Voxox Cloud Phone intended to be a complete business phone system for small businesses.
VMware appears to be targeting small or cash-strapped enterprises with two new models of its NSX software-defined networking product line.
Extreme Networks is looking to make enterprise network provisioning and management simpler with the release of ExtremeCloud, a cloud-managed network offering.
Plantronics added analytics capabilities to its unified communications suite this week with the launch of Plantronics Manager Pro v3.8.
Pluribus Networks updated its network monitoring and analytics product with more intelligence so network professionals can more easily troubleshoot and manage their enterprise networks.
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Craig Wright is suddenly withdrawing from public life without showing the information he claimed to have that would prove his identity as the founder of Bitcoin, The Verge reported.
When it comes to IT hiring, there seems to be more than a few challenges finding and bringing on qualified tech talent. CIO and IDG hosted a webcast to chat about "IT Talent, Decoded," a survey that look at the issues and hurdles to getting talented IT folks to work for your company.