Enabling third-party access to network and application infrastructure and software isn't a priority for IT professionals even though it's a major source of enterprise data breaches, according to a new report from Soha Systems' new Soha Third-Party Advisory Group.
XO Communications launched a new cloud-based contact center service designed to route incoming calls to the most qualified agents so customer needs can be addressed in the fastest way possible.
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.
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Cisco core networking products declining, but security, collaboration and service provider video are on the rise
Cisco's routing business continued its slow decline in the third quarter of the company's fiscal 2016, but several product categories experienced double-digit percentile growth.
Avaya still has positive cash flow, but the company's second quarter showed a continuing decline in revenue. Additionally, the company hinted that it may be getting ready to shed some of its assets.
Brocade sees revenue decline in most categories in Q2, but planned Ruckus acquisition hints at greater things to come
Brocade experienced revenue decline almost across the board during the second quarter of its fiscal 2016 year. The planned acquisition of Ruckus Wireless, which was announced in early April, might be the catalyst for change at the networking vendor, though.
Netronome is branching out to include P4 and C programming capabilities on its software-defined networking infrastructure.
Mitel has overcome one major hurdle holding back the completion of its planned acquisition of Polycom: The company received the official okay from the Federal Trade Commission late last week.
Microsoft is enabling enterprise software developers to integrate Skype for Business into their customized mobile applications on Android and iOS mobile devices.
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The app market could be worth $100 billion by 2020, and developers will need help from big data to find ways to get a piece of the pie, according to an article at TechRepublic.
Tempered Networks has launched its Identity-Defined Network Fabric, which provides secure micro-segmentation on demand and trusted communications across the hybrid enterprise.