Intel's McAfee has agreed to acquire Stonesoft, a Finnish network firewall firm, for $389 million in cash, the security firm announced Monday.
Networking gear firm JDS Uniphase said delays in major orders by customers resulted in an increase in net loss and revenue that failed to meet Wall Street's expectations.
In response to growing acceptance of cloud computing among European firms, Amazon is building a new development center for cloud technologies in Germany and hiring 70 engineers to work at the center, according to a report by the New York Times.
Hiring a chief digital officer (CDO) could be "disastrous for many traditional firms," warns Martin Gill, principal analyst at Forrester Research.
Enterprises are looking to reduce the carbon footprint of their data centers, which should benefit data center construction firms that offer advanced powering and cooling systems to increase data center productivity and energy efficiency, observed TechNavio in a blog post.
As cybersecurity threats mount, enterprises are scrambling to find ways to protect their networks and data. One tried and true security approach, known as identity and access management (IAM), enables firms to secure corporate networks, applications and data while enabling BYOD and cloud computing
New York-based patent "monetization" firm CopyTele (CTI), also known as a patent troll, is suing Microsoft for security patent infringement over its Skype VoIP calling and messaging service.
Riverbed Technology is the only firm designated as a leader and Cisco the only challenger in Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for wide area network (WAN) optimization controllers report.
The decline in PC sales has slowed the growth in the semiconductor assembly and test services (SATS) market, which increased an anemic 2.1 percent year-over-year in 2012 to $24.5 billion, according to the latest Gartner stats.
Amazon Web Services has launched a certification program for enterprise engineering teams delivering cloud-based products.
The enterprise market for Ethernet switches is predicted to plateau and decline by 2017 as enterprises turn more toward wireless local area network (WLAN) technologies, according to a new report by the Dell'Oro Group.
Microsoft this week announced plans to roll out Skype for Outlook.com, which will enable Outlook users to make and receive Skype voice and video calls from their Outlook inbox. A preview version of Skype for Outlook.com, the email service from Microsoft that replaced Hotmail, is being offered in the U.K. this week.
Three-quarters of 625 enterprises surveyed by cloud management firm RightScale are adopting cloud computing. Large enterprises with more than 1,000 employees are slightly more likely to have some level of cloud adoption than smaller firms.
Chief information officers (CIOs) are expected to cut spending on computer and communications equipment while increasing investment in software, especially for software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps, analytics and mobile apps, Forrester Research is predicting.
Salesforce.com has overtaken SAP as the top customer relationship management (CRM) software vendor, posting a 26 percent year-over-year revenue growth in 2012, according to the latest stats from research firm Gartner.
Frost & Sullivan predicts that enterprise and contact center headset unit sales will increase at a 14 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) and headset revenue will increase at a 12.5 percent CAGR through 2019.
Alcatel-Lucent's new chief, Michel Combes, is undertaking a strategic review of the company to stanch the financial bleeding after the firm reported a net loss of €353 million ($460 million) in the first quarter.
Aegis, IBM, Teleperformance and West are the leading vendors in the contact center business process outsourcing (BPO) market, according to IDC's MarketScape report.
In its annual Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), Verizon is painting a discouraging picture of the cybersecurity landscape. Large-scale financial cybercrime and state-sponsored espionage dominated data breaches in 2012.
CA Technology's acquisition of Layer 7 marks the second purchase of an application programming interface (API) management firm in as many weeks. CA Technology said this week that it agreed to acquire Layer 7 for an undisclosed consideration.