Google announced a $999 Chromebox for Meetings and a new partnership which allows more convenient conferencing. Together these advances aim squarely at making Google+ Hangouts a viable alternative to Microsoft's Lync and Cisco's WebEx collaboration platforms.
Besides Salt Lake City, the service will be available throughout Sandy, Midvale, Draper, South Jordan, West Jordan, Cottonwood Heights and other area municipalities.
Big games demand big data. That's the trend as new sports arenas build out wireless connectivity, presumably so patrons can keep themselves entertained between plays.
The OpenDaylight Project announced the first release of its open-source Software Defined Networking software, dubbed Hydrogen.
Getting scrambled in the cloud computing context might mean seeing your vendor go out of business or something less dramatic, such as poor service, a data breach, unmet service level agreements or a simple lack of leverage in price negotiations.
The practical impact of Nadella's selection for enterprise IT buyers won't be known for some time. So much the better for poorly supported speculation!
UX is hard work. It's interdisciplinary. Hiring a designer is a tiny step in the right direction. Excellence stems from constant emphasis, creativity, training, testing and improvement.
Masergy is helping business customers bring their third-party cloud service to their network fold by becoming one of Amazon's Web Services Direct Connect partners.
Mailchimp's chief data scientist John Foreman took his family to Disney--and recorded some observations about how Disney captures and uses data.
InformationWeek's pseudonymous Coverlet Meshing says the classic IT retread "build versus buy" debate is a complete and distructive mischaracterization of how stuff really gets done.
These services now represent a $9 billion annualized revenue stream and are more than a quarter of business wireline revenues.
Sprint is helping business customers simplify their movement into the bring your own device trend by adding Microsoft Lync to its Complete Collaboration cloud-based unified communications solution.
According to Re/Code, IBM's sale of its x86 server business to Lenovo wasn't the last shoe.
The Open Compute Project, originally born at Facebook, is aimed at simplifying enterprise computing "in preparation for the hyperscale future," as Arthur Cole writes on Enterprise Networking Planet.
Do we really need a distinct branch of Enterprise Architecture to address mobile computing needs?
Akamai's Q3 State of the Internet report shows IPv6 traffic starting to ramp up.
Cisco, after some early dawdling, has been pushing hard lately into Software Defined Networking.
Two of the knocks on desktop virtualization have been cost and complexity. Big DaaS providers (that's Desktops as a Service) like Amazon's new Amazon WorkSpaces can build your VDI infrastructure much cheaper than you can, argues Brian Madden.
AT&T is giving its existing VPN network customers another cloud connection option by embedding its NetBond technology into a number of Equinix's data centers.
Well, now that Target and Niemann Marcus and Michael's and... we're losing track of who's been hacked and how, but it sure seems like time to pay attention to your point-of-sale terminals (at last).