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A look at the most in-demand mobile skills this summer

Cloud computing, IT security and data analytics continue to grab the lion's share of tech hiring headlines, but mobile application development remains a very hot area for IT pros. Here are the mobile skills most sought-after by CIOs.

New Salesforce releases aim to improve community in the cloud

Salesforce, a leading player in the CRM space, has announced the release today of three new applications aimed at providing what it calls "the next generation of the Community Cloud."

MemSQL offers free version of its in-memory database to all

MemSQL Community Edition will be free and offers unlimited capacity, scale. 

Apple releases new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina laptop

Refreshed MacBook now comes with new Force Touch trackpad, better battery life and faster storage  — but no Broadwell microprocessor.  

Microsoft's new Edge browser won't be on Android, iOS or OS X

Microsoft has confirmed that it is not currently looking at making its new Edge browser available on non-Windows platforms.

Spotlight: SDN brings benefits, but challenges remain

Software-defined networking may be on the path to becoming the standard way of designing a network, but there are many hurdles to cross ahead.

Midokura adds OpenStack, Docker support to network virtualization solution

At OpenStack Summit, Midokura unveiled an update to its network virtualization solution designed for infrastructure-as-a-service clouds. The update adds support for both OpenStack Kilo and container-based environments, including Docker.

Ruckus Wireless turns to enterprise with SmartZone software platform

Ruckus Wireless plays in both the service provider and enterprise space, but its SmartZone software platform has been a carrier software platform aimed at facilitating next-generation wireless. Until now, that is.

SDN, big data analytics may be perfect match

Software-defined networking and big data analytics may very well be a match made in heaven, according to Len Padilla, vice president of product strategy for NTT Europe.

Nutanix CEO denies his company is about to become part of Cisco

There's another rumor floating around about a possible Cisco acquisition. If true, then Cisco is on the verge of signing a deal to acquire hyperconvergence vendor Nutanix.