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Clever thinking takes SDN advantages to the wider branch network
We look at an innovative vendor bringing data data center networking technology to the branch network.
Infinera massively increases speed on data center interconnect product
The optical network hardware manufacturer has introduced a new generation of its revolutionary DCI product.
Radical approach to containing breaches announced
Three security categories have collided to create this new approach.
The company behind our exploding datacenter to datacenter traffic
We look at the trend of more traffic between datacenters, and learn which companies are riding this wave.
Ipswitch's latest 'clever little tool' is a must-have for network admins
In 1991 Ipswitch launched its first product. It was a simple FTP client. It still sells the WSftp product to this day, but their focus is much bigger.
How Salesforce got into the artificial intelligence business
Being born in the cloud is not only a help to its developers, but also it’s an attitude. It’s that attitude that the company has plenty of.
HP’s uphill battle to win market share in the copier market
A fierce battle awaits the 78-year-old printing giant with its latest move
Zerto - The fresh face of business continuity
"Clearly Zerto is doing incredibly well. They’ve tapped into the growth of virtualisation and offering a more flexible and innovative solution."
Top Coles exec talks about the strength of big data
"Coles' experience really echoes or mirrors what we've seen in other regions. Starting with tests and pilots but now delivering more business value an
HP introduces 54 new business printing devices
HP is the undisputed powerhouse of A4 printing, and they’re now determined and aggressive with their A3 ambitions. Watch out competitors.
Why has HP acquired the Samsung Electronics printing business
"The acquisition of Samsung's printer business allows us to deliver print innovation and create entirely new business opportunities."
More privacy safeguards with world-first data marketplace
“The lure of significant productivity and social benefits has driven an increase in government open data policies and data sharing among corporates."
Adobe CEO speaks about digital disruption at Symposium
The annual Adobe Symposium was held in Sydney on 26 July.
Infinera helping wholesale telcos to rethink their business model
We look at the challenges that telco service providers are facing. We uncover the answer to one of their issues.
Hortonworks releases latest big data tool set
“The Big Data market shows no signs of slowing down, and Hortonworks is well positioned to power the future of data."
Real benefits of the Internet of Things is in business
Intelligent software and cloud services are really where the rubber hits the road. That is what makes these IoT devices valuable to business.
Is virtual reality ruining our society?
We gaze into the future and the impact of digital communications and virtual reality.
Slingshot launches anti-porn control switch
“While we can’t bubble-wrap our kids, we can certainly put measures in place to help mitigate online risks and bring the topic to the surface."
Adobe names its Digital Marketing Partner of the Year
“Thanks to the standout work from our partners, we’re seeing more customers activating new partner integrations with Adobe Marketing Cloud than ever."
Pricing announced for HP's radical new mobility solution
Hewlett Packard's HP Elite x3, touted as "The one device that’s every device", is now available in the US for $799 - approximately $NZ1138 or $AU1064.
Five years of digital disruption for Adobe in the creative industry
A lot has happened in the five years since software giant Adobe embraced the cloud.
What is DataCenterNews?
This exciting new site covers all areas of the data center scene:Technology advancements, networks and storage, managed services and cloud.
Govt IT modernisation driving public sector services
“While headwinds remain, disruptive technology adoption provides well‐positioned vendors the opportunity to realise growth objectives during 2016."
Hands-on review: Intel NUC NUC6i7KYK Mini PC - a little powerhouse
We just can't fault this very impressive device from Intel. It's small, very powerful, has heaps of connection options and it looks damn fine.