At its its inaugural Ignite conference in Chicago, Microsoft provided myriad new offerings to manage and secure its new Universal Windows Platform and the entire enterprise IT stack.
Ciena Corp. is buying new-age networking technology with its announced $400 million acquisition of Cyan Inc.
Cisco, which has characterized its Application Centric Infrastructure networking approach as "better than" upstart software-defined networking technologies, is adding detection capabilities to its offering.
Microsoft envisions a future with 1 billion devices of all types and form factors running its new Windows 10 OS.
To bring the benefits of software-defined networking (SDN) to campus systems stressed by the demands of today's mobile-ready workplaces, HP announced new hardware and software solutions.
A new preview build of Windows 10 was released to select Microsoft testers, but it harbors several flaws that could prove problematic to users.
Omnipresent cloud computing now make up one-third of all enterprise spending on IT infrastructure, research firm IDC said in a new report.
Avaya is filling out its two-month-old software-defined networking (SDN) architecture with new Ethernet switches.
A new survey of database deployments shows traditional, structured relational databases still reign among enterprises, irregardless of the publicity surrounding Hadoop-based Big Data approaches that feature NoSQL databases as a primary component.
VMware Inc. is building out its container technologies and datacenter cloud footprint with two new open source projects.
Pluribus Networks this week updated its Netvisor network hypervisor OS for better integration with existing networks in order to help enterprises adopt software-defined networking (SDN) technologies incrementally.
451 Research has come out with a study that indicates Amazon Web Services is still the most popular option to provide Infrastructure-as-a-Service to enterprises, but challenger Microsoft Azure is pressuring the perennial cloud computing market leader
Enterprises using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 will see the database software reach the end of its lifecycle support in less than a year, the Redmond software giant recently announced.
Microsoft said it will support Hyper-V containers in order to further the young container technology by providing more deployment options and workloads, while developers will be enabled to build more scalable apps.