Hewlett Packard Enterprise posted a loss during its fiscal second quarter as the company continues to restructure and focus on cloud and hybrid IT.
The new Salesforce investment fund follows a similar commitment from Google to invest in AI startups.
SD-WAN market set to surge but it's not replacing MPLS anytime soon, and there will be security and operational challenges ahead, according to a 451 Research survey.
Google will start a new fund specifically to invest in artificial intelligence and AI startups.
Blockchain has the potential to disrupt the way startups get funded, according to a couple of Silicon Valley investors.
Private cloud version of its public cloud service to allow enterprises to manage network performance.
LCS manages some 23,000 employees across more than 33 states. The cloud and new analytics capabilities are helping the company get a handle on employee turnover and retention.
The middleman has gotten a bad rep lately. In the cloud business, however, your middleman cloud services broker might be the best thing that's ever happened to the enterprise. Here's why.
In the cloud era, the entire C-suite has a say over what technology business invest in. This means the CFO, too.
At BCE, Zayo's CTO Jack Waters talks about the critical role of infrastructure and the changing customer landscape for network providers.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin plans to use the airship for humanitarian missions and as a luxury yacht.
Networking startup looking to slash the proliferation of hardware devices in branch offices.
The cloud is enabling a lot of innovation for IT, but democratizing effects are also shifting dollars away from IT to other parts of the enterprise.
Global survey shows most companies know digital disruption is lurking but only about half have their own transformation strategy.
The day after appointing a new CEO, Rackspace announced that it's acquiring TriCore Solutions and will start offering enterprise application management to customers.
Red Hat has inked a deal to acquire Codenvy for an undisclosed sum, and will add its technology to its OpenShift.io environment.
Amazon Web Services bucks the tech trend by hiring older workers to top positions.
Rackspace has picked EarthLink CEO Joe Eazor as its new chief executive after Taylor Rhodes left the company in early May.
Cisco is releasing a new IoT management platform that promises to fix the high rate of IoT failures. It's also partnering with Microsoft on edge computing.
Uses analytics to find individuals – and malware masquerading as individuals – that threaten the organization.
IBM is looking to bring a new database-as-a-service offering to its private cloud users, giving them access to a range of services, including MongoDB, PostgreSQL and MySQL.
At its Synergy show, Citrix plans to update its Workspace service with added security and analytics.
The former Sun, Google and disgruntled Oracle employee jumps ship to AWS.
New SD-WAN Go options enables zero-touch provisioning of service for companies that want to keep MPLS but dump some traffic locally.
New SDNow service first of company's new offers and targets wholesale market linking data centers, carrier hotels and PoPs.
Facebook is building out its networking infrastructure to provide for the needs of nearly 2 billion active users.
Facebook is bulking up its network to meet bandwidth demands of its hungry, growing user base.
AWS, Azure and Google all get the headlines, but enterprises should take a hard look at what smaller cloud providers can provide. Here are four points to consider.
Microsoft will offer Azure, along with other cloud services, to users in Africa from data centers based in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
An IBM study finds that about a third of C-suite executives are using or considering blockchain as part of their technology plans.
Google plans to add its next-generation Tensor Processing Units to its Google Compute Engine as way of increasing the power of machine learning.
Hybrid cloud can help enterprises enhance agility, optimize cost, and increase innovation – if done right. VMware shares some pointers.
Cisco is still trying to restructure its business around cloud, security and software, but it's a rough road ahead as the company will cut another 1,100 jobs. It also forecast revenue losses next quarter.
Enterprises demand the same flexibility from service provider networks that they're accustomed to getting in compute and storage from cloud providers. Service providers are challenged meeting that demand.
Enterprises demand the same on-demand networking services from carriers that they're used to getting with compute and storage from Amazon and other hypercloud providers.
In the cloud, network agility often lags compute and storage. Cloud provider Navisite is looking to fix that.
Comcast gets the enterprise cloud services bug.
IBM and Nutanix are looking to make their own footprint in the hyperconverged cloud market with a new partnership.
Cloud Spanner, Google's home-cooked database, is now generally available through the search company's public cloud.
As the cloud changes business, IT leaders need to rethink how their teams are deployed. Here's why a 'cloud services team' is one answer worth considering.
The company's CloudNexus network for enterprise cloud connectivity gains the capability for efficiently moving data between clouds, as well as new automation features.
New routes and new PoPs in Milan help its customers push their content closer to the end users in multiple markets.
Network operator asks to create team within OCP to develop a spec for CPE hardware on which virtualized network functions will run.
Following on its Wavefront acquisition, VMware is buying Apteligent to bolster its mobile application development capabilities across different clouds.
Apple's latest acquisition, Lattice Dark, is using machine learning and AI to unlock 'dark' data.
As Canonical prepares to make a bigger run at cloud and IoT, the head of its cloud business says the company is starting to grow up.
New managed offering, developed with Cisco, makes it easier for enterprises who want to migrate to SAP Hana to do so.
From virtual reality to autonomous cars, IT is driving change at Land Rover Jaguar and the entire automotive industry.
It's not just for fun and games – virtual reality and augmented reality have potential to increase productivity.
Seriously. Check out the video.
Cisco is looking to add some AI flavor to its collaboration products.
After a tough few years of financial crises and service outages, RBS is looking to IT and cloud to help drive transformation.
It now appears that getting that advanced degree is pointless after all. A Gartner report finds AI can take jobs in medicine and law as well as IT.
Microsoft is rolling out its own cloud database called Azure Cosmos DB, and offering support for open source databases MySQL and PostgreSQL.
Tech business consultant Jordan Howard inadvertently became an example of what she was trying to describe when she forgot the word for 'payphone.'
While at the OpenStack Summit to help promote the platform it helped create, Rackspace's CTO addressed changes within the company's leadership.
Originally launched for public cloud, IBM has now created a version of its Data Science Experience for private cloud deployments.
Three companies – AT&T, Digital Realty and Telstra – made the shortlist with very different services.
The latest Enterprise Cloud News webinar is all about IoT and cloud.
GE is using a combination of OpenStack and a new service called remote managed private cloud to help the company with healthcare.
Dell described how it will use assets from its traditional business and last year's EMC acquisition to address the enterprise cloud market.
Companies that go all in on public cloud are missing out on optimization and efficiency, says Dell Technologies honcho. Of course he has to say that.
With some criticism coming in as of late, the OpenStack Foundation kicked off its annual summit with a defense of the platform, as well as outlining some changes for the future.
No drones, darling.
As the Dell EMC World show kicks off in Las Vegas this week, the company is betting on hyperconverged infrastructure as its ticket to cloud customers.
New firm, led by Terremark's former CEO, combines CenturyLink's global data center footprint with four security software specialists, sets goal of integrated services.
The cloud is changing the enterprise, as well the employees who work within it. It's time to change the way your business develops and nurtures its IT talent.
With many larger firms now seeking cloud-based commercial services, service providers have a unique chance to make new inroads and capture greater market share.
Post-merger with Level 3, carrier will be heavily focused on enterprise business including managed IT, but can it compete?
At Domino's, PaaS stands for pizza-as-a-service.
Vodafone will use Mirantis OpenStack for its Vodafone Ocean cloud.
Companies announce combination of SevOne's service assurance system with Red Hat's NFVi.
Cisco is moving deeper into cloud and analytics, and has acquired assets and people from Saggezza to fortify these plans.
Dell EMC is looking to bring its hybrid cloud offerings to Microsoft's new Azure Stack as the two companies eye the enterprise data center.
Enterprises of all sizes are expected to spend more on cloud and hosting services than on overall IT in 2017, according to a new survey.
Rhodes is taking a gig as CEO of an unnamed smaller company, as Rackspace President Jeff Cotten steps in as acting CEO.
In Jordan, JEPCO is the main supplier of electricity to homes and businesses. Now, the company is looking to see whether the cloud can deliver a new level of service to its customers.
In the face of criticism from President Donald Trump that Infosys and other outsourcing firms are taking jobs from Americans, Infosys plans to open four tech and innovation hubs in the US, starting in Indiana.
IBM is using Verizon assets to build out its strategic cloud business.
Verizon sees no blue skies ahead for its enterprise cloud business, sells the unit off to IBM.
CenturyLink and Verizon both completed sales of data centers this week but say they will now be resellers of what they once owned.
Docker is switching leaders with former SAP executive Steve Singh taking over for Ben Golub, as it faces stiff competition from Kubernetes.
New Third Network Professional Certification Framework promises training and certification in NFV, SDN, orchestration and more.
In a bid to broaden its appeal, Red Hat introduced OpenShift.io, a free online development environment to simplify Kubernetes and containers.
As CTO of Rackspace, John Engates is helping steer the company through several changes, including its transformation to a private company, its relationship to OpenStack and the challenges posed by the cloud.
Viptela provides cloud-based SD-WAN that's designed to be easy to manage, complementing Cisco's existing IWAN and Meraki SD-WAN services.
The Uptime Institute has released its annual data center report, which finds that despite all the cloud talk, most business apps remain in-house.
Failure to plan strategically and siloed execution are among the pitfalls that can handicap cloud deployments, according to practitioners responsible for some of the biggest cloud deployments around.
As a consulting firm, Peloton has 100% in the cloud – and now it is sharing its experience of the process to clients.