To intensify its focus on the cloud, Microsoft plans a global sales reorganization and job cuts, according to reports.
Colt CTO Rajiv Datta talks about the impact of SDN and NFV, how data centers are now at the core of the telecoms ecosystem and how network and services evolution is being built around enterprise demands.
Alibaba is reportedly in negotiations to buy ZTE's software business as the company looks to expand its public IaaS offerings beyond China.
Four-year-old Platform9 supports OpenStack and Kubernetes enterprise cloud management.
Microsoft bought Cloudyn, which helps enterprises contain costs of running applications on Microsoft and competitors' clouds.
Cisco's 'network intuitive' is about the next 30 years, but it's also a return to the old Cisco.
Cisco and Microsoft are working on standardized APIs that marry the performance and resilience of Cisco switches with the flexibility of white box equipment. And Microsoft is Arista's biggest customer.
Nutanix is looking to take its hyperconverged offering to the next level with an emphasis on hybrid cloud. The company also struck a deal with Google that will deliver its management software as a service.
China Telecom and Silver Peak have combined to deliver managed SD-WAN services to multinationals.
Microsoft and Box have a new agreement, and the sometime rivals and sometime partners are looking to alter the cloud storage game.
With its 'network intuitive' strategy, Cisco is looking to take control of enterprise networks in exchange for delivering security and massive business value.
Microsoft and Cisco are in a deal involving Nexus switches on Azure. We don't know a whole lot more.
Improvements in analytics have allowed Cisco to granularly understand its employees' pay and rectify any gaps after an upfront investment of $2 million.
IBM and Oracle each announced significant new cloud customers this week. Oracle is supplying Bank of America with ERP, and IBM is moving portions of American Airlines onto its public cloud.
California Polytechnic State University is going all in on public cloud and using AWS for its IaaS needs. The university's CIO explains why.
Acquisition lets GTT add greater diversity to its access connections, enabling SD-WAN product to meet more enterprise cloud connectivity needs.
The two companies are partnering to pitch themselves as the secure platform for enterprise networking.
Billion-dollar Deluxe Corp. is leveraging a private cloud to transform from check-printing to a full suite of services for financial companies.
Hardware always fails. When the inevitable failure comes, are you better off storing your data in Apple iCloud or Google Cloud?
For enterprises wanting to move from one public cloud provider to another, there's a lot to consider. However, you don't have to worry about vendor lock-in if you follow these five steps.
Cloud computing, along with digital transformation in marketing and big data, are going to drive IT hiring in the second half of 2017, according to Robert Half Technology.
For 25 years, the ThinkPad has dominated the enterprise computing space. Enterprise Cloud News looks back at the laptop.
Dropbox is launching an international private fiber network to provide faster file access to its 500 million customers worldwide.
Walmart is pushing some of its vendors to find alternatives to Amazon Web Services. Amazon says that's bullying.
With new European Union regulations looming, IBM is looking to contribute more to Apache Atlas, as well as expand its commercial data governance and compliance offerings.
CEO Meg Whitman has appointed Antonio Neri president of the company as HPE looks to shed some businesses and dive deeper into cloud infrastructure, IoT and analytics.
Hungry for attention as a public cloud provider, Oracle lands a major customer in AT&T.
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) topped $1 billion for the first time, with strong growth in platform- and infrastructure-as-a-service (PaaS and IaaS) as well.
Startup Vapor IO's new offering looks to use colocation services to bring the cloud closer to edge to power applications from connected cars to AI to virtual reality.
Two years after buying IBM's System x server business, Lenovo is making a play for the cloud, data center and more.
It's a familiar problem: Developing solutions with proprietary technology just takes too long, and IT faces pressure from customers and users to get more agile. Liberty Mutual turned to Cloud Foundry for results.
Intent-based networking, which turns the network into one intelligent, automated system, is ready for prime time, and Cisco wants to lead the pack in making it a commercial reality.
Lenovo is updating its ThinkAgile hyperconverged offering to include the Microsoft Azure Stack for hybrid or private cloud deployments.
Accenture and Microsoft are planning to use blockchain to create digital identification for more than 1 billion people as part of the UN's ID2020 program.
Juniper introduced Cloud-Grade Networking, adding telemetry, automation, security and machine learning to help enterprises make the transition to the cloud.
Company says its 100% software-defined network lets it reach 196 countries with SD-WAN service that is highly customizable.
For only the second time in 24 years, the United States does not have a supercomputer in one of the top three spots on the Top 500 list. China, however, remains dominant.
The US Energy Department is doling out millions in grants to six tech companies to build an exascale supercomputer, and to better compete with China in the HPC market.
Cloud computing is being sold as a major cost saver for IT, but it's easier than you think to waste your budget on the cloud. Here are six steps to stop the bleeding and boost your bottom line.
Microsoft bragged about having Whole Foods as an Azure, Active Directory and Office 365 customer. Are those bragging rights going to Amazon now?
As a little African-American girl fascinated by computers, Kyla McMullen says she wanted to turn herself into a white boy to fit in, but now she's standing out as a woman in tech.
Unlike the naysayers, Salesforce sees AI as job creator. In a joint study with IDC, the CRM company found artificial intelligence could produce 800,000 jobs and revenue of $1 trillion.
Comcast is looking to a private cloud based on Cloud Foundry to turn around record bad customer satisfaction scores.
IBM and AIG have completed a successful blockchain 'smart contract' pilot program that could bring the technology into the international insurance agency.
Comcast is boosting its dismal customer satisfaction ratings with a private platform-as-a-service (PaaS) cloud built on Cloud Foundry.
Amazon was conspicuous by its absence from a discussion of moving workloads between multiple cloud providers.
Aryaka, an SD-WAN startup founded in 2009, launched a clientless SD-WAN delivering software-defined remote access by combining dynamic CDN and global SD-WAN technologies yesterday at the WAN Summit.
Global spending on all parts of the Internet of Things ecosphere will reach nearly $1.4 trillion within the next five years, according to IDC.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook breathes new life into company's car rumors, calling the project the "mother of all AI projects."
At the Minds and Machines Europe show, GE unveiled new predictive analytics capabilities using its ServiceMax acquisition that can make the industrial Internet easier to manage.
Beefing up Azure support for the open source platform-as-a-service software, Microsoft joins Cloud Foundry Foundation as a gold member.
Hortonwork and IBM are expanding their partnership to include machine learning and data science for the enterprise.
A new partnership between Equinix and Alibaba is a new way for the two companies to expand their cloud and data center offerings into new markets.
Apple wants companies to communicate with their customers over Messages, and is building tools to do it.
When it comes to white box networking, enterprises demand the real deal, Verizon says.
Microsoft is pulling back the curtain on how it protects its Azure cloud from nearly 1.5 million cyberattacks each day.
It's easy to be into a panic over security, especially when cyber attacks such as WannaCry dominate the headlines. However, smart CIOs know that security in the cloud requires a real plan.
Paying $7.6B in stock for a seemingly smaller company brings blue-chip customers and well located data centers for hyperscalers.
Make AI doubt its own usefulness in order to make sure we can switch it off, according to researchers at the University of California Berkeley.
Lloyds Banking Group signed a ten-year agreement, valued at US$1.66 billion, to move to a private cloud.
IoT is starting to make its way into the real world, as reflected at the HPE Discover conference this week.
Getting startup and investor pushback on Telecom Infra Project.
Versa Network's Kelly Ahuja says it's time to go beyond SD-WAN to the software-defined branch to address cost and complexity challenges.
Despite posting a quarterly loss of $1.5 billion, Dell saw its hyperconverged infrastructure business grow.
Early predictions that iPads would replace the PC aren't wrong. They were just premature.
HPE CEO Meg Whitman laid out an ambitious plan for the company at its Discover show.
Facebook is reportedly looking to bring its messaging service to its own data centers, costing IBM a marquee customer.
The hot new service is actually part of broader customer networking transformation that needs to be planned and plotted long-term.
HPE is putting a lot of faith in its memory-driven computing system – The Machine – and provided an update and some use cases at Discover.
Going against Facebook and Twitter, Apple is offering businesses channels to connect with customers.
At its Discover show, HPE CEO Meg Whitman outlined a strategy that involves computing on the edge and hybrid cloud.
Global carrier adds two new points of presence in the Silicon Forest to reduce latency and add diversity for customers there.
The updated vRealize cloud management suite lets users move workloads to wherever they're cheapest – Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, or on-premises VMware-based private cloud.
At its Discover show in Las Vegas, HPE laid out its plans to become one of the premier providers of hybrid cloud and hyperconverged infrastructure.
Cloud services took center stage at Apple's annual spring product launch, with a new music speaker to rival Amazon Echo, as well as added cloud hooks in the new version of iOS.
The not-for-profit, providing childcare and healthcare across the US, is moving to a private cloud infrastructure to provide IT agility while keeping costs down.
A joint report from Oxford and Yale universities finds that artificial intelligence will outperform humans in most tasks in 45 years, and could automate all jobs in 120 years.
NetApp is breaking away from its traditional storage roots and diving deeper into hyperconverged infrastructure and hybrid cloud.
Plans to use blockchain for business call to mind another word starting with 'B.'
The World Community Grid, which IBM's philanthropic arm created in 2004, is moving off a traditional data center and to the company's Bluemix public cloud.
VMware ups its 2018 sales forecasts as a strategy built on hybrid clouds and cross-cloud architectures continues to bear fruit.
Enterprise cloud spending is nearly equal to spending on conventional data centers, but security is still a concern, along with other potential problems.
Microsoft is releasing Draft, an open source tool that looks to make deploying apps in containers, as well as within Kubernetes environments, easier.