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Charity group wants to battle Ebola virus with Bitcoin

Four countries in West Africa are currently in lock down over the ebola virus outbreak, and measures have been put in place to prevent it spreading to other countries. The BBC reports the outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone … Continue reading ?

Scality delivers ‘Amazon EBS-like’ VM storage with RING 5.0 | #vmworld

Object storage software startup Scality introduced version 5.0 of its RING software for software-defined storage at VMworld yesterday. The software has been given a number of enhancements, with Scality claiming its 95 percent faster at file operations and random IO. … Continue reading ?

Self-disruption keeps Nutanix nimble as IPO buzz returns | #vmworld

Dheeraj Pandey believes his company, Nutanix, Inc. CEO, is just beginning to blossom and will continue to expand. At this week’s VMworld 2014 conference, there’s been a buzz about Nutanix’s most recent financing round of $140 million, announced this morning. In conversation with … Continue reading ?

Twitch Twilight Zone: How Google vs Amazon would use Twitch data

The news just came down that, Inc. will be buying Twitch for $970 million. This news comes right after rumors of a one billion dollar deal from Google to buy the video game live streaming website. Google’s offer led … Continue reading ?

The 80s are back: Modern IT is a throwback without the mullet | #vmworld

With hyper converge, hybrid Cloud and end user computing bringing back infrastructure interest in a new way, it’s almost as if the 1980’s style of mainframe architecture has come back… with a twist, and without the mullet. Although a lot … Continue reading ?

Smarter robots, armbands and new MDM solutions for connected offices

This week’s Smart City roundup features smarter workplaces with wearable tech, a way to make robots intelligent, and a new collaboration offering for easy mobile device management in the enterprise. Myo armband invades the workplace   Thalmic Labs, Inc. introduced … Continue reading ?

Nutanix could’ve gotten more than $140M in fresh funding round, says analyst

The big news being discussed at VMworld 2014 this morning is the Nutanix, Inc. Series E funding round, which generated $140 million in financing. Nutanix, which provides a cost-effective method to move data around in the enterprise, is now valued … Continue reading ?

Flash matures, becomes best storage option for many | #vmworld

Flash is at it’s economic tipping point, said Violin Memory, Inc. CMO Eric Herzog. It’s reached the financial sweet spot that makes it the most viable option for many companies. Herzog sat down with theCUBE hosts Dave Vellante and John Furrier … Continue reading ?

Splunk rival gains ground with fresh funding

There’s a new kid in machine data town, and it just closed another funding round to go after the biggest name on the block. The Sunnyvale-based GlassBeam Inc. said this week that the latest $2 million raised from early-stage investment … Continue reading ?

Dropbox needs more than price cuts to keep Pro users

Another price drop seen in the cloud storage wars as cloud storage provider Dropbox, Inc. today announced that new Dropbox Pro customers will now get one terabyte (TB) of space for $9.99/month, a marked difference from the previous 100 gigabytes … Continue reading ?

A $10B goal for VMware: Here’s the plan to scale | #vmworld

VMware, Inc. is revving its engines, hoping to scale from a $6 billion company to a $10 billion company, said VMware President and COO Carl Eschenbach. Whether it’s through new products like Airwatch or accessing new markets at home and … Continue reading ?

Cisco teams with SimpliVity as pile-on continues in red-hot hyper-convergence market

VMware Inc.’s newly confirmed foray into the burgeoning hyper-convergence space positions it to tap one of the fastest-growing segments of the data center market, but the move has not come without a price. The long-coming introduction of EVO:Rail at VMworld … Continue reading ?

Old iPhones worth $280 on average: Here’s where to sell

With Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6 is expected to drop on September 9, it’s the prime opportunity to get rid of your old iPhone. Last year, we featured the best places to trade your old iPhone for cash or a newer version of the … Continue reading ?

VMware partners blitz VMworld 2014 with barrage of announcements

Once VMware Inc. finished unloading the major updates and new products it had saved for its annual customer conference this week, other companies took over with a steady stream of product reveals that persisted well into the latter part of … Continue reading ?

Report says NSA built Google clone to share private data

While companies like Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Autonomy unit struggle to sell CIOs on the virtues of using a single platform to search all of their data silos, a new report suggests the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) is already exploiting the … Continue reading ?

Software-led business cases for the virtualized data center |#vmworld

In the past year, software defined data center has become a reality, said John Gilmartin, GM and VP or the Software Defined Data Center Suite Business Unit at VMware, Inc. Now, VMware can provide its customers with what Gilmartin considers … Continue reading ?

Was Google Images hacked yesterday?

If you happened to search for anything on Google’s Image Search yesterday, you might have noticed things were a little off. That’s because the site was apparently hacked, with the mischeivous attackers ensuring that every search resulted in repeated pictures … Continue reading ?

HP recalls 6 million defective laptop cords over burn risk

Hewlett-Packard Co., has just issued a voluntary recall of more than six million AC power cords sold with HP and Compaq laptops and docking stations between September 2010 and June 2012. The company issued a statement on August 26, saying … Continue reading ?

Google, NVDIA + VMware bring graphic-rich apps to the Chromebook

Google Inc., just won’t give up on its ambitions to unseat Windows from the desktop, no matter how hopeless it’s Chromebooks might look to business power users. It’s latest plan? It’s teaming up with VMware Inc., and Nvidia Corp., to … Continue reading ?

All aboard the Hadoop horse: Can vendors make a difference?

Newly formed partnerships between large technology firms and Hadoop startups have refocused attention on the open-source data analysis software. But can such high-profile alliances give one framework the edge over the rest? The most recent of these partnerships went down … Continue reading ?

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