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Nutanix boasts that it has achieved Citrix Ready status after completing a “rigorous” process to ensure that its offering is fully compatible with XenDesktop. The certification is a big win for Nutanix because virtualization is one of the top use … Continue reading ?
Dell has made a serious about turn with regard to its public cloud strategy, opting to sell its services through a number of partners rather than stay involved with the OpenStack cloud initiative based on VMWare technology. In an announcement … Continue reading ?
The United States’ prison camp at Guantanamo Bay has attracted controversy for years, but in the last few months the situation has escalated with reports of hunger-striking inmates being force-fed to keep them alive. The US has received a lot … Continue reading ?
A leaked letter from the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) has come to the attention of The Register that shows that citizens of the United States’s northern neighbor may enjoy less regulations on bitcoin trading. In … Continue reading ?
Activist investor Carl Icahn and Southwest Asset Management have joined forces to buy Dell in a move that put Silver Lake Partners and founder Michael Dell in the backseat. Silver Lake and Dell are offering $24.4 billion for the company, … Continue reading ?
Developers who work with accessing APIs are probably already largely familiar with the paradigm that OAuth works under: it’s an identity and authentication API. In his session, Adam Eijdenberg describes how to connect your applications with Google’s services using OAuth … Continue reading ?
In today’s News Roundup, Google’s questioned over taxes in Ireland, Pinterest gets a brand-friendly update, Rapidshare suffers massive layoffs, augmented reality sees the perks of Valve co-founder’s intellectual property, smart apps take over Mercedes Benz, the impending Xbox launch raises questions … Continue reading ?
Alteryx, an Irvine-based firm whose stated goal is to “humanize” Big Data, just raised $12 million in financing from SAP Ventures and Toba Capital, a recently established VC led by Quest Software founder Vinny Smith. This latest round brings the … Continue reading ?
Let’s size up Google Compute Engine, Amazon AWS and the rest of the Cloud field. While the “who” is important, the “where” they’ll be competing in is equally important. Service Level Agreements (SLAs) will be a key development to watch in Google … Continue reading ?
Snowed in by the Tumblr news, Lenovo announced today that its LenovoEMC portfolio of Network Attached Storage (NAS) products are now available through Lenovo channel partners and direct from Lenovo in North America. LenovoEMC products are now fully integrated into … Continue reading ?
Editor’s Note: the following is an excerpt from an interview conducted with Kapow CPO Karl Ederle regarding a recent IDG study commissioned by Kapow Software to better understand the current state of Big Data and whether or not it’s solutions are … Continue reading ?
After lying low for a period of almost three months, China’s state-sponsored hackers are at it again, attacking the computer servers of US businesses in a concerted effort to steal classified information. Things are slightly different this time around though, … Continue reading ?
Petra Zijlstra, Chief Information Officer of KPN and Maarten le Noble, Manager of ServiceNow for KPN, spoke with Dave Vellante in theCube to discuss their implementation and experience of ServiceNow. KPN focuses mainly on fixed and wireless communications and dominates … Continue reading ?
TheCube host Dave Vellante was joined by guests Dorothy Ortale, Knowledge manager, Ricardo Chavira, IT Director, and Rick Smith, Director of Metrics & Quality Assurance with Yale University, to talk about the way practitioners are using ServiceNow at the recently … Continue reading ?
On today’s SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see embed feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we discuss the news of Yahoo! acquiring Tumblr. If you were anywhere near the Internet this weekend, you heard the news break of Yahoo!’s … Continue reading ?
On today’s SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see embed feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we learn about Jolla’s first Sailfish OS smartphone. This is Jolla’s first smartphone. It will go on sale this year for €399 (roughly $510). … Continue reading ?
Windows 8 has been the source of endless debate since its launch last year, attracting just as many fans as it has critics. It’s looking more and more likely that Microsoft will never regain its dominance of the consumer sector … Continue reading ?
Last week ComodIT introduced a new solution that helps users deploy backend server applications, Google had a couple of major service updates, and Sauce Labs launched a hosted testing platform for mobile developers. ChatWork also made a splash when it … Continue reading ?
The public cloud is becoming a crowded cloud-mess of who’s-who in technology. The incumbent is Amazon Web Services (AWS), going up against the likes of Microsoft Windows Azure, OpenStack-based providers RackSpace, HP and others…and now Google with the Google Compute … Continue reading ?
Yahoo!’s security nightmare shows no signs of letting up. Following reports earlier this month the the company is unable to protect its customer’s email accounts from being hacked and used to send massive amounts of spam, it’s Japanese subsidiary has … Continue reading ?