|Written by Raja Rao | Thursday, 13 February 2014|
Enterprises are vulnerable to different kinds of threats, attacks and frauds. Data center security at different levels becomes all the more important with new technologies coming into picture, be it application or data security; Web apps or file or database security. Imperva has got it all. Let us have a look at its recent acquisition spree and what it means to the company.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Wednesday, 12 February 2014|
Cloud-based financial management company Cloud Cruiser's hybrid IT cost advisor is now available for Microsoft Windows Azure. The former is a new public and private Cloud cost comparison solution that “defines a new economic modelling standard for hybrid Clouds.”
|Written by Harpreet | Monday, 10 February 2014|
McGraw-Hill Education is planning to buy Engrade, an online grade book, for around $50 million. Engrade was started by Bri Holt during his high school years as a method to allow students and teachers to share grades online. What initially started as a simple way to view grades online has now evolved into a much larger enterprise.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Friday, 07 February 2014|
Oxdata, the company behind H2O, the opensource, in-memory prediction engine for Big Data Science has joined hands with Cloudera, Intel, MapR. Now what that means is all the users of the mentioned distributions of Hadoop can deploy H2O’s open source software on existing Hadoop clusters without the need for data transfers.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Wednesday, 05 February 2014|
Dell recently launched an Android-powered thin client stick, a little larger than a USB drive that allows a full-blown multimedia experience. All that users need to do is plug it in any mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)-enabled HDMI port on a TV or PC monitor, sync up a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, and you are good to go.
|Written by Raja Rao | Tuesday, 04 February 2014|
Last month Cisco released a study at the CES that said Internet of Everything could generate $4.6 Trillion in value for public sector organizations over the next decade. Last week the company revealed its vision for what it calls Fog Computing.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Friday, 31 January 2014|
It is an industry leader in Cloud based financials and omni-channel commerce software suites, and now, none other than one of the world’s leading provider of streaming TV content Roku, has decided to subscribe to it products.
|Written by Raja Rao | Friday, 31 January 2014|
Be it any type of cloud Public cloud, Private cloud or Hybrid cloud; security is a major concern of the companies. With the advantages that are being offered by cloud technologies, Companies from various industries are showing interest in cloud. However without proper security it could be a permanent setback for them.
|Written by Raja Rao | Thursday, 30 January 2014|
CloudMunch, the DevOps management platform provider, announced that it has integrated its DevOps platform with Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Azure cloud platform. Developers and IT operations teams can now utilize the CloudMunch Open DevOps Platform with their preferred tools for fast and easy continuous delivery of applications to Windows Azure instances.
|Written by Sorab Ghaswalla | Tuesday, 28 January 2014|
AT&T and global data center company Equinix are both speeding up to make potential clients hurry up with the adoption of Cloud services. Both the companies recently agreed to embed AT&T NetBond into select Equinix data centers.