Most enterprise software incumbents deliver a suite of products. You want to use one bit of their product? Well your only option is to buy it all. 186 more words
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Cisco is jumping on the digital whiteboard bandwagon.
The networking technology giant said Tuesday that it would debut a high-tech version of the traditional whiteboard dubbed the Spark Board that will let people scribble their notes and organize meetings on a big, digital screen. 472 more words
Citrix is getting a little bit bigger.
The enterprise software giant said Monday it bought Unidesk for an undisclosed amount. Boston-based Unidesk was founded in 2007 and is known for its so-called layering technology that helps corporate IT staff better manage their companies’ Windows apps. 192 more words
How has the smart city space changed in the past 12 months?
Smart cities revolve around the idea of using new, connective technologies to make urban living more efficient, cost-effective and, in the cases of many, more environmentally friendly.798 more words
As security shifts from the network of computers to the network of endpoints, IT managers and traditional security software players are scrambling to keep up. Today’s enterprise networks are both expansive and rapidly growing, with laptop and desktop PCs, tablets and smartphones, wearables, and an emerging tsunami of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. 825 more words