Posts Tagged ‘Cisco Systems’
The FlexPod enhancements include improved automation of integrated infrastructure, new business continuity solutions, and the validation of new products and reference architectures that wrap in solutions from Citrix.
Cisco is giving partners several new ways to sell business modernization solutions to the growing number of clients with distributed workforces using disparate devices.
In a global print media blitz, BlackBerry tries to fend off consumer concerns about a possible acquisition by vowing unwavering commitment to its users.
While channel partners continue to debate their merit, here are 10 IT certs that continue to prove their worth in the second half of 2013.
As VMware broadens its borders beyond its sweet spot in server virtualization, does it risk coming into increased conflict with allies and channel partners?
The shift toward line-of-business technology sales is the impetus behind new series of certifications from Cisco Systems Inc. that aims to elevate partners’ ability to engage in higher-value, more structured and business-relevant conversations when pitching their services.
They say that crime doesn’t pay. But in the technology business, it seems crime pays handsomely … right up until the time someone gets busted. Here’s 14 of the most infamous and expensive criminal acts perpetrated in and around the channel.
Dell this week rolled out a major update of its SonicWALL SonicOS next-gen firewall operating system with a host of enhanced features and capabilities.
Cisco Systems Inc. said today it will acquire IDS, IPS and anti-malware specialist Sourcefire Inc. for $2.7 billion to fill gaps in its security portfolio and deliver broader systems protection that wraps in advanced detection, response and remediation, and covers more of the enterprise from end points to the data center and cloud.
The former head of the CIA and the NSA says the U.S. has proof Huwaei Technologies Ltd. has spied for the Chinese government — the most definitive statement yet in support of suspicions and accusations that have all but banned the telco vendor from doing business with major American service providers.