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Reputation of Cloud Industry in the Gutter Post-NSA, Report Claims

Think tank urges U.S. government to reform NSA as cloud giants suffer

SDN No Death Knell for Trillion-Dollar Telecoms Hardware Market

Analyst Infonetics projects healthy growth for next five years

Rackspace Cloud Boss Defects to HP R&D

Mark Interrante leaves cloud firm for major vendor

HP Edges Closer to Autonomy Dispute Settlement

But despite reaching an agreement with shareholders, the settlement is still subject to court approval

HP Touts ‘New Style of IT’ as an Opportunity

At Hewlett-Packard’s Discover event in Las Vegas this week, it’s hard to miss the recurring theme of “New Style of IT.” Enterprise Group channel chief Sue Barsamian says this movement is an opportunity for solution providers to lead the conversation with customers on next-generation IT.

HP Going After EMC, Pure Storage in Flash Race

Hewlett-Packard believes the future of data center storage is flash arrays. With the unveiling of its new 3PAR StoreServ 7450, HP is looking to leapfrog competitors such as EMC and upstarts such as Pure Storage and Violin Memory.

Server Market Poised for a Shakeup

New server market share numbers show Hewlett-Packard remains in the front position, and will likely stay there after the transition of IBM’s x86 server unit to Lenovo. However, HP’s security at the top will be challenged by upstarts.

Report: IBM Pulling Plug on NetApp OEM Deal

IBM will no longer resell N series storage systems made by NetApp to encourage clients to buy Big Blue’s own storage wares.