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In telecom news, Google's plans to conduct wireless spectrum tests are fueling rumors of a Wi-Fi service, while AT&T touts the consumer benefits of a DirecTV merger.
In telecom news, a report forecasts less telecom Capex in 2015, while GE partnerships strengthen its push into the industrial Internet of Things.
This week in telecom news, a government contract is raising concerns about telecom security issues, while Google Fiber struggles to reach low-income users.
A Xen hypervisor issue forced Amazon Web Services to reboot EC2, causing issues for customers. Are disruptions just part of the cloud package?
IBM joins forces with Microsoft to support the other’s cloud platforms with their respective enterprise apps. Whether the software gains can cover IBM’s hardware losses remains to be seen.
DIY is good for remodeling a house, but it might not be right for your enterprise. Answering five questions can prevent your cloud from a DIY disaster.
IaaS clouds need baseline server configuration, but real security requires enterprises to go beyond that. Expert Dave Shackleford reviews some IaaS security best practices.
There is more potential trouble for Apple iCloud users as a nationwide man-in-the-middle attack struck the iCloud website in China amid the country's launch of the new iPhone 6.
Planning a data backup strategy on a private cloud requires certain factors to assure security. Expert Dejan Lukan gives some advice on what to take into consideration.
Value-added resellers and service providers interested in reselling Aruba networking hardware and software can learn the benefits of becoming an Aruba Networks partner with this standardized checklist. Compare Aruba's reseller partner program with other vendors' offering similar products.
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Microsoft's adding live migration to Hyper-V 2.0. Will that be enough to close the gap with VMware in the server virtualization market?
Learn about applications and systems software vendor Quest Software's partner program in this standardized checklist.
Learn about monitoring software Nimsoft's partner program in this standardized checklist.
Learn about bandwidth management vendor Websense's partner program in this standardized checklist.
Learn more about configuration control software vendor Tripwire, Inc.'s partner program in this standardized checklist.
This section of the chapter excerpt focuses on supporting multiple administrative levels of router configuration.
With EMC now taking control of VCE, observers say the ownership shift could have a positive impact on partners.
Riverbed's new global channel chief, Karl Meulema, plans to improve partner satisfaction, build out a managed services model, and expand partners' ability and incentive to sell Riverbed products.
Aruba Networks invests channel resources into capturing the small and mid-sized enterprise market, which is predicted to become a $1.3 billion opportunity.
Learn the benefits of becoming a Hitachi Data Systems reseller partner with our Partner Program Checklist.
Learn the benefits of becoming a Yosemite Technologies reseller partner with our Partner Program Checklist.
Learn about data management software vendor CommVault, Inc.'s partner program in this standardized checklist.
The Cisco IOx platform has been updated to help businesses simplify the management of IoT endpoints and applications.
There's been a lot of talk recently about Cisco vs. HP switches. Read this comparison to help you choose the best networking switch.
National Cyber Security Awareness month has been around for 11 years, but more talk -- and action -- is needed to achieve real goals.