IBM and Cisco are capitalizing on organizations identifying security as their top priority and concern in adopting and scaling their hybrid, multi-cloud implementations. This trend aligns with growing interest in using managed private cloud services to assure greater levels of control and security while controlling costs, fulfilling compliance mandates, and supporting applications that require high performance. Now, IBM Services must prove the price is right for organizations to embrace its Managed Private Cloud-as-a-service proposition.
Launchable has emerged from stealth mode to introduce its AI-driven software test automation solution. This is exciting news for the DevOps community, as key industry figures—most notably, the Jenkins CI/CD automation server’s creator—have essentially validated that AI-driven test automation is coming big time into every software development shop.
IBM CEO Ginny Rometty has stepped down after a challenging yet meaningful tenure as the company’s CEO. A look at the change and how it will impact IBM.
Verizon has teamed up with Honeywell to help utilities speed up and simplify the deployment of new communication-enabled, intelligent sensors and controls for the smart electric grid.
AMD wrapped up its fiscal year with an earnings beat and a 4% revenue growth. The client business saw huge growth, but the enterprise business stalled. A look at the numbers.
After much debate and waffling, Britain has decided to allow Huawei to participate in its 5G rollout as long as its participation is less than 35%.
The HP and Xerox Saga continues as Xerox has now launched a hostile takeover bid of the Print and PC giant with Carl Icahn’s fingerprints all over the deal.
Major medical records vendor Epic Systems moves away from Google Cloud, citing security concerns, and indicating plans to rely Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft Azure. This is big news in the healthcare market, and likely something that hospitals and healthcare providers can’t help but take note of—especially if they are current customers of Google Cloud for medical research, data storage, or other IT operations.
AQSACOM provides Cyber Intelligence software solutions for communications service providers (CSPs) and law enforcement agencies (LEAs). ASQACOM’s solution democratizes lawful intercept applications for the 5G era. Through its development approach, AQSACOM’s presence is expanding in the global CSP and LEA market segments, already including clients from more than 35 countries spanning Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Oceania, Latin America and North America, underpinning the company’s claim to lawful interception market leadership and providing the foundation to accelerate broad LCI adoption in its nascent stage.
Intel outperformed in the 4th quarter of its fiscal year with big revenue beats on data center and a surprise performance in Client Compute. Analyzing Q4.