Atlantis USX 2.0 boosts virtual agility with storage teleporting and VVOL compliance
Today, Atlantis Computing released its USX 2.0 software-only storage with Storage Teleport-the equivalent of VMware's vMotion but for storage-along with VVOL compliance. This...
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 21st August 2014
Managing the BYOD risk
BYOD is a seemingly unstoppable force. Almost every organisation is grappling with it-whether they know it or not. Rogue devices, that are often outside of the control of the IT department, can...
Fran Howarth, Bloor Research | 20th August 2014
Hexis Cyber Solutions: a new entrant to the NAC market
Hexis Cyber Solutions, a subsidiary of KEYW Holding Corporation, which was spun off to address the commercial market, offers a family of products under its HawkEye brand, so named because of the...
Fran Howarth, Bloor Research | 19th August 2014
ExtraHop goes one hop further taking wire data into Open Data Stream
ExtraHop Networks is expanding the scope of its software to help businesses to exploit the value of the data it collects-for instance by big data applications and specific lines of business...
Peter Williams, Bloor Research | 19th August 2014
Is this the most important development yet?
Seamless device-to-device connectivity between whatever devices a user feels should be seamlessly connecting is an obvious goal - for the users, at least. It is still the case, of course, that...
Martin Banks, Lian-James Consultancy | 18th August 2014
Datacentres as a commodity
For those working in the fast moving world of cloud computing it is easy to take the view that the choice of data centre is irrelevant; that although it is an essential piece of the jigsaw, one data centre is just the same as another.
Nick Razey, Co-founder and CEO, Next Generation Data | 15th August 2014
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