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  • June 11, 2018 11 Jun'18

    In GitHub play, Microsoft sets course for open source

    The looming Microsoft-GitHub pairing confirms the company's rebirth as an open source friend. Data tools on the Azure cloud are part of the motivation.

  • June 08, 2018 08 Jun'18

    Channel part of Microsoft plans for GitHub

    The software vendor is aware that if it wants to attract enterprise-level developers it will have to work with partners.

  • June 08, 2018 08 Jun'18

    Cloud MSP Burwood Group taps HyperGrid for orchestration offering

    Burwood Group, a Chicago-based consulting and managed services firm, launched a cloud management services offering that uses HyperGrid technology; other news from the week.

  • June 07, 2018 07 Jun'18

    Avaya aims Equinox refresh at the cloud

    Avaya has refreshed Avaya Equinox with online team collaboration and has integrated the software into IP Office. The changes are part of Avaya's strategy to attract more SMBs.

  • June 06, 2018 06 Jun'18

    Microsoft eyes open source Azure adoption from GitHub buy

    Microsoft's ongoing détente with the open source community advances with a deal to purchase GitHub, the world's largest open source code repository.

  • June 05, 2018 05 Jun'18

    Scality Ring 7.4 release seeks to ease deployment

    Scality Ring 7.4 file and object storage software takes aim at easing installation and ongoing management, adds lower-cost three-server entry configuration.

  • June 04, 2018 04 Jun'18

    Microsoft buys GitHub, sends shockwave through IT

    Microsoft's $7.5 billion blockbuster deal for GitHub is a sea change for the IT market, as an enterprise software bellwether with legacy baggage snaps up an open source DevOps darling.

  • June 01, 2018 01 Jun'18

    VMware preparing cloud version of NSX

    A VMware researcher says the company is preparing a new version of NSX networking for public clouds and expects the technology to be available in about a year.

  • June 01, 2018 01 Jun'18

    Q&A: Luis Murguia, SAP

    SAP is sitting down with partners and customers in Orlando next week but before that one of its senior channel executives was prepared to give a update about its reseller base.

  • June 01, 2018 01 Jun'18

    Sophos partners adopt MSP model as clients outsource security

    Sophos said it will look to provide its partners with greater access to its in-house expertise as the security vendor's partner base moves toward the MSP model; more news from the week.

  • May 31, 2018 31 May'18

    Veeam lays groundwork for data management vision

    Noting that 'data is the currency of the enterprise,' Veeam is taking its platform beyond protection and into more management. VeeamON 2018 laid the groundwork for its strategy.

  • May 31, 2018 31 May'18

    Green House Data merger boosts Microsoft consulting skills

    The Green House Data merger with Infront Consulting Group lets the combined entity offer a range of offerings, from upfront consulting to ongoing managed services.

  • May 30, 2018 30 May'18

    National security requests on the rise for Apple devices

    The latest semiannual Apple transparency report showed national security requests on the rise and one expert questioned whether Apple could do more to be open about requests.

  • May 29, 2018 29 May'18

    Pure Storage gives its flash software more oomph

    Pure Storage adds software for building, managing and protecting data in containers, clouds, VMs and on premises. Pure ES2 subscription offers a managed on-premises cloud.

  • May 25, 2018 25 May'18

    Dragos: Don't get carried away with ICS threats

    Dragos' Robert Lee talks with SearchSecurity at RSA Conference 2018 about why there are reasons to be optimistic about the state of ICS security, despite growing threats.

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