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Dell updates VMWorld 2015

VMworld 2015 is proving as popular as ever with vendors using it to announce new products and updates to their existing product families. Dell has provided several updates for its Cloud,...
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Has VMworld come too early for HP?

VMworld is one of the few conferences that still commands a huge audience. HP has made several announcements that should interest many of the people there. They include the extension of...
ANZ signs AU$450 deal with IBM

IBM banks AU$450m with ANZ 

IBM has signed a five year AU$450 million deal with banking giant ANZ. The deal will see ANZ increase its use of IBM software and hardware, build out its private cloud, develop...
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Network Services Framework – Winners

From the number of announcements relating to the Network Services Framework one would think that every telecommunications company in the UK has won a serious piece of business from the UK...
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Interxion builds Azure Expressroute link

Interxion has announced that they have directly connected their Amsterdam data centre to Azure Expressroute. Previously customers might have connected via their network partners but this move will increase performance for...
UK Government sets out plans for spending with SME to be £1 in every £3 by 2020

Government SME spend to rise to £14.4bn

The UK Government has announced that by 2020 it plans to spend £14.4 billion or £1 in every £3 it spends with Small to Medium Businesses (SME). In 2013/2014 central government spending...
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AWS lights up with Amazon Aurora

Amazon has finally released Amazon Aurora for general release to all of its customers. The new database is firmly aimed at MySQL users and beyond that it is hard to say. The...
ExtraHop ITOA survey shows wire data becoming important

Wire data key to ITOA practices

ExtraHop has released the results of a survey looking at how companies are using real-time wire data analytics as part of their IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) practices. ITOA has become increasingly popular...
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Need a bigger tablet keyboard?

For those people who find typing on a smartphone or even tablet cumbersome LG have announced a new robust yet portable keyboard for tablets. Named the Rolly keyboard model KBB-700, the...
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Big Blue Box appears

IBM has announced that Blue Box Cloud is now available in IBM Softlayer data centres across the globe.  Blue Box Cloud was acquired by IBM less than 90 days ago and...

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TigerGraph chosen as new graphDB by OpenCorporates

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Tableau launches the next gen analytics

Today Tableau has announced the release of the latest version of its analytics software Tableau 2019.1. This includes several new features but also, a...
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Arcnet: a next-gen blockchain infrastructure for investment

Xinova and Arc have announced Arcnet, an online capital marketplace which will enable investors to find and then invest directly in innovation projects and...
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At OpenStack, Berlin, Enterprise Times caught up with Terri Schlosser and Matthew Johns from SUSE. The main news from the conference was that OpenStack...
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Globant, an IT services company, has published a short (12 page) report entitled 'The 2019 Blockchain Business Guide'. Based on a survey of 679...
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Jason McGee on Red Hat, IBM Cloud and containers

At the KubeCon and CNCF conference in Seattle last year, Enterprise Times caught up with IBM Cloud Supremo, Jason McGee. By then, the dust...
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Kai Grunwitz on cyber insurance, connected cars and more

At the NTT University in Berlin, Enterprise Times sat down with Kai Grunwitz, Senior VP at NTT Security EMEA. It's been a busy year...