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If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 09/04/2017!
If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 08/21/2017!
If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 08/14/2017!
This April we are celebrating GreenPages’ 25th anniversary. As we mark this occasion and on behalf of Team GreenPages, I want to thank our customers—the driving force behind our 25-year journey. I also want to thank our technology partners for your ongoing support and dedication to innovation and excellence.
Nimble Storage announced their All Flash Array in February, the AFA3000/5000/7000/9000 series, and the Nimble Storage vs. Pure Storage fight is on. Pure Storage has been out in front of the all flash array (AFA) market for some time now, a position that has energized EMC and pressured all the competitors to match price or features or a combination of both. The field has been crowded, but many have fallen to the back of the pack, and to continue the NASCAR analogy, many will spin out, crash, run out of fuel or just plain finish last. XtremIO from EMC has come on stronger than any other vendor, and the FUD has been flying back and forth like trash talk at a prize fight. SolidFire was bought by NetApp, another step along a confusing product strategy path from the parent company. Pure arguably still owns the market, but questions have come up concerning profitability – is Pure winning the deals but losing money? Not according to them.
Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 2/16/2015! VMware veterans unveil Software Defined Storage startup, Apple explores creating a self-driving car, and FAA proposes tight restrictions for drone delivery. In other news, a great phone you will probably never be able to buy in the U.S, and student data could possibly be at risk as privacy laws are out-of-date.
LogicsOne Consulting Architect Francis Czekalski talks about the challenges that IT professionals face today when dealing with BYOD—from supporting devices to dealing with employee behavior—and offers some coping strategies for living in the BYOD Era. If you're looking for more information, download this BYOD webinar featuring Security Guru Ken Smith!