As revenues tops $1 billion, CEO Ed Myercord claims the vendor's XIQ management has features lacking in Cisco, others' offerings.
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Work-from-anywhere employees will no longer be treated as a second-class citizen, which means they will be supported by best-in-class technology.
IBM continues to fine-tune its mainframe to keep it attractive to enterprise users interested in keeping the Big Iron in cloud and AI development plans.
The day is coming when enterprise IT professionals will be able to order network infrastructure components from a menu of options.
Try as it might to be all-things-networking to all enterprises, Cisco faces a wily group of rivals with assets that are hard to overcome.
Cisco bought Kenna Security to integrate its data-science-driven, security risk-management technology into Cisco's Secure X platform.
Cisco has extended its family of Catalyst networking gear with routers designed to integrate remote, industrial-edge network resources.
The new DNA Center software integrates a ThousandEyes agent to improve network intelligence monitoring and strengthen security.
Juniper aims to improve data centre story with streamlined configuration tools, real-time monitoring and support for VMware NSX.
Palo Alto Networks has bolstered its security portfolio with products that target enterprise network users looking to make the move to zero trust.
Cisco announces new features for SecureX, Secure Endpoint, and Umbrella, plus integration between Meraki Wi-Fi and Cisco SD-WAN.
Current processor-chip shortage and disruption of supply chains thanks to COVID-19 could have a long-term impact on price and availability.
IBM now offers Tailored Fit Pricing options for hardware and software with an eye toward hybrid-cloud enterprises.
IBM has broadened the scope of security features in its Cloud Pak for Security bundle, and has partnered with Zscaler for SASE efforts.
Juniper Networks is rolling out Security Director Cloud to provide a central point of management for enterprise security management.