Category Archives: cio

First Dell, now BMC: Which legacy IT company will go private next?

Originally posted on Gigaom:
With BMC(s bmc) being taken private by a pair of private equity firms in a deal worth $6.9 billion or $46.25 per share in cash, one has to wonder what legacy IT vendor will be next…

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Update: Cloud, Mobility And Apps Are Redefining Corporate Authentication In 2013 Not Microsoft.

BYOD also means Choose Your Own Authentication Service. Applications within App stores are not focused on integration with Active Directory Services(ADS) but cloud services like Google, FaceBook and SalesForce.com. Google demonstrated this today with the announcement: Google+ hopes it has … Continue reading

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Retail Support For BYOD Impacting Enterprise Technology Adoption

BYOD has raised the question in corporate IT “How Do I Support This?!”  End users are doing this themselves. In the article in Computer Weekly: Gartner BYOD will encourage self support and this is already happening. Users are educating IT because … Continue reading

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Forbes: Why Storage Technology Is Disrupting The Enterprise ie: Nutanix, Fusion IO etc.

Exciting to see Nutanix & Fusion IO getting the attention they deserve in this Forbes article. http://www.forbes.com/sites/tomiogeron/2013/02/21/why-storage-technology-is-disrupting-the-enterprise/

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So NBC.com got hacked. So what?

Always enjoy reading stuff like this and figuring out how something works. It makes technology fun!

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Amazon gets (more) serious about the enterprise. No kidding

Originally posted on Gigaom:
If you still don’t think Amazon(s amzn) is serious about winning enterprise accounts for Amazon Web Services, you need to get over it. The public cloud leader wants to be the preferred cloud for even the…

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Inside Look – F5 Mobile App Manager

Originally posted on psilva's prophecies:
I meet with WW Security Architect Corey Marshall to get an Inside Look and detailed demo of F5’s Mobile App Manager. BYOD 2.0: Moving Beyond MDM.   ps Related: F5’s Feeling Alive with Newly…

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