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Survey by customer engagement software provider 7 finds that millennials leading adoption of messaging apps, embracing live chat and chatbots, but they still want to talk to humans when needed.
"Free at last, free at last, thank God Almighty, we're free at last!" Yes, those were the words used by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during his "I Have a Dream" speech in 1963, talking about civil rights in the United States. Similar sentiments were used years later when innovators in...
The company that made its name in the hyperconverged infrastructure space is continuing to expand its efforts to offer a complete enterprise platform.
The chip vendor unveils the first update to its WICED internet of things development environment since buying the technology from Broadcom earlier this year.
BT partners with Nuage Networks to add to its telco services, while CA will integrate Viptela's SD-WAN platform with its network management software.
The company is expanding its enterprise communications capabilities at a time when Microsoft, Facebook and others are rolling out new offerings.
The vendors are bringing open software to the group, which is working to create a complete open-source network operating system.
Organizations are going to the cloud, be it private, public or hybrid—a notion recently reinforced by Pluribus Networks. Officials with Pluribus, a player in the fast-growing and crowded software-defined networking (SDN) space, surveyed 134 IT technical professionals at the recent VMworld 2016...
The consortium, which has developed a wireless networking mesh for connected homes, wants to extend the reach of Thread into buildings.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Spiceworks is providing a combination of new and currently available products to help enterprises discover potential Internet of things security threats.
The chip maker will integrate Brocade's SAN products into its portfolio, and look for a buyer for Brocade's IP networking business.
The company and other TIP members lay out steps the consortium is taking to bring open-development concepts to the telecommunications industry.