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NEWS ANALYSIS: With the coming of enterprise-quality NAND flash, the scene was set for young storage companies to be swallowed. Why? We explain.
The latest version, based on the Kilo OpenStack distribution, includes improved lifecycle management, networking and security.
2016 will be a pivotal year for tech enterprises: Plainly, those who dance to the tune of providing exactly what the customer wants—and when they want it—will thrive. Those who put out products and services and simply expect customers to adjust to them will begin to experience significant churn...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Elllison may not be paying attention to IBM and SAP anymore, but he'd better keep an eye on Amazon, Salesforce and a spate of smaller competitors.
DAILY VIDEO: EMC, VMware to spin out Virtustream as hybrid cloud business; HP to shut down Its Helion public cloud in January; Apple updates OS X and iOS to patch security flaws; and there's more.
Hewlett-Packard has unveiled two refreshed Chromebook 14 models that now include optional Full HD displays and new Intel Celeron processors that promise more performance than the Nvidia Tegra units that were built into previous models. The new Chromebook 14 G4 is being targeted to SMBs and...
Despite speculation and HP's imminent split, Michael Dell and others say PCs are still a cornerstone to the vendor's future plans.
The vendor will cede the market to the likes of AWS and Microsoft, but will expand its offerings to help customers adopt hybrid clouds.
As HP's split nears, the company is divesting its TippingPoint network security business unit, which isn't considered to be core to Hewlett Packard Enterprise's mission.
DAILY VIDEO: The FAA to impose drone registration rules by the end of 2015; Apple plans to replace peeling displays on some MacBook models; Intel may end up inside Apple's iPhone; and there's more.