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Content tagged with Unified Communications posted in April 2011
Cisco Attacks Multi-Vendor Networks
Commentary  |  4/28/2011  | 
The right network, from Cisco of course, can drive innovation, productivity, and enable new business models.
Dell Enhances Popular Kace Management Appliance
News  |  4/22/2011  | 
Acquired less than a year ago, the Dell Kace K1000 Management Appliance line, which combines general system management features with specific endpoint security features, is getting a face-lift. The most significant updates to version 5.3 include easier license management, new Dell warranty integration and an improved Windows agent that simplifies deployment to Windows-based systems.
Forum Systems Integrates XML Gateway, Web Application Firewall On Single Appliance
News  |  4/19/2011  | 
Forum Systems has announced a unified Web application firewall (WAF) and XML gateway on a single platform, combining identity management and authentication, threat detection and blocking, malware filtering and XML processing for complex, high-volume Web transaction environments, such as financial services.
Forum Systems Delivers Industry's First Unified Content Firewall
News  |  4/19/2011  | 
Forum Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Crosscheck Networks, Inc., today announced the next generation of its flagship XML Gateway fueling faster, more powerful and seamless Web experiences for users.
Amplidata Builds 'Unbreakable' Storage
Commentary  |  4/15/2011  | 
While I stand by my position that we put too much of the responsibility for keeping our data safe for the long term on storage systems, as I wrote in Long Term Retention:It's More Than Media, I also believe that you bet on different horses for different courses. Startup Amplidata's new AmpliStor system has most of the features on my wish list for storing large data objects like medical images or rich media.
Mathias On Mobility: Cisco At A Crossroads
Commentary  |  4/13/2011  | 
Cisco's core problem is that it is too big, and it has a product line and service mix that is complex even for an analyst to understand.
IBM Focuses On 'Make It Work Better Or Cost Less'
News  |  4/13/2011  | 
More than 8,000 customers, partners and others have joined IBM for the Impact 2011 conference, where announcements included more than 50 new products, enhancements and services centered on the company's software-as-a-service (SaaS) portfolio. The annual event focuses on Big Blue's SaaS offerings, which span from business process management (BPM) to collaboration, social business, Web analytics, B2B commerce, supply chain management, marketing and enterprise systems management.
HP Prescribes Cure For Information Management Malaise
News  |  4/6/2011  | 
Setting the stage for the next evolution of the Instant-On Enterprise, which it started talking about late last year, HP is updating its information management (IM) portfolio, in part based on a customer survey indicating that 70 percent of organizations lack a holistic approach to managing business-critical information and instead are focused on managing infrastructure.
Practical Analysis: Cisco's Conundrum
Commentary  |  4/5/2011  | 
Why John Chambers' memo to employees underplays the challenges ahead for the world's largest networking company.
Simple Just Got More Powerful: MaxxVault Enterprise 5 To Be Released On April 18, 2011
News  |  4/4/2011  | 
MaxxVault LLC, a leading provider of Electronic Document Management Systems (EDMS) software, is pleased to announce that MaxxVault Enterprise 5 will be made available on April 18th, 2011. With the new release, MaxxVault adds additional power and ease of use. Mid-sized and large companies will find MaxxVault Enterprise 5 to be more appealing with the addition of new features and enhancements to existing tools.


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