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Highlights of the first day and a half of the International Consumer Electronics Show, happening this week in Las Vegas, include Cisco CEO John Chambers doubling down on Cisco’s ongoing theme of the Internet of Things.
Depending on one’s point of view, 2013 was either a terrible year, a great year or just another marker in the passage of time. But in the world of enterprise technology, there were certainly a lot of things to like about 2013.
In this Aberdeen podcast, Editorial Director Jim Rapoza sits down with Senior Research Analyst Dick Csaplar to discuss his recent research on the limited appeal of storage virtualization.
In a recent interview, Aberdeen Editorial Director Jim Rapoza spoke to Aberdeen Group Research Director Andrew Borg, who heads up the Enterprise Mobility & Collaboration practice, about the potential impact of the IBM-Fiberlink deal.
ot that long ago, Ixia was known mainly as a provider of high-end testing equipment. Fast forward to today and Ixia has become much more of an end-to-end network solution provider whose products can be used in all stages of a product or service lifecycle.
Aberdeen research shows that the top two pressure-shaping social media initiatives are the proliferation of new channels for engagement and the influence of third parties on customers’ decision journeys.
The MIT Emerging Technology conference, or EmTech, has always focused on cutting edge technologies and trends. And the 2013 EmTech was no exception.
Trends in focus at the Interop 2013 conference in New York.
In this Aberdeen Business & Technology Daily podcast, Editorial Director Jim Rapoza talks to Aberdeen Research Director Andrew Borg about the recent sale of BlackBerry for $4.7 billion dollars.
In this Aberdeen Business & Technology Daily podcast, Editorial Director Jim Rapoza talks to Aberdeen Research Director Andrew Borg about the recent acquisition of Enterasys Networks by Extreme Networks.
Massachusetts technology companies are seeing their own tax revolt gain traction through a proposal put forth by Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick in an omnibus transportation bill.
It’s no surprise that so many choose to work at home rather than in the office. But it wasn’t always like this.
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