Cisco Systems and EMC are expanding a partnership to ensure the security of sensitive enterprise data.
Stories by Stephen Lawson
3Com and its partners in a proposed acquisition haven't yet reached a deal that they believe would ease U.S. government concerns about national security.
The second time may prove to be the charm in EMC's attempt to acquire Iomega, as the consumer and small-business storage maker said Monday that EMC's latest offer is superior to other potential deals.
Wide-area data networks, once the workhorses of e-mail and file transfers, now are expected to do a wide variety of things while being as steady as the old-fashioned phone system. On Tuesday, Cisco Systems expects to meet those new needs with a series of WAN edge routers that jump ahead of its current gear in speed and sophistication, and are based on a powerful new core processor.
As more medium-sized companies consolidate their storage, Hewlett-Packard seized an opportunity on Tuesday with a disk array it says is easier to work with than large-enterprise gear, but delivers more capabilities than entry-level storage.
Motorola may spin off its handset business, the weakest part of a wireless giant that has seen hard times and a management shakeup in recent months.
As servers and storage start to merge into unified, virtualised systems, Cisco wants to do the same thing with the networks that connect them.
Motorola's mobile-phone business continued to lose its signal in the fourth quarter, dragging the company's revenue and profit down.
The past year may have been a wireless dream come true if you're a fan of the iPhone and more open handsets and networks, but it was a nightmare for some major new alternatives to traditional mobile services.
Social networking is coming to enterprises, but that doesn't mean the twentysomethings are taking over, Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO John Chambers said Tuesday.
Struggling smartphone maker Palm can't win for losing.
Qualcomm has agreed to buy mobile banking company Firethorn Holdings for about US$210 million in the latest move into software and services by a mobile hardware vendor.
EMC has acquired Voyence to help IT administrators keep track of both the changes made in their network and security devices and the problems that come up -- which in some cases are related.
Cisco Systems on Monday appeared to further distance itself from a tax scandal in Brazil, saying it can't vouch for everything its channel partners do.
College parties met business e-mail on Wednesday as Facebook Inc. said it is adding its social-networking platform to Research In Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry devices.