Messaging provider IceWarp has been accepted into the Cisco Developer Network, meaning it can now develop software that will be integrated and embedded into Cisco products.
Developers for IceWarp can now use the Cisco Developer Network to speed up development.
IceWarp’s president, Ladislav Goc, said that his company wants to expand on the growing trend of customers using the messaging platform within Cisco products. more»
A shortage of workers in China could cause a shortage in notebook shipments for the month of October, according to a report.
As the holiday season approaches, it is expected, according to sources in the supply chain, that a wider gap could occur later in the month. more»
Top notebook peddler Acer has chosen Marco Andresen as general manager in the UK, replacing Neil Marshall who was promoted to looking after North Europe operations.
Both Andresen and Marshall will cooperate on their current and new positions frmo 1 November, 2013. more»
Last week, TechEye visited IEF 2013 in Dublin to hear what the semiconductor industry had to say for itself. Here’s the roundup:
Imagination Technologies’ Tony King-Smith said the future really relies not on the humble CPU but industry and engine cooperation for the System on Chip. more»
Although analytics software is a necessary trend for many businesses, companies who’ve splashed out aren’t putting the tools to use properly, according to a survey.
The SANS Institute asked 647 respondents, in collaboration with Guidance Software, HP, Hexis Cyber Solutions, LogRhythm and SolarWinds, about analytics habits within their companies. more»
IBM has bought cloud based mobile messaging company Xtify for an undisclosed amount.
Big Blue hopes the buy will help it further push its capabilities in mobile towards digital advertising, as well as helping shape its public sector offerings, through cloud services. more»
Bull Information Systems has put together a new big data analytics tool called “bullion fast data analytics”, designed to look at data from the digital economy in real time.
It has been built using Pivotal based technologies in combination with Bull’s bullion servers. more»
HP has made some updates to its PartnerOne programme which it promises will make doing business with the company “easier” and “more predictable”.
There’s a range of specialisations in new areas, as well as more rebates to go along with its compensation model, better partner portal navigation, role based certs, and “a consistent membership structure”. more»
A report from Patrick Moorhead’s Moor Insights & Strategy has asserted that, although the server market is dominated by Dell, HP and IBM at present, Lenovo is well positioned to break out of the “other” category and start making a serious dent in market share. more»
HP has announced what it calls the first enterprise class software-defined networking (SDN) open ecosystem, with the HP SDN Developer Kit (SDK) and the HP SDN App Store.
HP boasts the emergence of SDN should do away with fiddling around with legacy network gear and epic customisation projects, instead automating network operations. more»
One in ten of the UK’s top spending advertisers have built websites that automatically bring up content depending on the device of the end user – otherwise called responsive design.
If a user clicks on a website through a tablet, for example, the ad content will be designed specificallu for that platform, and likewise with a PC, laptop or smartphone. more»
Small to medium enterprises are increasingly looking to local cloud providers rather than monolithic tech companies that do not necessarily inspire trust in their customers.
According to local cloud provider for local people, Prism Solutions, there are hyper geographical requirements for cloud that remote providers may not be able to address, such as being aware of connection speeds or the need to support existing IT structures. more»
Worldwide revenues for the telecoms industry are expected to stay mostly flat over the coming years, according to a report.
A deep decline in spending on voice services will be offset by growth in mobile and fixed broadband data services, according to analyst house Ovum. more»
Dell SecureWorks has teamed up with European law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) in a bid to dispel common myths about data protection laws.
A whitepaper looks at current laws and exactly how they impact security implementation in the EMEA region, as well as providing some pointers on using external Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) for security. more»
For some time now, eBay has been pushing discussion about the future of etail, the high street, and how brick and mortar will intersect with online shopping – now, in a bold move, the company has joined up with Argos in a bid to offer the best of both worlds. more»