The virtual desktop is on its way to being spruced up as Nvidia sharpens its focus on the enterprise.
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By adding its DB2 database software to SmartCloud, IBM boasted that both corporate and government customers could see up to 25 times faster data reporting.
The PC maker boasts that these new product will cut the cost of VDI in half, adding that the portfolio includes the first dual-core and quad-core thin clients to offer virus immune endpoint solutions for enterprise customers.
Citrix is bring its mobile platforms to the front of its product portfolio, which revolves around collaboration, cloud and virtualization.
Essentially, SAP has the tool set (thanks primarily to its flagship HANA in-memory database) while EMPEA will provide the brainpower.
In light of the tornadoes in Oklahoma this past week, it is more evident than ever that ever second counts, and mobile offers more opportunities to reach more people in times of trouble.
Bottom line: Amazon is looking for the next "Fifty Shades of Grey" by panning directly to would-be fan fiction authors.
The U.S. IT company sees value in the mobile document signing company.
Boston-based Wyless strikes a deal with Asia's leading ICT services provider in its home market.
In Solera, Blue Coat finds a big boost for its bid to secure the enterprise.