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The goal of the partnership is produce a system that not only identifies phishing attacks faster with less false positives, but also analyzes suspected phishing sites and sources.
With the deals, Extreme Networks garners more distribution and a converged infrastructure story.
The data storage and virtualization giant will buy Israeli storage startup ScaleIO. Rumors spun that EMC churned out $200 million for the firm, but the terms of the deal were not disclosed.
While Cloudera, along with core Apache and Hortonworks, have the lion's share of current European Hadoop use, proprietary vendors could be the elephants in the room.
If you're looking for an indication of how hot the file sync and share market is, look no further than Dropbox's announcement yesterday that it has over 175 million registered users. But who leads this market? Results from a new Forrester Wave might surprise you.
EMC's updated data protection strategy focuses on protecting data during backups and disaster recovery operations.
ScaleIO's elastic virtual SAN pitch is reportedly encouraging EMC to get its chequebook out.
GE is also touting that the value of its new Industrial Internet scheme will reach nearly $1.3 trillion by 2020.
The Iomega brand name is on its way out.
EMC announces new features for its Isilon NAS and its Syncplicity file sync and sharing system at EMC World 2013.
Storage and software giant EMC has revealed plans to scale back its global workforce. The announcement comes after the company's earnings for the first quarter of 2013 missed Wall Street's expectations.
The new enterprise Platform-as-a-Service from EMC and VMware taps consumer trends but realizes that not all businesses are interested in big public clouds.
"Customers are still being very cautious with their IT spending. For sure most orders are subject to greater scrutiny and many enterprises are now requiring a higher level of executive sign-off," says EMC CEO Joe Tucci.
According to LenovoEMC, its network video recorders (NVRs) are designed for security installations with less than 20 Internet Protocol cameras.
The LifeLine 4.0 OS aims to bring more enterprise-class storage features to smaller companies via its Iomega branded products.