Isha Suri

Isha Suri is a staff writer for SiliconANGLE covering social news and security trends.If you have a story idea or news tip, send it to @SiliconAngle on Twitter.

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Zetta.net introduces cloud backup migration for Symantec Backup Exec

Zetta, enterprise-grade cloud backup and disaster recovery solution provider for small and mid-size enterprises, and MSPs, is introducing up to 6 months of free cloud backup services for Symantec Backup Exec. cloud customers impacted by the pending shutdown. With this offering, Zetta is providing up to 6 months free enterprise-grade cloud backup, along with 20% […]

Salesforce’s Dreamforce: Upcoming mobile hackathon offers $1 million prize

Salesforce.com is all set to kick start with $1 Million Hackathon. Scheduled for November 18-21 in San Francisco, with a target audience including developers, designers, and entrepreneurs, Dreamforce conference is showcasing a hackathon to inspire developers to build next generation mobile apps. To attract the talent, Salesforce.com has set the top winning prize at $1 […]

Express Logic adds kernel awareness of the ThreadX RTOS in ARM DS-5 tools

Express Logic, renowned provider of advanced run-time solution for deeply embedded applications, recently added Kernel-Aware Debug Support for ARM DS-5 Development Tools in order to provide greater transparency into thread and task management–a sure way to further reduce development and debug time. By providing kernel awareness for DS-5 tools, Express Logic has become the first […]

JNBridge Lab Creates Real-Time Visual Monitoring for Hadoop Clusters with .NET-based Visio

JNBridge, the leading provider of interoperability tools connecting Java and .NET, recently announced its most recent Lab. JNBridge Labs is a series of interoperability kits designed to help developers connect Java and .NET technologies in new and innovative ways. These labs are free to download and include all code and documentation. This allows developers to […]

Weekly DevOps Roundup: Cloud Based Server Metrics Agent, OpManager for Large Enterprises

Load Impact has announced the first cloud-based Server Metrics Agent that will assist developers with avoiding bottlenecks and scalability obstacles. Panorama9 enhances its offerings in the IT management department with greater collaboration, integration with helpdesk software, and a better sense of who-what-where. And, ManageEngine has announced the general availability of OpManager Large Enterprise Edition, adding to its […]

Sub $100 3D Peachy Printer Smashes Kickstarter Goal With Over $350,000

3D printing and scanning is all set to go mainstream and becoming more affordable. These three-dimensional printers are getting cheaper and reduced to a size at which they may well be used in offices as well as homes. While people are still speculating on just how cheap 3D printers can be, here comes the latest […]

Nirvanix Closing Down, Gives Two Weeks’ Notice of Service Shutdown

Cloud Service Provider, Nirvanix is closing its cloud services, and has given a short two weeks’ notice to its customers so that they can retrieve their data and move it to some other cloud service provider. But what’s more surprising is that the company hasn’t mentioned anything on its website about the service shutdown. Reportedly, […]

Valve Hints At New Steam Hardware, Names Linux the Future of Gaming

Speaking at LinuxCon in New Orleans, Gabe Newell, the co-founder and managing director of Valve, dropped a hint of new upcoming Steam Hardware. Besides in a surprising statement, he called Linux the future of gaming despite its very small share of the market, mainly because its openness stood in stark contrast to the closed and […]

Google’s New ‘Moonshots’ is All about Eliminating Language Barriers

Google is actively working on its newest innovative product: Moonshots. A voice-enabled universal translation system, Moonshots is Google’s attempt to eliminate language barriers. (Hello, Star Trek Universal Translator!) As of now, many people use Google’s Translate service that can translate several languages for the web (a go-to stopgap for reading foreign language web pages or writing […]

Windows Azure and AWS Update Caching Services

Microsoft and Amazon are going head to head as both companies compete by updating their cloud caching services. Recently, Microsoft’s Windows Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) had their caching services updated: AWS has expanded ElastiCache with Redis, and Windows Azure promises faster response times on Windows Azure Cache. Redis is a popular open-source caching […]