Google Drive Gives Businesses Another Reason not to Invest in IT

Alex Williams | April 24th

A study by Parallels Software found that 45% of small businesses do not have an IT department. Google just gave those companies another good reason why they will continue to do just fine without an...»

VMware Acquires Cetas, Weaponizes Cloud Big Data

Matt Weinberger | April 24th

VMware is getting into the big data game with the purchase of Cetas Software, a Palo Alto, California-based startup that provides a Hadoop-based analytics and business intelligence platform that can be deployed on...»

NetApp Adds Data-Awareness to Storage Software

Maria Deutscher | April 24th

NetApp upgraded its SANtricity software, used to power its E-Series storage systems, with a few new features generously seasoned with big data compatibility.  Channel partners are the main focus of this announcement. The additions to SANtricity...»

Yammer Update Adds Enterprise Apps, Expands Social Network Ecosystem

Saroj Kar | April 24th

Business social network Yammer gained a good deal of attention with its explosive year of growth, a notable $85 million in funding in early March, followed by the acquisition of Scottish startup oneDrum.  Today...»

Dell Reveals New Virtualized Network Offerings

Maria Deutscher | April 24th

Dell is making the most out if its Force10 acquisition, considering the news of several new upcoming offerings that aim to expand the hardware giant’s footprint in this area. First up is the MXL 40GbE switch...»

Cyberthreat Weekly: CISPA, Malware Attacks and New Breaches into the US Government

Kristina Farrah | April 24th

Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (or CISPA) is in the air and while it looks like the Congress is finally taking cybersecurity really seriously, this law has an oppressive aura pretty much like


Video Chat While You Dominate on the PS Vita with Skype April 25th

Kyt Dotson | April 24th

Tomorrow, Skype will appear in the app store for Sony’s magnificent handheld PlayStation Vita—and the device is perfect for it. The Vita has two high quality cameras (forward and rear) and there are both Wi-Fi and 3G models...»

What is the IT Industry Afraid Of? It’s Anonymous

Mellisa Tolentino | April 24th

Bit9, provider of server security and protection against advanced persistent threats using an adaptive whitelisting approach, released the 2012 Bit9 Cyber Security Research Report--Kit Dotson, SiliconANGLE's cybersecurity editor analysed the report yesterday. It tackles...»

Cloudera’s Bag of Hadoop Goodies Ships with CDH4

Maria Deutscher | April 24th

Hadoop distributor Cloudera announced the fourth version of the Cloudera’s Distribution Including Apache Hadoop today, exactly 12 months after the launch of v3. CDH4 is now available in public beta, giving time for community...»

Skype Video Gets Spicy with PlayStation Vita Launch

Isha Suri | April 24th

PlayStation Vita is a popular gaming console for gamers worldwide, and the introduction of Skype for PS Vita has made it even more interesting. Vita users can now make voice and video calls, and...»