LiveChat for iPad, Easier Customer Chat Support

Jennefer Almirante | July 13th

LiveChat is a real-time, live-chat software tool for ecommerce sales and support, which helps people  talk to website visitors.  They've taken their service mobile, launching LiveChat for...»

The Services Angle on VMware’s Cloud Infrastructure Suite

Dave Vellante | July 12th

Three years ago, VMware CEO Paul Maritz announced his intention to build what he called a "Software Mainframe." What did that mean? It meant that VMware engineers (2,000 of them) were going to build a...»

Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference Previews Upcoming Hardware

Steven Hodson | July 12th

While much of today’s keynote on the second day of Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference  was about some pretty dry subjects, mainly targeting the enterprise market space,   some time was taken  show off some of the hardware that will...»

The Tata Cloud – Why Makes Good Sense

Alex Williams | July 12th

Tata Communications, the worldwide consulting service provider, is building a network of data centers throughout the world to serve the small business market. To do that, the company is using, which Citrix...»

CloudFlare Raises $20M for Cloud Acceleration, Security Offerings

Maria Deutscher | July 12th

CloudFlare, a security startup that has its roots in open source spam protection network Project Honey Pot, just raised $20 million in a Series B funding round, led by New Enterprise Associates. Existing investors Pelion...»

Microsoft Walks on Clouds – Windows Intune Takes IT Virtual

Mellisa Tolentino | July 12th

Cloud computing is really something that companies and investors are looking into these days, and this week delivers a couple prime examples of this growing trend.  Citrix just acquired, with a remaining focus...»

VMware vSphere 5: the “Monster” of Cloud Infrastructure

Cherr Aira | July 12th

As the competition continues to chase after VMware’s industry leadership, the company ensures that they will give their opponents a good, tough fight. Citrix is one of the those organizations which are closing the gap,...»

Spammers Chuck Botnets, Rely on Compromised Accounts Instead

Kristina Farrah | July 12th

According to a CommTouch quarterly Internet Threats Trend Report, spammers prefer sending their unsolicited mails through compromised accounts than botnets. This strategy shift is most likely driven by high-profile botnets being taken down one by one, consequently dropping...»

Netflix’s New Subscription Plans Sound Like Wireless Carriers

Saroj Kar | July 12th

Netflix, the world's favorite Internet subscription service provider, has revealed a new unlimited DVD plan for US customers. Under the new scheme, members would pay $7.99 a month for one DVD out a time and $11.99...»