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  • Citrix will stream Windows apps to Chrome OS laptops

    The same Citrix technology that lets users access <a href="">Windows</a> applications from the <a href="">iPad</a> is coming to Chrome OS laptops built by Google.

  • HP takes swipes at Cisco on Interop stage

    LAS VEGAS -- It's not often HP and Cisco share the same stage during a keynote address. But today at Interop that's exactly what they did -- and HP didn't share the stage nicely.

  • HP counters Cisco with new switches, architecture

    LAS VEGAS -- At <a href="">Interop</a> this week, HP unveiled products supporting a new architecture that attempts to unify enterprise <a href="">data center</a>, campus and branch networks under a common and consistent operating environment.

  • Avaya adds switch to VENA lineup

    <a href="">Avaya</a> this week will extend it <a href="">data center</a> networking line and architecture with a new top-of-rack switch.

  • State Street modernizing with cloud, Linux technologies

    State Street Corporation says technology must evolve to meet the increasingly demanding needs of financial services, and within its own data centers is adopting new cloud-like technologies and placing a greater emphasis on Linux and open source.

  • CIO priorities reflect NBN opportunities in ANZ: Gartner

    Organisations are looking to make the most of opportunities associated with the National Broadband Network (NBN), with Gartner Executive Program’s annual CIO agenda survey showing that networking, voice and data communications are a higher technology priority in Australia and New Zealand than globally.

  • Can IPS appliances remain useful in a virtual-machine world?

    Intrusion-prevention system (IPS) vendors have not found it easy to recast their appliances for use in the <a href="">virtual-machine (VM) environment.</a> But now McAfee and Sourcefire claim to have overcome some hurdles, at least with VMware's VM.