Nutanix wants to be the 'new kid on the block' and exploit new hardware and software architectures to make VDI far more significant and, yes, make it the year of sometime soon.
Low-code application development vendor Appian sees a way to start selling pre-built applications and solutions to its large enterprise user base and opens up the temptation of using the same approach to move into the mid-sized and small business sectors.
The burgeoning cloud services marketplace could grind to a halt if the reseller channel community fails to get its act together and start taking those services – with their own expertise and IP added in – out to businesses.
The future for many businesses will be a hybrid mix with a range of different cloud services and service providers that will need to work together. This is a role custom-made for channel partners to exploit, but they need to be ready, and maybe they ain’t...
Huawei sees a role for itself that includes R&D out at the bleeding edge of research and technological development.
Huawei’s answer to the accusations made against it is to accept every point made against it, whether evidence exists or not, and test more than any other comms vendor to prove the claims unwarranted.
The spat between the US and Huawei, was front and centre, to left and right, above and underneath just about every discussion.
The combination of the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud software and HPE’s GreenLake range of base applications services give both partners something to offer both their own and their new partner’s customers, and they stand to gain most from it in the way of greater choice.
Another security survey, but one at least attempting to open up a subject where everyone knows there's a problem, but there is a sense that it is all 'someone else’s fault’.
The Chinese comms giant sees scope in targeting cloud services for the manufacturers and businesses that will end up selling their products and services through the likes of Alibaba.
A reflection back on last week’s Cloud Expo at London’s ExCel, where it seemed clear a match shift is needed – and possibly imminent – but where vendors and users seem keen to cling on to old ways.