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Unicorns and baby unicorns – So adorable but where do they go from here?

Billion-dollar startups are the talk of the town; a unicorn´s CEO can´t sneeze without it showing up on Valleywag, or the founder being parodied on the hit TV show, “Silicon Valley”. Meanwhile, everyone is watching the baby unicorns, the next-generation startups that appear to be on the fast-track to a massive valuation. Not yet household names outside the venture and tech communities, the baby unicorns represent tremendous potential for their investors. Or do they? And there are the reliable technology leaders – not unicorns, not baby unicorns, perhaps not even startups. Solid performers who generate innovation…and revenues. How do they all fit together in the fast-moving industry?

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New technology approaches to today’s threat environment

Too often the bad guys are winning. Every day we learn about more cyber attacks – that is to say, more successful examples where hackers manage to penetrate vital business or government systems, steal data, steal money, steal intellectual property, and insert secret back doors for continuous surveillance, espionage, and sabotage

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Software defined cloud networking – the formless in pursuit of the ephemeral?

What are the key drivers here: Is it service orchestration and operational management? Improving CAPEX and OPEX? Migrating legacy technology? Product differentiation? Or simply inertia or apathy by enterprise customers who haven’t taken the time to understand SDN?

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Cloud service innovation: who’s investing in what?

Jeremiah Caron from Current Analysis is interested in cloud innovation – but not what is being proposed so much as what is actually happening, or about to happen. Where are service providers putting their money today: NFV? SDN? Service orchestration?

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Advances in wireless and beyond 802.11a

The newest Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ac, uses the 5GHz band, and greater bandwidth, to reduce interference and boost data rates to beyond 1Gbps. The Wi-Fi Alliance has just announced certification for 802.11ac products, bringing faster, more reliable Wi-Fi for today’s business

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2020 vision for cloud services to the enterprise

What service should the enterprise expect and demand by 2020? more
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