By Tom Raftery on March 9, 2012
Endpoint management is a term I came across relatively recently at a Symantec event – it refers to software used to manage client computers, laptops, and servers in an organisation (the endpoints of the network). Endpoint management software does things like automating the rollout of updates, manages licensing of software and often has a role […]
By Tom Raftery on February 9, 2011
If you’ve been following this blog in the last couple of weeks you’ll have noticed that I have profiled a couple of data centre energy management companies – well, today it is the turn of Power Assure. The last time I talked to Power Assure was two years ago and they were still very early […]
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By Merv Adrian on July 12, 2010
IBM employs 45,000 software engineers worldwide, and like all large firms, has been greatly expanding its overseas contingent, leading some in the US to complain that not enough is being done “back home.” In mid-June, IBM provided an answer with the opening of a new lab facility in the Boston suburb of Littleton, Massachusetts, one […]
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By Michael Coté on November 23, 2009
A new SaaS offering from Tivoli: pricing, competition, and a quick analysis.
By Michael Coté on November 19, 2009
IBM finally seems to “get it” when it comes to cloud computing, but do we really want to know what “it” is?