Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino are talking about the IT news of the week, including Zoom’s nasty security vulnerability, Cisco buying Acacia, the UK vs Mozilla, and why 7-11 isn’t known for making apps.
Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss the recent Cloudflare outage, how big the overall SaaS market is, if Huawei and the US are patching things up, and why Broadcom wants to buy Symantec.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss what Extreme Networks is getting by buying Aerohive, what the latest marketshare numbers spell for Nutanix in the HCI market, why Micron beat on its earnings expectations, and more!
Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss all the announcements from HPE Discover, Nvidia bringing CUDA to ARM, Huawei slashing revenue, and the League of Entropy.
This week, Ken Nalbone and Stephen Foskett discuss some acquisitions: Salesforce acquiring Tableau and Have I Been Pwned up for sale. Then we turn again to China, and who Western Digital’s blockade of Huawei will hurt more. Finally, it’s Dropbox, and whether their enterprise pivot is going to work.
This week, Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss the Oracle-Microsoft cloud bromance, forthcoming antitrust investigations into hyperscalers, and why the tape industry is trying to kill itself.
This week on the Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss the relevant news out of Computex, how future HTML standards are changing, and Huawei getting the boot from a few standards bodies.
Ken Nalbone and Tom Hollingsworth discuss Huawei’s woes, how 5G might effect the weather, Broadcom coming under scrutiny, KubeCon announcements, and more!
This week, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino talked about the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown. They discussed the news from Microsoft Build, security issues with GitHub and Jenkins, and the Firefox Add-On kerfuffle.
From Dell Technologies World, Stephen Foskett and Ken Nalbone are here with the Gestalt IT Rundown. They discussed if Azure is catching up to AWS, a big data breach of 80 million US households, and the implications of Azure integrating with VMware.