Ken Nalbone and Tom Hollingsworth discuss Huawei’s woes, how 5G might effect the weather, Broadcom coming under scrutiny, KubeCon announcements, and more!
Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino are running down the IT news of the week. This time they are talking about the latest US-Huawei tensions, Slack reaching 10 million DAU, Rubrik’s data leak, and Japan’s plan to hack into their own IOT devices.
In this edition of Gestalt News:
– John Herbert talks about the networking trials of moving to the cloud
– Rich Stroffolino examines if 2018 is the year of the cloud
– Nick Bowie sits down for the IT Origins interview
Surprise! Huawei Symantec has arrived in the United States, ready to take on the midrange storage and network security market with a line of devices that have proven their worth in the international market for three years. I sat down with the company’s management at Storage Networking World and quizzed them on their plans and aspirations for growth.
Today is the (a?) day of reckoning in the 3Par saga, with Dell widely expected to make a counter-offer higher than HP’s bid. But this mega deal, like the Data Domain war before it, sends a strong signal to the enterprise IT world: It’s open season on data storage companies! But the rising superpowers are also likely looking at networking as an area of expansion. The game is afoot!