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Extreme Networks continues industry consolidation with
acquisition of Brocade’s data center networking business

Any fan of the PGA Tour will never forget the “better than most” call by NBC’s Gary Koch. On March 24, 2001, Tiger Woods stepped up to execute one of the most difficult putts of his career. Halfway to the hole, Koch uttered the words “better than most” as it looked like his putt was going to be a good one. It wound up going in, and that become yet another notable moment in Tiger’s illustrious career where great execution was becoming the norm.

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Brocade continues to bring new features to
Fibre Channel, helping companies as they move
toward high-performance, all-flash data centers

Last year, Brocade introduced its 32 Gig Fibre Channel portfolio. Gen6, as Brocade calls it, is ideally suited to meet the demands of a digital world that is seeing an explosion of traffic from data center modernization, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing.

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Today Cisco introduced Spark Room Kits, enhanced
Spark security, an update to the Spark Hybrid
Media Service and expanded Spark care

The industry’s largest collaboration show, Enterprise Connect, gets underway this week in Orlando, Florida. The show has become the place for vendors to show off the latest and greatest, and the week started off with Cisco announcing some new products and updates to existing ones.

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Securing the critical infrastructure security remains a challenge,
and organizations have to adjust their security strategies

Earlier this year Fortinet hired its first chief information security officer (CISO). The timing makes sense, as the company has grown into a leading security vendor with an integrated, security fabric vision that few competitors can match.

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RingCentral Office is a single, unified app that can be used
for team messaging, audio, video, fax, SMS, collaboration
and conferencing on a desktop, tablet or mobile phone

I started my career as an analyst in 2001, and one of the first reports I wrote was on the topic of “unified communications,” or UC as it’s more commonly called today. The concept is pretty simple: Workers use lots of communications tools, so why not bring them together into a single, easy-to-use tool? Makes sense, doesn’t it?

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