September 24, 2012 9:40AM News as reported by the company:
DH2i Launches DxConsole 2012R2 – Featuring Industry's First Microsoft SQL Server Instance Automated Load Balancer -- New DxSRM Software Module Dramatically Simplifies and Improves Application Management Across Physical, Virtual and Cloud Environments; Lowers Overall Costs By Over 50%
Microsoft Stepping Up Privacy Efforts Redmond wants to become a leader in a newly competitive space: your privacy. Microsoft said it's expanding encryption across all of its services to guard against snooping by governments.
Cisco, HP Among Winners in Slowing Server Market Although the PC market is declining, the server industry is still posting gains, albeit slight ones. In the third quarter of 2013 worldwide server shipments grew 1.9 percent year-over-year, according to Gartner.
Here Comes the New USB Plug Time to get ready for a new USB plug. The new connector for USB 3.1 will be reversible, so a user can insert it with either side on the top, and it may be the only connector needed for many devices.
EU Regulators Approve Microsoft Deal for Nokia Regulators within the European Union have given the green light to Microsoft's $7.4 billion buyout of Nokia. The move had been expected, but now that regulators have officially accepted it Microsoft can move forward.
Knox: Why More Enterprises Don't Buy Samsung Samsung is crushing the smartphone competition in terms of units sold. But the company has a perceived weak spot that is preventing it from dominating in the enterprise: its Knox security software.
AT&T Follows T-Mobile with No-Contract Plans Trying to compete with the company it couldnâ€™t buy, AT&T is rolling out no-annual-contract plans. T-Mobile was the first of the big four wireless carriers to push the smartphone contract envelope.