Multicloud Deals Abound: Aviatrix, Megaport, IBM, and Vapor IO

Aviatrix and Megaport partner while IBM and Vapor IO team up, highlighting the benefits of marrying MCN and hybrid cloud technology to private edge networking


BlackBerry Announces XDR Partnership with Exabeam

Exabeam Fusion SIEM and Fusion XDR are now integrated with the BlackBerry Guard 2.0 extended detection and response (XDR) managed service

By: Andrew Braunberg
December 23, 2021
Cohesity Mohit Aron

Cohesity Files for IPO

Data management firm Cohesity has confidentially filed with the U.S. SEC to go public

By: Mary Jander
December 23, 2021

Who'll Replace the Chinese IoT Drones?

Cloud Tracker Pro

In the wake of U.S. blacklisting, enterprise drone maker DJI could cede market share to U.S.-based Skydio and Parrot SA from Europe

By: Mary Jander
December 21, 2021

Oracle to Pay $28.3 Billion for Cerner

Oracle is set to pay about $28.3 billion to add Cerner, a market-leading electronic medical records company, to its list of cloud-enabled enterprise applications

By: Mary Jander
December 20, 2021

Cockroach Labs Scores $278 Million, Eyes IPO

Cockroach Labs, maker of CockroachDB, has scored $278 million in Series F funding on a valuation of $5 billion

By: Mary Jander
December 16, 2021

Why Fixing the Log4j Flaw Will Take a Lot of Work

Wide distribution of the open-source software Log4j will present cybersecurity headaches for quite a long time

By: Andrew Braunberg
December 15, 2021

HashiCorp Market Value Holds at $15B

HashiCorp is now public with a $15 billion valuation

By: R. Scott Raynovich
December 13, 2021

China AI Firm's IPO Stalls After U.S. Criticism

China's SenseTime machine-vision firm put its IPO plan on hold after the U.S. Treasury Department condemned its contribution to human rights abuse in the PRC

By: Mary Jander
December 13, 2021
City With Network

Aryaka Expands Network-as-a-Service, SASE Options

Aryaka introduces private IP networking as well as integrated SASE services

By: R. Scott Raynovich
December 07, 2021

Cyber Command Takes Gloves Off on Ransomware

The head of U.S. Cyber Command indicates that high-profile ransomware attacks may call for government action, and a "hackback" bill has been introduced in the Senate

By: Andrew Braunberg
December 07, 2021