This is “The Coffee Break”. A podcast on state of the networking business where we discuss vendors moves and news, analysis on product and positioning, and look at the business of networking. In the time it takes to have coffee break.
Our guest today is Kurt Marko – @kmarko
Kurt Marko is an IT analyst and regular contributor to InformationWeek and Network Computing. From the VT100 to the iPad AIr, for 30 years his world has revolved around technology. Starting as an EE designing chips and transistors, he evolved into an IT architect designing systems and networks. Lately, he’s found analyzing and reporting on all things IT, focusing on cloud infrastructure, services and software, with a helping of mobile device and application coverage for good measure.
Cisco ACI now includes security – Cisco.com – Security Blog
Cisco drops $6M into Embrane – GigaOm
Is Google about to disrupt the teleconferencing business with ‘Chromebox for Meetings’ bundle? Business Insider
Will we see a shakeout in second-tier network vendors like Extreme which missed the latest quarter and guided lower? Stock about 30% off its high, but still double what it was a year ago.Seeking Alpha
Are we seeing cracks in network neutrality and what to do if you think traffic to specific sites is being throttled? – InformationWeek Netflx, Verizon and Net Neutrality
More data from Netflix seems to indicate something is fishy on Verizon’s network – The Register digs a bit deeper
What’s going on in the MDM/MAM market with VMware buying AirWatch and Blackberry repositioning as a software company? Is MDM now a feature, not a standalone product category? techcrunch – VMware and MDM
VMware Airwatch Purchase is Blackberry Problem – Seeking Alpha- VMware Airwatch Purchase is Blackberry Problem
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