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The future of enterprise IoT: 2 factors to watch

Only 26 percent of companies have had an Internet of Things project that they consider a success, according to research from Cisco. And, 60 percent of IoT projects currently die before even leaving the proof of concept stage. ZDNet and TechRepublic have been covering the IoT movement extensively since 2012, ...

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Dell taking dedicated Isilon NAS instances to Google Cloud

Google and Dell have teamed up to offer Isilon NAS instances within the Google Cloud Platform, the companies have announced at Dell Technologies World on Monday. Under the offering, Dell said it will provide 24×7 monitoring and maintenance to the dedicated Isilon instances, with management still happening under the OneFS ...

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Telstra launches regional mobile booster

(Image: Telstra) Telstra has announced its new intelligent antenna, the Telstra Go Repeater, which it said boosts or provides mobile voice and data services in regional areas and is available as either a stationary or portable solution. The Telstra Go Repeater works on the 3G, 4G, and 4GX networks across ...

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Qualcomm: Meet the new boss of everything mobile

(Image: ZDNet) This week, T-Mobile US and Sprint announced their intention to merge, which — if approved — would create the second largest mobile telecommunications provider in North America behind Verizon Wireless and ahead of AT&T. Must read: What is 5G? Everything you need to know The technical details of ...

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​Cisco joins the Kubernetes cloud rush

Video: The age of cloud data center dominance is here techrepublic Kubernetes: The smart person’s guide Kubernetes is a series of open source projects for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Find out why the ecosystem matters, how to use it, and more. Read More If you ...

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Optus extends English Premier League rights out to 2022

Optus CEO Allen Lew (Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Optus has announced its acquisition of English Premier League (EPL) broadcast rights in Australia, retaining the competition for another three years out to the 2021-22 season. In a move to open up access to all Australians, Optus has also revealed that it will ...

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