Category: Managed IT Services

The Dell-EMC Deal

Brendan Morse
Oct 20, 2015

The Deal
Though a little sticker-shock—to the order of $67 billion—is certainly in order, we should not be entirely surprised that Dell acquired EMC and its 81% stake in VMware. After all, it was an open secret that EMC was actively seeking buyers after the recent struggles with shareholders, and the failure to conclude a deal with HP. Though the acquisition includes a 60-day ‘go-shop’ provision that allows EMC to seek other bids with minimal penalty, competing bids seem unlikely. Dell has offered a substantial bid, and the number of other companies that would be seriously interested in acquiring EMC’s business is limited. Under the terms of the deal, EMC will go private as part of Dell, and VMware will remain a publically traded company.

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Ricoh Announces Platform at LegalTech to Enhance Workflows and Reduce Costs for Law Firms

Allison Correia
Feb 19, 2015

This year at the annual LegalTech show held Feb. 3-5 at the New York City Hilton Midtown, over 100 exhibitors shared the tradeshow floor to demonstrate and display their robust technology geared to help law firms and legal professionals optimize their businesses and workflows. One of the most exciting announcements of the show was Ricoh’s newest offering that they are temporarily calling “Legal MFP”, a platform that can be used on select Ricoh MFP devices to improve end-user workflow while enhancing operational efficiencies, and lowering costs. Read more »

CSA Rebrands Business Services Division, Promises Focus on New Vertical Markets and Strengthened Core

Brendan Morse
Feb 12, 2015

 

At its Second Anniversary Event, Canon Solutions America (CSA)unveiled the name change of its Business Services Division to Enterprise Managed Services Division (EMS). VP of Enterprise Services and Solutions, John Reilly, and VP of Managed Services, Valerie Belli, gave the presentation detailing the rebranded division.

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Ricoh Helps Customers See Through the Cloud

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Jan 29, 2015

So much has been written about the Cloud in recent years that it has begun to take on different meanings that are dependent upon the audience. To some, it’s an irreplaceable tool that makes life easier; to others, it’s a modern but somewhat mysterious form of technology; to still others, it’s simply confusing. Read more »

HP’s First Major Helion Announcement Since Revealing Split

Brendan Morse
Oct 28, 2014

On October 23rd, Hewlett-Packard Co. launched the commercial and community version of Helion OpenStack® software along with an integrated trial version of the Cloud Foundry based development environment named Helion Development Platform. This integrated Helion infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) represents another step in HP’s efforts to develop its hybrid cloud solutions for enterprises and government.

 

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