Mitch Wagner
Content posted in May 2017
Blockchain to Blow Up Startup Investing
Mitch Wagner  
5/31/2017   5 comments
Blockchain has the potential to disrupt the way startups get funded, according to a couple of Silicon Valley investors.
Nyansa Launches Network Analytics for Private Cloud
Mitch Wagner  
5/30/2017   7 comments
Private cloud version of its public cloud service to allow enterprises to manage network performance.
Google's Brin Is Building the World's Biggest Airship and We Want to Ride
Mitch Wagner  
5/26/2017   20 comments
Google co-founder Sergey Brin plans to use the airship for humanitarian missions and as a luxury yacht.
Versa Seeks to Cloudify Branch Networking
Mitch Wagner  
5/26/2017   3 comments
Networking startup looking to slash the proliferation of hardware devices in branch offices.
At Amazon, It's OK to Be Gray
Mitch Wagner  
5/25/2017   8 comments
Amazon Web Services bucks the tech trend by hiring older workers to top positions.
VMware: How to Get the Most From Hybrid Cloud
Mitch Wagner  
5/18/2017   10 comments
Hybrid cloud can help enterprises enhance agility, optimize cost, and increase innovation – if done right. VMware shares some pointers.
Enterprise Cloud Tortures Telcos
Mitch Wagner  
5/17/2017   22 comments
Enterprises demand the same flexibility from service provider networks that they're accustomed to getting in compute and storage from cloud providers. Service providers are challenged meeting that demand.
Dude Plays 'Bohemian Rhapsody' on Weird Homemade Marimba at Dell EMC World
Mitch Wagner  
5/12/2017   5 comments
Seriously. Check out the video.

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