CEO Mike Fabiaschi, who died in his sleep last month at the age of 53, was a sales guy's sales guy who recently helped craft a $5 billion joint venture with Siemens.
Meraki announces a program that offers $150 credit toward a new purchase of its wireless-N access point for each legacy wireless access point made by its competitors.
The company launches a suite of products intended to make converged voice and data networks as secure as traditional telephony.
Cisco's offering for security and compliance management has languished, leaving the company with three choices: admit defeat, double down, or acquire a replacement product.
So much for business slowing down in the summer. Brocade, McAfee, and others are forking over cash in an effort to scale up.
Corporate fraud didn't start with Enron, Tyco, and WorldCom and it didn't end with them, either. Fraud is rampant in the technology industry. What most employees, investors, and consumers don't realize is how much it costs them.
Do you think it's acceptable to breach moral, ethical, or legal boundaries to achieve some perceived greater good? I don't.
It's hard to believe the U.S. Justice Department got 1,236 fraud convictions against corporate officers over the past five years. Who knew there were so many dysfunctional executives out there?
Huawei was already in bed with 3Com, but why Bain Capital went along for this ride is a mystery.