BCM One is moving deeper into the voice market as it gets a huge investment.
We've scoured the airwaves and assembled a list of the latest financial transactions in technology and communications.
Assurance Software and ClearView Continuity, the business-continuity management vendors, have merged to create one company that will offer customers two distinct product lines that can help them disaster-proof their business processes and infrastructures.
RingCentral is buying Connect First, a cloud-based outbound/blended customer engagement platform for midsize and enterprise companies.
Check Point Software Technologies has acquired Israel-based ForceNock Security to strengthen its architecture with advanced machine learning protection capabilities.
A flurry of consolidation in the channel during December kept the holidays interesting for partners.
Paya, the B2B payments company, has acquired First Billing Services (FBS), which provides comprehensive electronic bill presentment and payment offerings to utility and municipal government clients.
Thirty-one AT&T colocation data centers will now be owned and operated by Evoque Data Center Solutions under a $1.1 billion asset sale and alliance deal that AT&T has finalized with Brookfield Infrastructure.
Former rivals Cloudera and Hortonworks are kicking off the new year with news of a completed merger. The two companies initially announced plans for a $5.2 billion tie-up back in October.
Cloud Computing Concepts (C3), the provider of technology and communications services to businesses, has acquired EtherneXt, a Florida-based provider of internet connectivity, colocation and managed services to customers throughout North America.
WEST CHICAGO, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IT infrastructure service provider New Continuum Holdings Corporation, which operates New Continuum Data Centers (New Continuum), today announces the acquisition of the company’s flagship mission critical data center located at 603 Discovery Drive in West Chicago, Illinois.