US healthcare processes and healthcare IT is in the technology dark ages. Unremitting complexity, sometimes lethal processes and gross inefficiency are areas where IT can provide cures. Here's one set of scenarios that illustrate the point.
Amazon Alexa and other voice UIs may look like a purely consumer phenomenon, but their rapid acceptance should be a wake-up call for enterprise IT
When moving to the cloud, seize the opportunity to think different. Kurt Marko explains why enterprise cloud migration gives you the chance of a fresh start.
The new year promises rapid growth in containers, serverless and cloud-first application platforms. Kurt Marko identifies the PaaS tools to watch in 2017
AWS has a dominant first-mover advantage in the cloud platform market, with MS Azure as challenger. But don't overlook Google and IBM, argues Kurt Marko.
Kurt Marko pores over the new AWS managed services announcement, warning that both buyers and partners need to pay attention to the detail of what's on offer before jumping into bed with Amazon.
The breadth and volume of offerings at this year's re:Invent shows that, like its parent, AWS wants all your business - truly it's the Amazon of cloud IT
Atos reveals what it took securing the Olympics in Rio this year against threats and attacks - useful takeaways here for enterprise cyber security
Going cloud was once so simple but as applications and workloads increase in size and scope, a cloud shift is no longer a simple matter. Check out what we've discovered so far.
Preparing for rebirth as an independent force in cyber security, McAfee set out its stall with a slew of new products at its annual FOCUS event this week
As new machines from Apple, Microsoft eschew mainstream business users, it's time to revisit virtual desktops
Apple and Microsoft's announcements of high end machines begs the question - has VDI's time finally come?
Last week's DDoS on Dyn reinforces the message that taking adequate insurance measures is as critical as technology defenses
Weighing the benefits of running VMWare on AWS. It's not as clear cut as we'd like.