Once again we hear Google getting serious about the enterprise. Do the recent GSuite product announcements truly cut it this time? Let's take a check on that.
Is Google finally getting serious about enterprise cloud? We'd like to think so but then we've been here many times before.
An AWS S3 failure is unusual but once again provides useful lessons for those who are trusting their data to cloud based services. The short answer is straightforward - don't skimp on redundancy, but be smart about it.
Mobile World Congress is just around the corner but beware the hype over the much talked about 5G. There's a lot of smoke and mirrors.
Amazon may hold a large lead over Microsoft and Google but that doesn't mean Amazon is invincible. The market is large enough to allow for the creation of a oligopoly. And that's exactly what we see emerging.
Public cloud is a cost-effective option for disaster recovery and business continuity, but not all DRaaS solutions deliver the goods
Tectonic shifts in the pattern of Intel's business show the devastating speed at which cloud is displacing traditional enterprise server sales
Oracle Cloud Summit saw a cornucopia of announcements and a further fleshing out of the Oracle story. It's starting to take shape and become competitive in the market place.
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.