If the majority of large enterprises need mature systems on which to run their businesses rather than the sex-drugs-and-rock’n’roll of technology’s bleeding edges, then SUSE and Red Hat, the producers of the two main distributions of OpenStack, are ready to tell you it is now very much fit for that purpose
We have one of the highest levels of online business here in the UK, but we are now among the slowest when it comes to broadband infrastructure.
PARC is still out there on the bleeding edge of IT R&D, giving AI and machine learning the tools to form better symbiotic partnerships with humans.
Jon Walton, San Mateo County CIO, explains how a pilot virtual desktop project fuelled a mindset shift around the county’s IT infrastructure.
Product boss Sunil Potti goes cryptic to explain why he feels Nutanix is the route through to the cloud for all enterprises.
When it comes to creating a ubiquitous, all-embracing cloud services environment, the news from this week’s Nutanix Next conference sounds like `yes’
Appian has been around for nearly two decades, but its low-code approach to Business Process Management and applications development has finally found its time and place.
Salesforce's AI collaboration with IBM, where Einstein and Watson can produce tightly focused, business-specific services, may provide a talent-sourcing boost.
For an F1 car racing team the smallest of incremental gains in overall speed are often the difference between success and failure. That comes from understanding what the vast volumes of data the cars now generate actually means.
The integration and analytics specialist uses its recent conference in Berlin to outline further steps along the road to a holistic, integrated analytics and management environment
When anonymizing data is still considered insufficiently robust for use in a global environment, the arrival of Anzendata’s new database technology on the Bare Metal side of the Oracle Cloud Platform is an interesting development.
In-memory processing is not new, but it is also not being done right, and the arrival of the prototype of HPE’s `The Machine’ gives more than a hint of what might be coming down the track soon.
Citrix is on a long transition that has to match the one many of its customers are also making. With this year’s Synergy conference it has many of the tools it – and they – will need, but still needs to learn to forget about the technology underpinnings and remember its goal is now all about business, such as providing those customers with some real productivity gains.