Putting servers in oil seems ready-made to provoke questions such as 'Would you like fries with that?’ But Dutch start-up, Asperitas, is using the oil to cool the servers not cook them, is doing it in a way that has a lot of long-term economic arguments in its favour, and is maybe arriving just as new technologies come along that could exploit it
Net neutrality is back on the political docket as the Trump administration seeks to roll back advances made under the Obama administration. This matters to everyone and the debate about its future matters.
You don’t normally think Microsoft when it comes to server hardware design, but its Project Olympus development platform may hold the key to how servers, applications, services and data centers develop. It has already become a de facto standard for the processor chip makers to meet.
SAP's newly-announced partnership with Google Cloud at Google Cloud Next raises a number of questions. In this dual-authored post, Jon and Brian share what they've learned to date. Here's why we think this announcement matters to customers - and what you should be tracking as this unfolds.
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.
Getting the offline/online balance right is a trick that Target COO John Mulligan needs to pull off. Keeping the digital platform up-and-running is another.
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.
Credit scoring giant Experian has built its own cloud technology platform to offer data-as-a-service as it ventures nimbly into the API economy
Building the Internet of Things in the Australian tropical rainforest is not easy, particularly when giant rats view your kit as lunch.
Hackensack University Medical Center saw more patients and improved care with a FHIR-powered mobile app, writes Infor Healthcare's Steve Fanning
The travails of Australia's National Broadband project last week show what happens when the public runs out of patience with PR spin. It's ugly
Egnyte Connect offers users one-click access from their desktop file manager to grab enterprise content whether it's on-premise or in the cloud
New Relic CEO Lew Cirne knows exactly what he wants his company to be known for and aims to use AI and public cloud to achieve it.