Slight geek alert. A team of researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology has found a way to create an internet fast lane for the huge amounts of emergency related data. A good idea for sure but will it hold?
Box Drive strikes back at Dropbox with a new one-click capability to access cloud files directly from the desktop file system
Composable infrastructure could reshape how enterprise IT powers applications. Here's what it means and how it might work.
Sapphire Now brought some insight on SAP's multi-cloud plans, but details were hard to come by. Dick Hirsch goes on a post-Sapphire deep dive to explore what multi-cloud means for SAP customers.
Abolishing the Obama-era net neutrality rules is a priority for the Federal Communications Commission and this time public opinion may not be enough to turn the tide.
The addition of IBM and its range of Power-based servers to the Nutanix partner world is most intriguing, not least because the top of that range is the mainframe, and they can run up to 8,000 Linux VMs simultaneously. With a target market of big data analytics it could yet make an interesting prospect.
NoSQL player DataStax has announced the availability of a managed cloud service, which is now available on AWS, but will expand to Azure and Google soon.
How startup Deep Instinct uses deep learning AI technology to detect undocumented malware and might have thwarted last week's WannaCry ransomware outbreak
Although the showpiece of Nvidia GTC17 was the new V100 GPU, software dominated an event that sets the stage for our AI-augmented future
SnapLogic says all we need to do to achieve enterprise application integration is to ‘snap’ the pieces – legacy, data, cloud, whatever – together. If that sounds too simple, the man driving it forward has track record in building billion dollar businesses, so it’s probably worth giving him a hearing.
It's a myth that all cloud platforms are equal. There are generalists and there are specialists. UKCloud's Cloud Strategist Bill Mew shares his views on why a specialist is needed for the health and care sector.
The 'Little Database That Thinks It Can' is still talking big, looking at a world where developer love and business interest in data apps can give it a long-term future. One grizzled and scarred survivor of the 'Database War-To-End-All-Wars' contemplates a fresh outbreak of conflict.
An "aspiration" for a digital future for the UK. During this election period, it's fitting BT's CEO is spinning out a 'jam tomorrow' manifesto where we can all watch the football on our dodgy broadband connections.