Flexera executive survey - changes in technology spending reflect strategic priorities, preference for managed services
The Flexera IT spending survey highlights some altered priorities taking shape.
Why you should care about ultra-wideband - fine-grained location sensing isn’t just for lost luggage
What is ultra-wideband and why should you care anyway? Spoiler - there's an Apple angle...
A recent New York Times article focused on fears of a big tech monopoly over AI technology and research. Severe debunkery ensues...
A winning DevOps formula explored.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Oracle beefs up cloud security, announces three new features to build on Autonomous Database success
Can Oracle’s autonomous features - removing the need for human management - be a competitive edge in a world where buyers are so security conscious?
The big are getting bigger in the IT operations market as vendors pursue elusive all-in-one single-console suites
Cloud adoption and security concerns - drilling down into the reality.
Day 2 of VMworld had an air of familiarity about it as VMware follows in Microsoft's footsteps.
Updating the VMware strategy story, announcement by announcement.
Cloud security threats require improved IT collaboration, governance, not necessarily new technology
Migrating your on premise security controls to a completely new cloud environment isn’t enough. Even cloud organisations with years of experience behind them are vulnerable.
The Capital One - AWS incident highlights the roles and responsibilities of cloud customers, providers
After the Capital One data breach, media finger pointing obscured the real issues. As Kurt explains, this is about companies getting a better handle on the training and know-how they need to manage cloud services securely.
Amazon, Google and Microsoft recently turned in cloud numbers and the direction of travel is in one direction.