Maybe the biggest AI risks are to do with people becoming complacent as a result of over-automation and hyper convenience
The latest RightScale State of the Cloud survey shows a rapid rise in enterprise spend on public cloud, notably Azure and AWS, while private cloud declines
A Cisco report detailing forecast data center growth demonstrates clear trajectories for buyers to consider. There will be some tricky decisions though and industry decisions might be harder still.
Intent based networks are the new hotness among those needing a response to network complexity. We provide the 101 along with a reality check on what is available today.
Cloud sprawl is a real problem that is only set to get worse. To date, reactive solutions have had limited impact. Dynamic provisioning, a proactive approach, holds much better promise.
Facilitating the rapid response to newly exposed security holes is a compelling argument for taking a systematic, automated approach to applications and IT systems. However it’s but one advantage of many.
The Meltdown-Spectre incident demonstrates, the need for rapid, repeatable infrastructure updates.
Sharp criticism of the blockchain moves the debate about its efficacy beyond the cryptocurrency melée. Where is the merit in this burgeoning story?
Deep learning algorithms are accelerating the pace at which medical science discovers and predicts health risks. Much more lies ahead.
Deep learning has numerous applications in medicine. We examine just one area, radiology, where DL is allowing for the reaping of low hanging fruit.
Are cloud infrastructure providing enough help to enterprise architects? Usability, convenience, and practicality all need attention.
AWS re:Invent introduced a new concept, product sprawl. Is AWS at risk of losing the enterprise plot as it seeks to continuously innovate?
Picking the best cost profile for cloud workloads is complex. Savvy customers are adopting a multi-cloud approach as a hedge against uncertainty.