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.
Apple's Face ID marks the beginning of the second stage of embedded AI, in which more of the intelligence happens on the device, independent of the cloud. But they're not the only game in town.
New startup Lightstep builds APM designed to manage performance of today's composite distributed microservices applications
The role of APIs as the connective glue and tissue between applications is a central theme in the digital businesses of today and tomorrow. Here is the what, where and why.
Customized hardware is a reality but as business wakes up to the potential, it is an open field for Google, Microsoft, AWS and as yet unknown others. Where should you place your bets?
The speed of innovation at AV hardware maker NVIDIA is astonishing with capabilities doubling year over year. This will bring AV closer to the enterprise sooner than we think.
Are the troves of data now available masking long term, sustainably profitable business for short term gain? Examples from baseball, airlines and hotels suggest 'yes.'
Is the testosterone fueled management mantras so typical of Silicon Valley the only way to succeed in today's world? Sir Richard Branson thinks not.
Remember Veritas, the backup vendor for your clunky on-premises data? Following last year's reboot, this year, the company pitched an expansive multi cloud vision accompanied by the halo glow of Microsoft.
Recent hacking scandals point up the need for security by design. Here is one approach that looks promising
Kubernetes solved problems that Docker neglected to address early enough to maintain the moat around its ecosystem. What's happening?
VMWare has finally got cloud religion. It comes with a joint song and dance routine alongside Amazon Web Services. Here's the skinny.