When US agribusiness JR Simplot decided the right environment for running SAP HANA was a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), they went down the HCI route with Nutanix.
The soon-to-be-ex-CEO of Nutanix talks about fundamental shifts that have helped get the company where it is now and where the cloud is set to take the IT vendor community and its customer base.
By adding Azure to AWS and Google Cloud Nutanix has signalled the growing maturity of cloud services, to the point where every business can now claim a place in exploiting it.
H2 Wellness has cut its monthly Amazon bill from $28,000 to $2,800 using mimik’s edge compute solutions.
Edge computing looks set to provide mainframe computing with an escape route from being trapped forever in the silo marked `back office’.
The aptly named mimik Technology may just have come up with the final piece of the edge computing jigsaw – how you make it work right out there in the dark and dirty world of billions of IoT sensors and controllers in order to seamlessly make both good sense and very effective use of the tsunami of data coming the way of every business.
The EU’s interest in its Gaia-X infrastructure is just one example of what could become an international rush towards national interest-driven, inward-looking towards parochial centralisation of the Internet, which would fracture as a global entity and become a set of state-bordered and state-governed Wide Area Networks.
As businesses become evermore data-centric and data- heavy, the costs associated could shift from marginal to punitive, even to the point of affecting decisions on where businesses locate themselves.
Inside the fish tank - how the Ivy League white dudes are having to rethink their work policies post-COVID
There are pros and cons involved in working from home, but the technology case is there. As employers and governments try to re-open workplaces, the arguments move beyond the tech.
A managed Software-Defined Wide Area Network may prove to be a key tool in getting Alibaba an important entry point for businesses looking to break into what could be the next dominant world marketplace
You wake up one morning and a disruptive startup has suddenly cut a swathe through your core market, and you realise your business does not have the skills, the expertise or the applications to fight back. Time to climb on the low-code bandwagon?
Charity Positive Steps was just starting to move some staff to remote working when the pandemic lockdown accelerate its plans.
The year of the mainframe? Here we go again, but wedding bells between BMC and Compuware might make a difference this time around
After year of 'living in sin', BMC and long-time partner Compuware are taking the next step and the consequences for the 'not dead yet' mainframe market could be significant.