When it comes to security issues many in the UK SMB community don’t understand they need it, and don’t know that they don’t understand it. The UK Government is trying to do something about it.
Professor Brian Cox, academic, CERN scientist and rockstar science evangelist on TV, delivered some helpful, if pessimistic, observations on the state of IT and its capabilities.
A partnership of DataStax with Oracle could give large enterprises a way to build collaborative analytics applications that span business and data management.
Splunk’s security evangelist Matthias Maier posits some thoughts on what is important when it comes to managing GDPR in action.
Analyzing machine logs reveals all the secrets of every operation every computer ever undertakes. Splunk is now talking machine learning, AI and the addition of mainstream Biz Ops.
An EU proposal for an e-card system to confirm the capabilities and suitability of European providers of a wide range of business-related services, but will it make matters worse, not better?
Chip technology developer ARM is getting to grips with the benefits coming from VMware's decision to use AppDefense and NSX together.
Every application and service used needs the potential to communicate and collaborate with every other application and service, as and when required. This is to role that VMware sees for itself.
The Chinese giant reckons there will be five mega-clouds. But customers may be looking for other things that mega-clouds can only provide tangentially, and it is those 'other things' that will provide the new jobs.
A new interconnectivity and bandwidth survey has just been published by Equinix, showing that the underpinnings of the internet and cloud, for enterprise users at least, are not as clear-cut as the private/public/hybrid divisions would have us believe.
Just how relevant is it for user businesses to argue the toss about which 'mode' they are in, or should be in, when it comes to the subject of bimodal computing? 'Not much', is the response from Red Hat.
If the majority of large enterprises need mature systems on which to run their businesses rather than the sex-drugs-and-rock’n’roll of technology’s bleeding edges, then SUSE and Red Hat, the producers of the two main distributions of OpenStack, are ready to tell you it is now very much fit for that purpose
We have one of the highest levels of online business here in the UK, but we are now among the slowest when it comes to broadband infrastructure.