Object storage tech is preserving digital assets for future generations.
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...
Variations on Dolly Parton - making things simple is pretty complicated.
It is one thing to have grand ideas of how things might be done, but it needs building blocks to make it happen. Huawei has some available and more to come.
'Business computing is dead; long live business computing’ might just be the fanciful way to describe the notion that we stand on the cusp of the demise of one stage in computing development and the real birth – as an identifiable entity – of the next stage.
A story with the word `mainframe’ in it, so look away now. But then you might miss something that, for any business throwing high volumes of sensitive data around their networks, could prove to be worth at least a bit of investigation.
Smartphones are an ultimate incarnation of the network edge in action, and that could the target for HarmonyOS, a device and platform agnostic, distributed operating system that could be the start of device collaborations that grow into `entities’ of global scale and functionality.
The big are getting bigger in the IT operations market as vendors pursue elusive all-in-one single-console suites
RPA isn't the whole story. Smart automation goes beyond robotically automating existing processes to deliver more flexible, continuous improvement
At Signal 2019 in San Francisco today, communications services platform Twilio introduces new conversational computing APIs
Tactical monitoring of enterprise technology is no longer enough. New Relic's Buddy Brewer and Alberto Gomez set out the 10 principles of full-stack observability