Intel's future is going to be built around the expected expansion of packaged systems using a 3D, layering and interconnect technology that can incorporate chips and devices from other vendors.
This may not be the perfect time to overhaul your ERP, but you can still modernize IT capabilities with an API-centric approach. Neptune Software's Matthias Steiner shares some real world examples.
JM Finn goes public on how Private Cloud tech investment in Nutanix helped it cope with remote working
When lockdown came, the finance firm was able to use its Private Cloud infrastructure to switch to remote working.
New Relic is expanding its observability and AIOps functionality, but what do these buzzwords actually mean for IT organizations and the businesses they support?
Executing an enterprise-wide cloud migration during a global pandemic? It can be done, say two flagship Oracle customers.
Online food delivery network Delivery Hero wants to improve data access between its different business units, with the aim of advancing its machine learning capabilities.
Now don't laugh, but a slimmed-down, re-focused IBM might just evolve into an enterprise cloud powerhouse
IBM's hybrid cloud strategy and a newly-re-focused company might create a compelling alternative to Microsoft and VMware.
A tale of two digital transformation studies - views on Smart Manufacturing and 4IR from Plex and PTC
Recent studies from Plex and PTC are not only directional, but inform us as to how manufacturers see Smart Manufacturing/Fourth Industrial Revolution initiatives in the pandemic age.
Real world use cases make the proof points for the management challenges associated with ever more complex cloud services.
AIOps has become an embedded part of technology language in the last few years, but is still shrouded in misinformation. Guy Fighel of New Relic busts seven myths to demystify AIOps
A new Data Driven Insights Project starts to have multiple community benefits, says the West Midlands Police force
Recipe delivery service Gousto describes itself as a technology and data company first. PagerDuty is helping it make sure dinner is on the table for its customers.
When Larry Ellison sets out to make a point, he doesn't pull his punches...