A decade on from the launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud market is continuing to evolve quickly. What was once seen as a toy for test and development purposes now hosts mission-critical workloads for some of the largest companies in the...
Born as pure conduits to the web—showcases for Gmail, Drive, and other Google cloud services—Chromebooks have been stuck with a reputation that they’re useless offline. The basic complaint is that Chromebooks become nothing more...
The cloud is the new reality. If they haven’t already, most organisations today are either in the process of adopting or planning to include the cloud as part of their data storage and protection strategy. By 2020, Gartner predicts that a...
The saying goes, “if you want something, go get it.” According to RightScale’s 2016 State of Cloud report, 95% of businesses surveyed use cloud services. Clearly, businesses have jumped at the chance to use cloud-based services to...
IBM is making machine learning technology available in the place where much of the world's enterprise data resides: the z System mainframe. Big Blue announced IBM Machine Learning, a cognitive platform for creating, training and deploying a...
Cyber-attacks using the VoIP protocol Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) have been growing this year accounting for over 51% of the security event activity analyzed in the last 12 months, according to a report from IBM’s Security...
One of the core issues that has inhibited the adoption of container technologies, like Docker, is the lack of support for persistent storage required for stateful applications and microservices, says Jack Norris, senior vice president, Data and...
Evernote decided last year that it wanted to move away from running its own data centers and start using the public cloud to operate its popular note-taking service. On Wednesday, it announced that the lion's share of the work is done...