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Alfred Essa from McGraw-Hill and Mike Gualtieri from Forrester on serving the customer of one at Spark Summit East.
Digital transformation requires CIOs to rethink the way IT operates. At the center of the new IT operating model is product line management, explains CEB's Matt McWha.
OpenStack is popular with the Fortune 100. PayPal is a fan. And experts say its technical shortcomings are long gone. But there are reasons for saying no.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
News recently broke that MD Anderson put its project with IBM Watson on hold. Some interpreted this to be a setback for AI and cognitive computing in healthcare. Others disagree.
Code blues in a hospital often mean death for patients. One hospital is using an early warning system to intervene before a patient reaches code blue status.
Medical devices can enter the organization through many different channels other than IT. Experts discuss medical device cybersecurity and the FDA's guidance.
Hybrid cloud management software may still be an emerging market, but there are some vendors and tools that buyers should consider for monitoring, cost accounting and other tasks.
For apps to perform optimally in multicloud, IT teams need to determine which public cloud platform will support them best. Use these three factors to help guide that decision.
Sending a storage disk to a cloud provider seems like an antiquated data-migration method, but it's a common choice. Here's how AWS, Azure and Google manage the process.
Cloud computing is built on the x86 processor, but don't forget RISC processors -- simple, yet powerful chips that still drive some of the data center's most important workloads.
There are many advantages to SDDC adoption, but concerns over management tools and evolving IT skill sets have hampered deployment -- at least so far.
Once viewed narrowly as a gaming technology, GPUs have made their way into enterprise data centers, fueling initiatives around machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.
Big data architectures are complicating the data integration process for more and more IT teams, driving them to hit the gas on efforts to expand their integration capabilities.
Effective metadata management processes can prevent analytics teams working in data lakes from creating inconsistencies that skew the results of big data analytics applications.
Spark Streaming architecture to date has focused much on programming perks. Now, as a bit of a hedge against other streaming choices, Drizzle comes to bat to cut streaming latency.
The BENIGNCERTAIN exploit affects certain versions of Cisco systems using the IKEv1 protocol. Expert Nick Lewis explains what the protocol does and how the vulnerability works.
Fighting malware today means battling ransomware. Learn what ransomware prevention tools you need to acquire and how to perfect using the tools your company already owns.
Enterprises with open FTP servers are being targeted by Miner-C malware for crypto coin mining activities. Expert Nick Lewis explains how enterprises can protect their servers.