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When experts get together to talk storage, the convergence of storage media and memory inside new-generation data centers and network fabrics is top of mind.
Meanwhile, Facebook has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and plans changes before the U.S. midterm elections next year.
The new Spiceworks Learn portal lets IT pros share their hard-earned knowledge and experience with others working on similar projects.
IT hiring and budget growth will remain robust in 2018 to drive corporate revenue growth and support the continuing transition to cloud computing, according to Spiceworks’ 2018 “State of IT” report.
Chinese company will open seven research labs: China (Beijing and Hangzhou), the U.S. (San Mateo, Calif. and Bellevue, Wash.), Russia (Moscow), Israel (Tel Aviv) and Singapore.
Even though shadow IT apps are unsecure, employees will use them if they increase productivity. Fortunately, there are steps enterprises can take to reduce the use of shadow IT.
Despite ongoing discussions about the slow, tedious pace of growth in the U.S. economy, software’s economic impact is surging, according to a new study by Software.org.
New advanced analytics package gives integrated view of cloud, on premise and mobile usage to more effectively control SaaS usage and spending.
Oracle is the latest major IT provider to offer a blockchain cloud service; IBM and Microsoft have both been offering their own version of this for a while.
While data recovery and protection are essential, they can be costly in terms of time and money. Here are best practices for effectively managing data recovery.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oracle's Adaptive Intelligence is being built into existing cloud apps to provide more decision-making ability for line-of-business users.
New tool enables DevOps teams to gain complete visibility into all the services and their dependencies--with absolutely no code changes required.