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Public cloud services continue fast growth, but spending on servers, routers, switches and other hardware is also going up. Cisco Systems and HPE remain the dominant vendors.
The largest transaction in the year was Digital Realty’s $7.6 billion acquisition of DuPont Fabros, but there were four other deals that were valued at $1 billion or more.
Looking for a new job early in the New Year? Recent LinkedIn updates help users explore and prepare for a job move or getting ahead in their current role.
Millions of unsecure, Internet-enabled devices provide new threat surfaces that security operations experts will have to defend.
In 2018, we can expect that these attacks are only going to become more frequent and intense. Operations security (OPSEC) specialists in the know are putting this type of breach at or near the top of their priority lists.
In doing this series, we’re reflecting the knowledge and depth of field that our readers have in sectors all over the IT business. These are your stories, not ours.
A letter sent from a lawyer for former Uber executive Richard Jacobs to the company’s corporate counsel presents a long list of alleged criminal acts, foreign and domestic.
Chef is an innovative, fast-moving company that is driven by speed to market using a DevOps approach to engineering. It needed a better security system, and it found one.
Amazon's AWS Lambda is the biggest and best-known example of serverless computing, whose days ahead are enticing to more than a few IT managers.
With plenty of jobs to be had in 2018, IT specialists, particularly Millennials, will seek out new positions in search of higher salaries, professional growth and training opportunities.
As the internet gets increasingly more fragile, automation--as it is in most other IT categories--becomes a big factor in making it run more efficiently. Cisco Systems will be deploying its new intent-based networking (IBN) approach.
Nearly all (94 percent) device makers have invested in software development in the past five years, and 88 percent believe the internet of things is driving growth within the manufacturing industry.