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Making sense of distributed applications and business services is easier with the new Machine Groups feature in Microsoft Operations Management Suite.
NEWS ANALYSIS: An Uber board member resigns after making a demeaning comment to another member, Arianna Huffington, even as it acts to implement policies that improve corporate governance—including sexual harassment prevention.
The new U.S.-East cloud-service region will provide users with added workload redundancy, data durability and resiliency, and it will provide additional options for disaster recovery.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The compromise of a highly classified report by an NSA contractor is serious enough, but what was worse was poor security measures that enabled the cyber-attack in the first place.
Revenue in HPE's enterprise group division fell nearly 13 percent to $6.24 billion in the quarter ended April 30 — the steepest decline in several quarters. HPC and storage did well, however.
Citrix Chief Security Officer Stan Black offers eight tips for organizations to improve data security as they work to comply with the European Union's General Protection Data Regulation set to take effect in May 2018.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Airline suffered an outage that took all of its data systems offline in what appears to be a massive failure of redundancy, but for now, the airline says it doesn't know why it happened.
DAILY VIDEO: IBM Integrates GDPR Features Into Resilient Incident Response Platform; Microsoft GDPR Cloud Dashboard to Help Customers Comply With Rules; Google Gives Marketers New Way To Measure Ad Performance; and there's more.
TriCore Solutions fills a big need in Rackspace's pivot from its original internet hosting business to a managed services provider.
The layoffs come in the wake of 5,500 job cuts, 7 percent of its workforce, that were announced last August.
The infiswift IoT platform deploys several patent-pending technologies that enable what the company claims is best-in-class performance for agriculture and energy customers at scale.
Get more out of your IT team by having these seven conversations. There is one conversation, however, that you must avoid.