Jason Perlow

Microsoft, Let Go of My NT!

To paraphrase a famous 17th-century playwright: Alas, poor Windows NT, I knew it, Bill: An OS of many blue screens, of most excellent fancy: It hath borne me on...

Why Microsoft Should Open Source the Leaked Source

February 12, 2004, was a day that will have many far-reaching consequences for Microsoft. In every sense, it was their very own September 11: A sea-change event that has...

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Komprise Co-Founder Krishna Subramanian on Data Management-as-a-Service

I spoke with Krishna Subramanian, co-founder and president, Komprise, about using Data Management-as-a-Service to manage data in a multi-cloud environment. What are the big...

Why Apple’s Enterprise Efforts Always Fail

Apple is again making a run at the Enterprise, and Forrester has released a report indicating companies could save around $300 a year in...

Tableau’s Philip Cooper on Data Analytics ‘Available to All’

Philip Cooper, VP of Product, Tableau, discusses the trend toward making data analytics tools available to employees throughout the organization, not merely the C-suite.  Among...

Top Ways Enterprises Apply AIOps for Network Management

Enterprises and their NetOps teams are challenged with sifting through large amounts of incoming data to identify technical, performance and security problems as they...

Dell’s Latitude 7320 Detachable and the Value of Business-Class Ultra-Portable Laptops

Since early 2013, the year Microsoft launched its first Surface Pro, PC vendors have been exploring the value and limits of detachable or ultra-portable...