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IBM Sets Another Smallness Record with 2nm Chip Blueprints

Okay, now that IBM has revealed its 2nm chip design and process blueprint, what's next? A virtual chip? Two nanometers is smaller in width...

Why It’s Critical to Manage Privileges and Access Across Your Multi-Cloud Environments

Conventional approaches to privileged access and identity management are ineffective in today’s cloud-oriented DevSecOps environments. The concept of least privilege access still remains foundational...

Five Hidden Costs in Code Migration: How to Avoid Surprise Expenses

Migration to the cloud is in full flight. The most complex challenge involved in completing these migrations is not moving the data but migrating...

Why Autonomous, AI-based Software Tests Save Costs

Software testing is often one of the most expensive—and inefficient—components of an IT budget. Most IT leaders are shocked to learn how much their...

Here’s a Support Model for New Intelligent Systems

As the wave of digital transformation accelerates across industry sectors, businesses face a challenging landscape laden with complexity and risk. Intelligent, far-edge computing, AI-infused...

Why Istio Will Become Service-Mesh Standard—and Why It Matters

The expanding cloud-native ecosystem, an increase in open-source projects and the efforts of many companies to modernize their applications have fueled enterprise demand for...

No-Code Doesn’t Mean No Software Engineers

Among software development and tech professionals, there’s a lot of buzz and hype around no-code platforms. No-code has enormous potential to transform the way...

Chambers Talks AI, Cybersecurity, Architectures and Market Transitions 

It’s been well over five years since John Chambers stepped down as the CEO of Cisco Systems, a company he took from being a...

Masergy Beefs Up its AIOps Capabilities 

A couple of weeks ago, I interviewed Chris MacFarland, CEO of SD-WAN and SASE provider, Masergy. While we talked about the importance of having...

Google vs. Oracle: SCOTUS Ruling Supports Interoperability Trend

All around us, we are seeing a war of what was, versus what we are becoming. This battle isn’t new; every age has those...