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Over the last five years, vendors have been looking to find a market for servers based on systems on a chip (SoC) like the Intel Atom or ARM processors. Perhaps the new multi-core, 64-bit ARM class of 2015 will finally make the grade.
Current Analysis research shows that IT buyers are just now beginning to forge a true ‘big data culture’ wherein insight trumps efficiency. We chart the driving factors behind this change, forecasting trends and attitudes for the coming year.
Microsoft’s self-service business intelligence product, Power BI, is getting a significant boost with a preview release capable of reaching further into external cloud data sources. More important, however, are its new on-premises features.
The self-service delivery model and orchestration capabilities of the cloud represent one of the most powerful advancements of data center technology since virtualization itself, but only after you get over all the hurdles.
SDN WANs running over traditional WAN services promise to provide seemingly limitless design options, relegating service providers to delivering just reliable IP connectivity, but getting enterprise IT to move to this new technology will take time.
Despite the continuing interest in cloud technologies and services, security continues to be the biggest worry when it comes to adopting a cloud strategy among enterprise IT buyers.
The ongoing saga of the Sony hack reads like a who-done-it crime novel. But, with seeming involvement of the U.S. government and testy exchanges with North Korean leaders, the implications go way beyond this one incident.
Organizations competing in this fast-paced era are embracing the cloud to support traditional and new app development methods and broaden business opportunities, as providers look to expand engagements by offering all layers of the cloud stack.
Every year, the wasteful cat-and-mouse game of ‘use it or lose it budgeting’ plays out in most corporate environments. There is a false assumption that funds not spent by the end of the year are poorly planned. Perhaps this silly game needs to end.
IBM MobileFirst evolves into not only development, security, design and integration technology, but also a hybrid cloud platform tying into strong cloud APIs and synchronized data services to help enterprises quickly create mobile apps at scale.
The Mitel Solidus eCare suite is a proven, multimedia contact center with leading-edge features and strong TCO benefits. Previously limited brand recognition beyond Europe could be improved by its recent inclusion in the Mitel product family.
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