“Broadly speaking, the size of this market has changed little over the past two and a half years."
Data Centre: Features
EMC World 2015 returned to Las Vegas earlier this month, playing host to IT stars, hands-on product demonstrations, hundreds of technical sessions on every nuance of IT life and networking galore.
A quick run through of Day One from EMC World 2015, which kicked-off in Las Vegas on May 4.
“To understand where we’re going, we have to understand where we came from.”
Are Microsoft, VMware and Red Hat better value than OpenStack distributions for total cost of ownership?
I was the top launch analyst for Windows 95 and that product effectively launched me and I've worked with that firm for two decades now. Since then I've watched and been troubled by the many unfortunate changes and mistakes Microsoft has made.
Which tech giant is most likely to win significant Cloud hosting projects? Amazon Web Services? Microsoft? IBM?
"Successful information management is not just about managing big data or small data, but about managing all data."
"As the cloud value proposition becomes more clear, many platform as a service (PaaS) providers like Google, Engine Yard, Informatica and Dell Boomi are a threat to established players."
The region’s leading IT decision-makers reveal their top priorities in the next 12 months.
Amazon Web Services remains the leader in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) adoption among enterprise IT buyers, but the net is closing in.
"The transition to Cloud-oriented infrastructure and data platform architectures within enterprises' datacentres continues to accelerate."
It is now time for businesses to make the effort to understand their data and to develop a five-year plan on how to use it to benefit the business.
“I predict we will see more from IBM on "insights as a service" over the next year or two, and not strictly as a cloud services offering."
“We thought people would rent or buy computing from us. It turns out that it makes no sense for us to go head-to-head."
Why SDN can have a transformative power on networks...
With all the hype and hysteria around the mounting cyber-security threats, companies are seeking to strengthen their management of IT risk.
"For global enterprises, employees, customers and partners expect to have access to the data centre anytime."
"These numbers are worrying because the ramifications of losing data can be far more devastating and wide-reaching than simply losing a device."
27018. These five numbers might not seem immediately familiar or relevant to you. This is a big deal, and I’ll tell you why.
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