Post-pandemic plans for disaster recovery and business continuity will need to reflect new business realities.
Even after a string of impressive results, this quarter, covering the first three months of calendar 2021, is something special. Let's look inside the numbers.
Organisations that failed to make sure their cloud data was backed up learned the consequences when an OVHcloud data centre burned last month.
Manoj Leelanivas explains the vendor's software strategies that include intent-based networking, AI, automation and the SONiC network operating system.
Managed Kubernetes services have matured to the point where many enterprises are handing over the keys to their clusters.
In the last week or so, Microsoft and Google briefly saw their online office suites go down. Before we get too reliant on the cloud for ordinary desktop work, maybe we should rethink what we're doing and consider a safety-belt alternative: LibreOffice.
For customers wanting to move assets out of the data centre but for whatever reason can’t shift to the cloud, a colocation is increasingly a viable option.
Microsoft's decision to buy Nuance highlights how important voice-activated tech is already in healthcare and how ubiquitous it might become elsewhere.
Even Heroku’s founders recognise that the revolutionary web development platform has run out of steam. How did Heroku lose its magic?
Forward-thinking PMOs recognise the need for project decisions to be supported by data.
Tim Cook is standing up to Facebook with Apple's stance on privacy and every Apple user is benefitting—even if things aren't quite perfect.
Impact, detection, response, and ongoing fallout from the attack on SolarWinds' Orion remote IT management software.
Computing without servers? Programming without code? Let’s ponder these and other innovations in the constantly evolving cloud.
NaaS offers flexibility, rapid provisioning, and predictable costs, but needs to resolve issue of vendor lock-in.
From inexplicable outages to head-scratching Terms of Service ‘violations,’ a seemingly solid perch in the cloud could turn suddenly precarious.
It's official: Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky is returning to AWS to take over as CEO when Andy Jassy takes the top job at Amazon later this year.
Preparation is key to finding the real weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the network. These are the five things users need to do before starting.
Here’s how IT teams have protected work-from-home employees, and what needs to be done moving forward.
Climbing the career ladder in IT is no easy feat. But for women technologists, the path to the top is that much more difficult.
Do you want execution speed or developer speed? Memory safety or easy concurrency? Here’s how to decide between Rust and Go.
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