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BlazeMeter Embraces Docker Containers

BlazeMeter this week announced that its application load generating software can now be run on top of Docker containers. More >

A Milestone Approaches in the Never Ending End of IPv4

At some point this summer, ARIN will no longer be able to fulfill requests for IPv4 addresses. But that's not a huge problem if ISPs continue working toward IPv6. More >

Delphix Acquires Provider of Data Masking Software

Delphix announced this week it has acquired Axis Technology Software, a provider of data masking software that is used to hide sensitive data within a particular application. More >

Bandwidth: Build It and They Will Probably Come

The folks who are telling us that there will be so much demand that we better build ever higher capacity networks are the same people who benefit from selling those networks. More >

Choosing the Right Private Cloud Platform

The speed at which architectures are evolving requires thorough analysis of where the enterprise is and is going, and the selection of a private cloud should reflect those goals. More >

MemSQL Connects In-Memory Database to Apache Spark

MemSQL 4 adds integration with the Apache Spark in-memory clusters to make it easier to combine transaction processing and analytics within a single application. More >

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Interviews

Global Employee Study Guides Dell’s Flexible Workforce Strategy

Dell conducted a study to fully understand exactly how technology is shaping the workforce and help its customers respond to these challenges and opportunities.

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Cloud-to-Cloud Integration to Enable IoT: What About Standards?

One Internet of Things expert gives his views on the lack of standards today and what that means for companies getting into IoT in the cloud.

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CIO or CTO: Which One Will Survive the Cloud and Keep a Seat at the Table?

One tech CTO provides an intriguingly candid assessment of the current and future roles of the CIO and the CTO as they change in the face of the cloud.

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Most Popular Features

Six Mistakes that Lead to Poor Enterprise Software Adoption

Enterprise software development is a massive undertaking. Yet, surveys show that more than half of businesses are flat-out terrible at getting users to adopt new software.

Why HP Is Failing: It Starts with Marc Andreessen and Meg Whitman

HP is failing because the folks who run it don’t know how to run a company like HP. Board members could save it, but maybe they are part of the problem.

Job Interview Tips: Talking About a Horrible Boss

Quick, name a horrible boss you've had (or have). Unless you've yet to hold a job, it's unlikely that you had any trouble bringing a name or two (or three) to mind.

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