Data Center

Articles

Splunk Expands Usage of Machine Learning to Manage IT

Splunk unveils a series of updates to its portfolio that significantly expand how machine learning can be applied to improve IT operations. More >

Get Ready for the Talking Data Center

What will life, and work, be like in an automated environment, and how will humans interact with the intelligent systems that are managing the bulk of the operational workload? More >

The Yahoo Breach – Much Worse Than We Thought

The number of user accounts affected by Yahoo's security breach -- previously reported as 200 million -- turns out to be more like 500 million. More >

CA Technologies Preps Continuous Testing Plan for BlazeMeter

CA Technologies has announced it is in the process of acquiring BlazeMeter. More >

Where Will the SDDC Take the Enterprise, and How Quickly?

Creating the SDDC will be no walk in the park, but working in one should be a snap compared to today’s complex infrastructure. More >

Hedvig Makes the Case for Universal Data Plane

Hedvig is developing a Universal Data Plane that is designed to span storage systems running on premise and in the cloud. More >

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Interviews

SMBs’ Cloud Goal: Simplicity

The growth of cloud services is, in essence, the great leveler between small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

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What’s Driving the Deep and Growing Cloud/SMB Relationship

Techaisle Founder and CEO Anurag Agrawal discusses findings from research on how and why SMBs are using cloud: As an essential part of infrastructure, it addresses a need for certainty and control over operations and costs.

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What You Need to Know About Outsourcing Enterprise Facilities Management

“Green computing” and efficient operations are inseparable. Whether or not you call it something that makes for a good bumper sticker, it’s all about efficient enterprise facilities management.

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Most Popular Features

7 Ways the Internet of Things Will Impact ITSM

Regardless of the pace at which businesses adopt the IoT, ITSM will have to evolve to deal with IoT-driven changes such as more connected nodes, data points and automation, all of which add complexity.

How Inhi Cho Suh Embodies What the Future of IBM Will Hopefully Be

A Korean-American whose family emigrated to the United States when she was five years old, Suh embodies what one hopes is the future of IBM.

5 Essential Skills for the IT Leader

Successful IT leaders have to have very specific skills, but still know how to run a team, meaning they must master the so-called soft skills that are not taught formally.

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