3D Printing a Big Deal Now and in the Future

21 Sep, 2017

3D printing will change how organizations work and how IT pros will do their own jobs. More >

Across the Sea: New Transoceanic Cables Linking the Globe More Tightly

25 Sep, 2017

New transoceanic cable projects are making news. More >

Actian Accelerates Apache Spark Analytics

20 Sep, 2017

Because Actian employs extensions to the instruction set for x86 processors made by Intel, the utilization rate for analytics applications can now be several orders of magnitude greater. More >

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Sue Marquette Poremba

Defending Your Internet Infrastructure

Data Security  RSS |  Sue Marquette Poremba   |  19 Oct, 2017

Internet volatility is unpredictable, and your customers are relying on you to be available. So what are you doing to be prepared for a potential attack?... More >

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Carl Weinschenk

Who Will Control 5G Antennas: Municipalities or States?

Data and Telecom  RSS |  Carl Weinschenk   |  19 Oct, 2017

The highest profile challenges to 5G are technical. However, inserting a layer of antenna between end-user devices and the macro cell towers across the country is a huge task.... More >

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Mike Vizard

SAP Aims to Train Digital Assistants

IT Unmasked  RSS |  Mike Vizard   |  19 Oct, 2017

SAP is working on adding a digital assistant capability enabled by machine and deep learning algorithms to SAP Cockpit that will provide similar capabilities to what consumers experience within the context of Siri from Apple or Alexa from Amazon.... More >

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Arthur Cole

Docker and Kubernetes: Breaking the Proprietary Mindset

Infrastructure  RSS |  Arthur Cole   |  19 Oct, 2017

The next version of Docker will have a built-in full distribution of Kubernetes; developers will be able to work with the familiar Swarm tools along with new Kubernetes tools under the same management dashboard.... More >

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Rob Enderle

The Key Skill That Will Assure Survival in the Coming Second Machine Age

Unfiltered Opinion  RSS |  Rob Enderle   |  17 Oct, 2017

Rather than training to do one thing, we instead train to be good at being trained. This will reduce our fear of change, increase our abilities to move to new opportunities, and massively reduce our stress when faced with a critical change.... More >

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