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Articles

Now Comes the Hard Part of Cloud Computing

Given all the complexities involved, it is little wonder that so many organizations have found moving to the cloud a much bigger challenge than they might have originally anticipated. More >

Hard or Soft, or Both? The Right Way to Do HCI

HCI may be the latest form of IT hardware, but in one respect it is a lot like the old: It presents a choice between an all-software deployment on commodity hardware or a pre-integrated, vendor-specific solution. More >

Why HCI Is Critical for Digital Transformation

In many ways, the HCI benefit to digital transformation is not so much its scalability or its management simplicity, but its speed. More >

HCI: New Infrastructure for a New Age

HCI has one thing going for it that most other current data initiatives like AI and the IoT do not: a clear and compelling use case. More >

AI Supports Both Sides of the Security Fence

AI platforms will certainly allow the enterprise to elevate its game against the underworld, but the reverse is true as well. More >

Battle Over Serverless Computing Frameworks to Heat Up in 2019

Interest in serverless computing frameworks is rising sharply, but the risk associated with being locked into proprietary architectures or investing in a framework that ultimately dies on the vine due to a lack of industry support is a major concern for most IT organizations. More >

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Interviews

‘Public Cloud Doesn’t Fix Stupid,’ Datalink’s Chief Architect Warns

While public cloud can be less expensive for some workloads, it can be more expensive for others; without a thoughtful, strategic approach, it can destroy value rather than create it.

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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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Most Popular Features

Time to Set Realistic AI Expectations Is Now

The gap between what senior business execs believe can be accomplished by investing in AI and what can be really accomplished using AI has widened to the point where a backlash against AI in the enterprise may be all but inevitable.

Now Comes the Hard Part of Cloud Computing

Given all the complexities involved, it is little wonder that so many organizations have found moving to the cloud a much bigger challenge than they might have originally anticipated.

Why Security Needs to Automate, Too

The same tools being used to augment the development and operations side of the house can also be applied to automation in security.

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