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NewsThe Cognitive Era of computing will make it possible to converge artificial intelligence, business intelligence, machine learning and real-time analytics, says Kinetica's Eric Mizell.
The end of the year always brings predictions for what we can expect in the year ahead. DriveScale’s chief scientist Tom Lyon looks into the crystal ball for his thoughts on what’s in store for hyperconverged systems and the data center.
Which are the top companies to handle your data center needs? Gartner Group’s Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing has identified 19 top firms. Today we focus on the Leaders and Niche Players.
Organizations can lose data due to a variety of reasons, but most of them are easily preventable. David Zimmerman, CEO of LC Technology, discusses the 5 most common ways that organizations maximize risk.
NewsHana 2, the second major release of SAP’s main database software since its wide release in 2011, includes tools for analyzing and predicting machine and geographic data and becomes available Nov. 30.
NewsThe goal with wearables is to replace legacy solutions with digital eyewear—for processes such as assessing equipment, measuring status or performing troubleshooting—in a virtualized environment.
BlogThe mainframe is leveraged by 92 of the top 100 banks worldwide, 23 of the top 25 US retailers, all 10 of the world’s 10 largest insurers, and 23 of the world’s 25 largest airlines.
Gartner Group has recently published its Magic Quadrant for Integrated Systems, looking at the top vendor companies based on a number of criteria. In part one of this slideshow series, we look at those companies named as Leaders and Challengers.
The end of the year always brings plenty of forecasts for the year ahead, and Spiceworks has gotten an early jump on technology predictions. Here is a look at what to expect, based on the just-released “2017 Spiceworks State of IT” report.
NewsMore augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) applications are cropping up in multiple industries including hospitality, healthcare, retail and education—and the market for these technologies is expected to see dramatic growth in the coming years. According to the new Worldwide Semiannual Augmented and Virtual Reality Spending Guide from International Data Corp. (IDC), worldwide revenues for the market will grow from $5.2 billion in 2016 to more than $162 billion in 2020. This represents a compound…
FeatureChina - where parents have been known to try anything to give their kids an edge and tend to be less obsessive about privacy - may be an ideal testing ground for the VR classroom of the future.
FeatureAbout 300 flights were scrapped and delays and cancellations will continue even as systems come back online, the second-biggest U.S. carrier said Monday on Twitter.
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