We tend to think of the Space Industry as quintessentially cutting edge. As such it feels awfully strange to hear somebody compare it to the pre-Uber taxi industry – nowadays the definition of an ecosystem ripe for seismic technological disruption.
Now past the five-year anniversary of OpenStack’s creation, the half-decade milestone provides an opportunity to look back on how far the project has come in that time – and to peer thoughtfully into OpenStack’s next few years.
Cloud technology is rapidly becoming the new normal, replacing traditional IT solutions. The revenues of top cloud service providers are doubling each year, at the start of a predicted period of sustained growth in cloud services.
Ian McEwan, VP and General Manager, EMEA at Egnyte discusses why IT departments must provide employees with secure, adaptive cloud-based file sync and share services, or run the risk of ‘shadow IT’.
Executing a successful enterprise IT platform rollout is as much about earning widespread support as it is about proper pacing.
Reacting to the steady flow of reported security breaches in open source components such as Heartbleed, Shellshock and Poodle is making organisations focus increasingly on making the software they build more secure, improving application delivery, agility and security.
In 2015, experts expect to see more sync and sharing platforms like Google Drive, SharePoint and Dropbox offer unlimited storage to users at no cost – and an increasing number of employees will no doubt take advantage of these…
One important aspect of cloud technology is how ubiquitous it is. It allows my international development team to work online from anywhere in the world.
Most buzzwords circulating right now describe very attention-grabbing products: virtual reality headsets, smart watches, internet-connected toasters. Big Data is the prime example of this: but how ‘big’ is enterprise Big Data?
On September 22nd and 23rd, the first-ever dedicated IoT Security conference and exhibition will take place in Boston.