Technology / Software
By Tom Raftery on May 22, 2015
Equinix is powering one of its Silicon Valley data centers with a 1MW Bloom Energy fuel cell
By Naomi Bloom on May 22, 2015
It’s critical to get as much as possible of the core from a single vendor but only if that vendor can offer you a truly integrated core.
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By Bob Warfield on May 21, 2015
I read a fascinating piece on the economic impact self-driving cars and trucks will have and it’s not a pretty sight. A quick glance at this map showing the most common job in each state makes it clear: The most common job in each state in 2014… You don’t have to study the map very […]
By Charlie Bess on May 20, 2015
Dion Hinchcliffe wrote a piece on The Enterprise Technologies to Watch for 2015 that is worth looking at. There are some things that you might disagree with but overall it covers emerging technologies well. Some examples I’d move around are: 3D printing – Dion has it in the tactical space and granted the technologies available today […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on May 20, 2015
As business and IT leaders prepare for their next budget cycle this year, more emerging and not-yet-adopted technologies must be considered as candidates than ever before. Yet despite the seemingly endless flow of new applications, devices, and services, it’s always important to sort the latest digital innovations into the strategic and tactical, into what is […]
By Anshu Sharma on May 18, 2015
Microsoft’s biggest failure of the last decade may not have been missing the cloud and the mobile revolutions but giving away probably the biggest advantage it had — developers building killer apps for your ecosystem.
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By Paul Greenberg on May 18, 2015
SAP’s annual conference has a long lineage and is arguably one of the most important – and very revealing – conferences in the technology world. They are always amazing and always puzzling. Paul Greenberg explains the conundrum.
By James Governor on May 18, 2015
felt like pretty much every announcement at #build2015 was aimed at removing a barrier to entry for developers. well done microsoft. — James Governor (@monkchips) May 3, 2015 At Build 2015 Microsoft finally sloughed off many of the shackles of its own making and renewed its relevance to the industry from a developer, and thus […]
By Charlie Bess on May 14, 2015
One of the great things about Moore’s law that is sometimes overlooked is that even though computing capabilities have expanded at a tremendous rate, the power consumption for those same transistors that are being packed together have gone down at an even faster rate. This announcement from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign of the […]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on May 13, 2015
Far from maturing, the collaboration tool space is busier than ever evolving, branching out, and multiplying. But are organizations able to adopt so many different ways of working together?