All backups are not created equal. While having any backup is better than having no backup, the different approaches to backups can have dramatic effects on business continuity, should disaster strike.
Extension and Storage Spaces Direct support, plus some security changes are among some of the new features in the GA release of "Project Honolulu."
The two companies announced their plans to integrate VMware Workspace ONE with Okta Identity Cloud.
Amazon Transcribe is used to create a written transcript of audio or video files that you upload.
Pivot3 Intelligent Hybrid Cloud gets expanded disaster recovery and workload mobility capabilities.
Based on the OpenStack Queens release, VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 is now generally available.
Spiceworks survey finds Microsoft OneDrive most popular cloud storage service, among other interesting findings.
Be sure to document objects as they're created to avoid confusion later on.
Today Intel Corp. officially announced its Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization (OpenVINO) toolkit, formerly known as "Intel Computer Vision SDK."
Isilon was acquired by EMC in November 2010 for $2.25 billion.
Red Hat Inc. announced the general availability of Red Hat 4.2, its KVM-powered virtualization platform.
Expected to start shipping in mid-June, AWS DeepLens gives developers the chance to expand their machine learning skills.
Red Hat plans to focus on the hybrid cloud sector by expanding the company's relationship with technology juggernaut IBM Corp.
Oracle this week announced Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud and Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud, three Platform-as-a-Service databases that the company says will "automate and eliminate key tasks" for enterprises thanks to built-in algortithms.
A combination of server hardware and cloud infrastructure software that's designed to offer datacenters "ultra-low latency support for time-critical applications."
With so much to take in in only three days, I spent the trip back home decompressing and reflecting on everything I learned and experienced.
Organization using the VMware Cloud on AWS service are being targeted by JetStream Software with a new offering to help them migrate their on-premises virtualized workloads from to the AWS platform.
Juniper Networks, having turned over its open source, software-defined networking Open Contrail project to The Linux Foundation, has come out with an expanded commercial enterprise offering based on the software.
The event covered a lot of ground -- here's my disjointed overview of the conference.
VMware Inc. announced its Virtual Cloud Network and the new NSX solutions on which it will run.
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