HPE Targets One of DT’s Biggest Pain Points
Oct04

HPE Targets One of DT’s Biggest Pain Points

HPE’s enterprise storage credentials are impressive – sitting second (17.3%) behind Dell (19.1%) [although it’s growth in the last quarter was an anemic 1.9% versus 26.6% for Dell and 21.3% for the overall market] — but this week’s backup, or secondary storage, announcements are intended to redress an area where the company has been relegated to the ‘niche’ category. IDC’s numbers were for the second quarter,...

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FlureeDB – A Different Kind of Blockchain Solution

FlureeDB is an enterprise blockchain-based database solution that combines blockchain’s security, immutability, decentralization and distributed ledger capabilities with a feature-rich graph-style database. After an 8-month beta program that included over 700 participants, FlureeDB was officially released in late August. Unlike other enterprise blockchain solutions that are designed for asset transaction-oriented applications such as...

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Hitachi Vantara Talks What’s Next at NEXT

Last week saw the 2018 Hitachi Vantara NEXT conference. For those of you not following along closely, Hitachi Vantara is the artist previously known as, well, many other things…! One of the ongoing challenges the company faces (both for itself, and indeed to a greater extent when we consider it in association with its Hitachi parent) is how to describe its panoply of abilities, both IT and otherwise, in a cohesive manner. Well,...

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NVIDIA GTC Europe: Where Today Meets Tomorrow

NVIDIA’s GTC (GPU Technology Conference) has become the premier hardware event focused on the near-term future of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Autonomous Vehicles, High Performance Computing (both PCs and Servers), Virtual Reality, and the wave of disruptive innovation we seem to be in the middle of. This year’s European event takes place from October 9th-11th in Munich, Germany, known throughout the continent as the place where...

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Cloudy Future for Security Analytics

When you think of security analytics and operations, one technology tends to come to mind – security information and event management (SIEM). SIEM technology was around when I started focusing on cybersecurity in 2002 (think eSecurity, Intellitactics, NetForensics, etc.) and remains the primary security operations platform today. Vendors in this space today include AlienVault (AT&T), IBM (QRadar), LogRhythm, McAfee, and Splunk....

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IBM Watson Sparks Agricultural Innovation

It’s no surprise that artificial Intelligence (AI) inspires reams of press releases and media coverage these days. The fact is that a confluence of IT trends and achievements have made AI more achievable and affordable than ever before. At the same time, it’s wise to remember that companies’ announcements typically mirror their specific, if sometimes limited, talents and skills. So, in the case of AI, silicon vendors might focus on...

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