‘Zero trust high on agenda due to cloud, potential untapped’
The security world has been under the spell of zero trust for some time. Zscaler research now confirms that organizations also see the framework as an ideal tool for securing users, workloads and devices. Cloud migration contributes to this: 91 percent of the organizations have implemented or are i... Read more
Events, dollars & cents: the state of open source in 2023
Britain was, obviously (arguably), mislead and misguided enough to vote positively for Brexit by a small but unfortunate margin. In what may be something of a continued move to reaffirm what open values the nation still has, OpenUK continues its obviously (perhaps inarguably) positive work to promo... Read more
Review: iPhone 14 and 14 Pro — the gap got bigger
In front of us are the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, two new models from Apple's 2022 lineup. Just last year, we concluded that it was best to skip a generation, but what about now? Are these two models worth their (sharply increased) price?
The first peculiarity is that Apple changed this year's... Read more
ScaleFlux: Computational storage, mainstream is no daydream
Storage needs a makeover. Often thought of as back-office donkey/grunt work, we all recognise the need and importance of storage, but not many of us want to focus on it as a computing discipline in and of itself. Which is wrong, obviously.
Notwithstanding the fact that one Australian tech news p... Read more
Micro Focus tackles the complex hybrid cloud with HCMX
The hybrid cloud has become a top choice when it comes to setting up infrastructure and IT services. After all, the cloud model can offer organisations the flexibility to adapt to new situations. At the same time, the IT ecosystem is getting bigger and more complex, something that calls for a new p... Read more
Data is the genesis for modern invention
Swami Sivasubramanian is responsible for data and machine learning at AWS. In a 2-hour keynote, he explained how to develop a data strategy using a variety of AWS solutions. In between, he also announces the necessary product updates so that organizations can extract even more or easier value from ... Read more
AWS shows a lot of power at re:Invent 22 opening keynote
Amazon Web Services is hosting its annual re:Invent conference this week. During this conference, AWS showcases its innovations for its cloud solutions. During the opening keynote of Adam Selipsky, the CEO of AWS, it was mostly a power show in which the company demonstrated that it is the market le... Read more
Visma and security: how does enterprise software become secure?
Visma puts a lot of emphasis on providing secure cloud software for accounting, procurement, invoicing, school administration, HRM and financial management. It made us curious what a software vendor actually has to do to keep things secure. What programs and initiatives are out there?
On a globa... Read more
Dialling into Ops via UCaaS
DevOps happened before DevOps. That is, we had operations teams working with developers on relatively sophisticated workflow methodologies long before the technology industry decided to formalise this ‘workplace culture approach’ and give it a name.
As we know, DevOps has now extended to bec... Read more
Horizontal hold, Alluxio widens multi-tenant architectures
Data moves. While some data will inevitably come to rest and reside in a storage repository with one or other level of accessibility (depending on mission-criticality, cost of storage or other factors), data mostly moves between application workloads, analytics engines and more.
This core cade... Read more