Broadcom immediately spins off Carbon Black from VMware after acquisition
From now on, Carbon Black is a separate "business unit" within Broadcom's portfolio. In doing so, Broadcom is cutting its endpoint security offering loose from the rest of VMware, which itself is split into several divisions.
Jason Rolleston, VP & GM of VMware Carbon Black, begins with a fai... Read more
Enter the age of the wooden data center; Vertiv introduces TimberMod
Vertiv today announces an expansion of its prefab modular offerings. TimberMod is made of wood. It should boost the general rise of prefab modular data center construction.
Last week we were guests in Rugvica, Croatia at Vertiv. A few years ago, the company commissioned a factory there dedicate... Read more
Will the EU AI Act survive the growing criticism?
Events in the AI world always give Europe the opportunity to mention the EU AI Act once again. The act is often used in the same sentence with "leading agreement" and seems to be a solution to the problems and challenges facing the AI world today. But what will be left of the legislation as critic... Read more
Why AI modeling requires database connectors
AI is complex. Not just because it is hard to do, difficult to comprehend in scale and tough to follow the next-big-thing with new generative functions and Large Language Models (LLMs) seeming to come forward every week. Those factors make AI engineering complex, but the IT industry is working ferv... Read more
What made NXP so valuable to Chinese hackers?
It emerged on Friday that the Chinese hacker group "Chimera" had been able to spy on NXP for years. Its corporate network's security proved inadequate, resulting in the theft of chip designs. But what in particular made NXP's chips attractive to the Chinese hackers?
Dutch news outlet NRC reveale... Read more
iPhone 15 Pro review: goodbye Lightning, hello USB-C
Under pressure from the European Commission, Apple has now also switched to USB-C to charge and sync its new iPhones. Is this the most eye-catching difference between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 series, or are there more substantial improvements that justify a purchase this year?
It has been a l... Read more
Latvia as a breeding ground for IT success: Zabbix and DeskTime are living proof
Techzine attended the Zabbix Summit in Riga, Latvia. There, we not only learned about what the open source monitoring platform Zabbix can offer, but also discovered CEO Alexei Vladishev's unorthodox definition of sustainability. In addition, we saw parallels with the development of DeskTime, anothe... Read more
Commvault Cloud introduced in Europe: shift to cyber resilience
With rapidly evolving cyber threats and increasingly complex environments, the need for modern enterprise backup solutions is becoming increasingly urgent. Commvault is responding to those challenges with the introduction of Commvault Cloud. We travelled to Hilvarenbeek in the Netherlands, where "t... Read more
VMware tells its competitors what a true sovereign cloud is
Many major cloud players have been talking about the sovereign cloud in recent years. Microsoft, AWS and Oracle are the most prominent among them. They all promise to keep enterprise and government data shielded from third parties, while allowing customers to free themselves from the constraints of... Read more
Event-Driven Ansible will unleash a new wave of automation
Red Hat aims to unleash a new wave of automation with Event-Driven Ansible. Infrastructure as Code (IaC) provides the foundation, while Operations as Code provides the completion. This is with an eye toward end-to-end automation.
Earlier this year, Red Hat announced Event-Driven Ansible, and pre... Read more