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Outsource tasks and understand what motivates security professionals.
It’s that time of year again when we publish our IT buyer outlook for the coming 12-18 months. This year, our 2014 IT Spending Intentions and Public Cloud Computing Trends research has some really interesting new twists to it. Here are a few insights …
My reactions on how Google Glass plays in the world of wearables, mobile, social, and maybe big data.
Random observations about last week’s show.
Last week SolidFire held its first Analyst Day; of course it wanted to convey its recent progress and success, but in this case there was more to the decision than superficial (albeit valid) chest-beating. This blog post examines why SolidFire put on the event.
In this video blog, I discuss considerations and requirements for the Data Center of Tomorrow, and how we make the leap from the Data Center of Today (well, really, Yesterday) to the Data Center of Tomorrow.
Discussions focused on enterprise customer requirements rather than silver bullet solutions.
How many work-related documents, images, and videos do you interact with on a daily basis? Before you answer, include the number of e-mails you send and receive. Tens? Hundreds? Maybe thousands? And that’s just you.
Thinking about the intersection of big data and security in the enterprise, live from the RSA conference.
Brian Garrett and I recently had the opportunity to take a trip to the Emerging Threats campus in Lafayette, Indiana to meet with Matt Jonkman (CTO) and Chris Montgomery (Senior SE) and perform a hands-on validation of Emerging Threats technology.