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Alison Diana

Managing editor of Enterprise Technology. I've been covering tech and business for many years, for publications such as InformationWeek, Baseline Magazine, and Florida Today. A native Brit and longtime Yankees fan, I live with my husband, daughter, and two cats on the Space Coast in Florida.

Machine Learning Will Transform Business: How to Benefit

October 14th, 2015 (0)
This past year there was a major debate in tech media over the future of artificial intelligence in business. The battle centered on whether AI should be feared and whether it would put people out of jobs. For some, ...

Five Questions Enterprises Should Ask When Selecting a NoSQL Database

October 14th, 2015 (1)
With the need for more flexibility when it comes to defining and handling large amounts of data, NoSQL has emerged as a feasible alternative to relational databases. NoSQL databases enable better application development productivity, greater ability to scale dynamically ...

Internet of Things or Internet of Partnerships?

October 12th, 2015 (0)
Pitney Bowes and GE Predix are one example of how collaboration expands organizations' abilities to meet customer needs.

Dell to Buy EMC for $67B; Sharpen Focus on Large Enterprises and HPC

October 12th, 2015 (0)
Dell will buy the storage provider EMC (NYSE: EMC) in a deal worth about $67 billion, reports The New York Times today (Dell Announces Purchase of EMC for $67 Billion). Dell and the investment firm Silver Lake, its financial ...

Qualcomm Takes On Intel Xeon’s Datacenter Reign

October 9th, 2015 (0)
Acquisitions could boost mobile chip maker's success in winnowing away some of Intel's 95 percent server marketshare, analysts say.

Q&A with Dell’s Top Server Exec: Ashley Gorakhpurwalla

October 9th, 2015 (0)
If he wasn't busy before, Ashley Gorakhpurwalla, vice president and general manager, Servers, at Dell, no doubt is even busier today, now rumors of a merger between Dell and EMC swirl among tech pundits and financial whizzes. A few ...

DevOps and the Indy 500: Both Driven to Succeed

October 9th, 2015 (0)
I was thinking about the Indy 500 the other day and realized there were many similarities with successful DevOps environments. Both are all about using accelerated laps (or continuous cycles) to quickly get to the finish line (or delivery ...

IBM’s New Open Linux Power Servers Take on x86 in HPC

October 8th, 2015 (0)
With today's release of three Linux-based, open architecture Power processor servers, IBM hopes to take away market share from the x86 servers many enterprises currently use for high performance computing, big data, and cloud. Enterprises are willing to switch processor ...

myDevices IoT Platform, Served with Side of Services

October 8th, 2015 (0)
Today, myDevices became the latest developer to offer enterprises an Internet of Things (IoT) platform, differentiating its software via the format and heavy emphasis on professional services. MyDevices' self-named IoT as a Service platform features a consumer facing front-end ...

Dell and EMC in Merger Talks, Report Says

October 7th, 2015 (0)
Dell is reportedly in talks to merge with EMC, according to published reports. Rumors and uncertainty have swirled around $50-billion storage behemoth EMC. Facing the unscheduled but certainly upcoming retirement of longtime chairman and CEO Joe Tucci, pundits have ...
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