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Isaac Lopez

Amazon CTO Vogels Outlines Cloud Trends for 2014

November 22nd, 2013 (0)
With 2013 racing to an end, it’s the time of year when industry visionaries start to reflect on the road that was, and what may come. Among the reflections that have started to filter into the news stream are ...

Facebook, Google Tout Renewable Energy Projects

November 21st, 2013 (0)
Big computing takes big energy. Two of the biggest computing entities on the planet, Facebook and Google, have revealed details of new renewable energy projects that they are involved with, which they say underscore their commitment to clean, renewable ...

EMC Finally Joins the All Flash Party

November 14th, 2013 (0)
A year and a half after the purchase of XtremIO, EMC has finally joined the all-flash game with its XtremIO scale-out storage array, which has started shipping. Joining a field largely pioneered by start-ups, EMC’s entrance on the field ...

Auto Engineering Firm Taps CliQr For Cloud Migration

November 11th, 2013 (0)
Cloud computing is making enterprises more flexible than ever. The ability to spin up computing resources, take as much or as little as is needed, and then pay for them like a utility has become a game-changer for businesses. ...

IBM Transitions SmartCloud Users to SoftLayer

November 6th, 2013 (0)
Last week, IBM notified customers of its SmartCloud Enterprise infrastructure cloud that on January 31, 2014, their accounts would no longer be available and that customers would have to move over to SoftLayer, another public cloud that IBM acquired ...

ARM CEO Simon Segars Eyes IoT

November 4th, 2013 (0)
A new network infrastructure is the reality of the future thanks to the proliferation of mobile devices and the coming rise of the Internet of Things, said ARM CEO Simon Segars in a video interview from TechCon ’13. The ...

IO Runs the Datacenter Like a System

October 25th, 2013 (0)
Building new datacenters is difficult. They are expensive, lengthy, and complex IT projects that have massive up front costs and usually have some surprises. Converging server, storage, and networking infrastructure and thinking at the rack level makes building datacenters ...

Infographic: State of the IT Worker

October 23rd, 2013 (0)
What is the profile of the standard American IT worker? A new statistical portrait by the Wall Street Journal suggests that the demographics of the IT worker are largely what you might think, but with a few surprises. According ...

Quickening March Toward Convergence

October 18th, 2013 (0)
The need for capacity in enterprise IT is every increasing. Whether it’s compute, bandwidth, fabric, throughput, or even data, the march of growth only seems to hasten, a phenomenon that can prove to be exponentially expensive. Attacking this march ...

Easing Flying Blind Fears of the Cloud

October 17th, 2013 (0)
One of the key inhibitors of cloud computing revolves around some of the shoddy native instrumentation where monitoring is concerned, leaving IT managers with the sense of amaurotic shock, unable to see what is going on behind the virtual ...
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