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Recently, I visited a few conferences and I noticed a somewhat hidden theme. While a lot of attention was being paid to moving to a (hybrid) cloud-based architecture and what you need for that (such as cloud management platforms), a few presentation...
Employee enthusiasm for the telecommunication’s ‘challenger’ culture drives demand for language training4 December, 2017 – Colt Technology Services, a leader in enabling customers’ digital transformation through agile and ...
We're not all going to the public cloud overnight.

That’s why the hybrid cloud is a critical concept for enterprises.

The idea of a hybrid cloud is that you keep your server farm and massive investment in VMware, Oracle, and whatever else you bought...
The new spec also standardizes variable refresh rate tech for gamers.
Colt will further extend its network expansion strategy to better serve the needs of its multinational customer base06 November 2017 - Colt Technology Services today announced plans to upgrade and future proof its transatlantic, transpacific and Asian ...
Vega 56 should have led to lower prices.
Instead, the 1070 Ti maintains the status quo.
2,432 CUDA cores, 8GB GDDR5, 256GB/s of memory bandwidth, and yes you can overclock it.
Ray Hagen discusses the key priorities for WDM technologiesDenver, Colorado. 18 October 2017: Ray Hagen, Americas Product Manager at optical transceiver specialist ProLabs, today addressed why Multiple System Operators (MSOs) must ensure they make prac...
New automotive solution will be showcased alongside portfolio of industry-leading RF technologyHerisau, 3 October 2017: Leading international manufacturer of components and systems for optical and electrical connectivity, HUBER+SUHNER, will unveil its ...
Choosing the right cloud storage option is never as straightforward as you think it might be. You end up having to juggle prices, for both saving and reading your data, for bandwidth, and even for the class of server thatrsquo;s hosting your bits.

And there are different storage technology options as well.The first question you need to ask is “What kind of data am I trying to store?” Cloud services have the opportunity to step beyond the tiering model we often use in on-premises infrastructures, using storage models that are more suited to cloud applications and their particular needs.

They may look like disks to the outside world, but yoursquo;re going to be working against specialized code that wonrsquo;t offer the same features as a general-purpose disk file system.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
The adoption of agile software development methodologies has been a necessary evolution to support the explosive demand for new and expanded capabilities.

There is no doubt that without the broad adoption of agile practices much of the growth in technology, and all of those aspects of everyday life that is driven by technology, simply would not have happened.Still, too much of a good thing applies.

Another old that comes to mind is “You can have it better, cheaper, faster. Pick any two.” Many organizations have insisted on all three. How did they do it? They sacrificed the documentation.Irsquo;m not talking about saving shipping costs and trees by making manuals virtual, and then saving bandwidth by replacing the documents download with the install files with links to online documentation (which has its own issues in this world of massive MA).
Irsquo;m talking about all those wonderful references that development teams, sometimes backed by technical writers, produced so that others may pick up where they left off to maintain and enhance the final applications. Yes, that documentation.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here