Micron sets its sights on quad-cell storage

Micron is the latest NAND flash memory maker to announce plans for quadruple-level cell (QLC) flash memory, following similar announcements from Toshiba and Western Digital. It’s a very technical story with a very real impact. NAND flash memory stores data Continue reading Micron sets its sights on quad-cell storage

Dear IT security pros: it’s time to stop making preventable mistakes

While helping enterprise IT users improve their cloud security posture, I always like to spend time finding out what common obstacles they are facing. Their answers always fascinate me, and so I decided to run my own little research project Continue reading Dear IT security pros: it’s time to stop making preventable mistakes

What Is Software As A Service (SaaS) And How Does It Pertain To Intermodal Software?

With the ubiquity of high-speed broadband Internet access across the world, and North America in particular, new software models are able to flourish. The old software delivery methods had many problems. Before the Internet, or in some cases even with Continue reading What Is Software As A Service (SaaS) And How Does It Pertain To Intermodal Software?

Juniper Woos The Enterprise With New Products

Juniper Networks is wooing enterprise buyers with a fresh-baked batch of new products and a strategy built around multicloud. That is, Juniper wants to be able to connect enterprise workloads regardless of where they are, and enable the requisite policies Continue reading Juniper Woos The Enterprise With New Products

Leveraging a hybrid cloud model to cope with data growth

In “What the storage industry’s inevitable transition to the cloud means for your business,” I cited the explosive growth of data as one of the primary reasons for a shift in storage architectures from local hardware to the cloud. Let’s Continue reading Leveraging a hybrid cloud model to cope with data growth

Intel launches new Xeon processor aimed at edge computing

Intel has launched its brand-new lineup of Xeon processors designed specifically for edge computing needs, where space, heat, and power are all of greater concern than in a traditional data center design. The Xeon D-2100 processors are the successor to Continue reading Intel launches new Xeon processor aimed at edge computing

Mastering email security with DMARC, SPF and DKIM

Phishing and email spam are the biggest opportunities for hackers to enter the network. If a single user clicks on some malicious email attachment, it can compromise an entire enterprise with ransomware, cryptojacking scripts, data leakages, or privilege escalation exploits. Continue reading Mastering email security with DMARC, SPF and DKIM

Dell EMC dials into digital transformation with VxBlock 1000

Add to favorites Scalability, simplicity and flexibility are the core benefits of this latest system from Dell EMC. Aiming to help customers on their digital transformation journey, Dell EMC has announced the latest iteration of the VxBlock System, looking to Continue reading Dell EMC dials into digital transformation with VxBlock 1000

Citrix Acquires DNS Service Cedexis

Citrix has acquired Cedexis, a company that provides a DNS service that can steer requests based on real-time performance data. Cedexis collects a variety of metrics to measure the performance of cloud services, CDNs, and service providers. Using these metrics, Continue reading Citrix Acquires DNS Service Cedexis

Command Line Tools for Developers

By Piotr Gaczkowski – Freelance Software Engineer @ Toptal In today’s online world, the battle to attract users continues to rage on, with app makers preferring either mobile or web apps. Desktop applications are becoming less and less relevant. Moreover, Continue reading Command Line Tools for Developers