What can data centers learn from the New England Patriots?

When February rolls around each year, every football fan knows what’s right around the corner – it’s time for the Super Bowl! This game brings together the two best teams in the National Football League to compete for the title, Continue reading What can data centers learn from the New England Patriots?

Artificial intelligence and cybersecurity: The real deal

If you want to understand what’s happening with artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity, look no further than this week’s news. On Monday, Palo Alto Networks introduced Magnifier, a behavioral analytics solution that uses structured and unstructured machine learning to model Continue reading Artificial intelligence and cybersecurity: The real deal

HPE partners with Portworx for easier Kubernetes deployment

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has partnered with Kubernetes container vendor Portworx to provide a reference configuration for enterprises to launch stateful container workloads on Kubernetes. Containers are a lightweight form of virtualization, where just what is needed is loaded rather Continue reading HPE partners with Portworx for easier Kubernetes deployment

Endpoint detection and response is coming – in one form or another

A few years ago (2016), my esteemed colleague Doug Cahill and I spoke with 30 enterprise organizations about their endpoint security requirements and strategies. Based upon these discussions, we came up with a concept called the endpoint security continuum.  On Continue reading Endpoint detection and response is coming – in one form or another

REST Assured vs. JMeter: A Comparison of REST Test Tools

By Nemanja Veskovic – Freelance Java Developer @ Toptal Testing representational state transfer (REST) APIs can be a tricky business. Many who resort to manually testing REST APIs overlook details and miss out on ways they could save time. Any Continue reading REST Assured vs. JMeter: A Comparison of REST Test Tools

Enterprise IT Sales: Rules of Acquisition

Being successful in IT Infrastructure Sales is tough. It helps to have a few simple rules to follow to make sure to keep your manufacturers happy and sales flowing.   #1: The right solution is always the latest and greatest Continue reading Enterprise IT Sales: Rules of Acquisition

Enterprise IT Sales: Rules of Acquisition

Being successful in IT Infrastructure Sales is tough. It helps to have a few simple rules to follow to make sure to keep your manufacturers happy and sales flowing.   #1: The right solution is always the latest and greatest Continue reading Enterprise IT Sales: Rules of Acquisition

What is fog computing? Connecting the cloud to things

Fog computing is the concept of a network fabric that stretches from the outer edges of where data is created to where it will eventually be stored, whether that’s in the cloud or in a customer’s data center. Fog is Continue reading What is fog computing? Connecting the cloud to things

Testing RFID IoT devices for enterprise deployment

Legacy manual and barcode systems are still in widespread use, but many organizations are turning to the internet of things, specifically RFID tags, to streamline asset tracking in the data center. It’s important to test these devices before deploying, and Continue reading Testing RFID IoT devices for enterprise deployment