Visa’s letter to the Treasury Select Committee, documenting details behind the recent outage which left millions of people unable to complete card transactions, reinforces a critical challenge that organisations face when exposed to a ‘partial failure’ of IT infrastructure. This is according to Peter Groucutt, managing director of Databarracks.
Deal marks key milestone in Nokia’s digital transformation journey.
Crestchic, the world’s largest specialised loadbank manufacturer and rental company, has supplied the University of Chester with a nominally rated 300 kVA restive/reactive loadbank. This has been installed at its research and development facility at the Energy Centre situated in Thornton Science Park. The contractors for the project, A+B Engineering, selected Crestchic for its specialism in this area.
New Q1 data from Synergy Research Group shows that in the public cloud services market, worldwide leader AWS is also the clear leader in all four of the world’s major regions, ranked by public IaaS and PaaS service revenues.
Attending meetings tops most hated tasks at work.
Investment will extend HPE’s leadership in large, fast-growing market for Intelligent Edge technology.
At the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) in Frankfurt, Germany, Lenovo is announcing “Neptune”: its approach to holistic liquid cooling in the data center.
Operators looking to quickly and cost-effectively deliver new 5G services are today a step closer to being able to do so, as the Broadband Forum and NTT successfully demonstrated the disaggregation of time-critical PON functions.
New research from CAST shows that legacy prevails; Agile is not the silver bullet it was promised to be.
Vectra says that many global financial services organizations are targeted by sophisticated cyberattackers in an attempt to steal critical data and personally-identifiable information (PII).
‘On the job’ behaviours revealed by Centrify study of next generation workers pose major risk to jobs and brands.
Hitachi Vantara has expanded its Hitachi Enterprise Cloud family of fully managed private and hybrid cloud “as-a-service” offerings, including new options for deploying cloud-native application environments. These new as-a-service offerings accelerate data center modernization and help ensure customers realize the maximum value of Hitachi technology through outcome-based services.
Human-Assisted AI democratizes software development; making it faster, more accessible and less expensive.
New CTERA Edge Filer family offers new levels of capacity and performance for the most demanding branch IT environments.
Leading Vendors, Solution and Service Providers to meet in London in September 2018.