Last month, a release on Business Wire caught our eye. Here’s how it starts, emphasis ours:
If your company is still shackled to the traditional development cycle, microservers can help break you free and provide better outcomes for your customers.
If your company is increasingly relying on Big Data, you’ve probably encountered issues with managing all the information in your various workloads.
Companies that embrace the public cloud are able to unlock a number of benefits, from cost-savings and flexibility, to accelerated development cycles and deployment.
According to projections from the International Data Corporation (IDC), worldwide IT spending is expected to reach $5.3 trillion in 2020.
It used to be that working on monolithic applications was a tedious process, vulnerable to catastrophic crashes that made an entire application inoperable for an extended period of time.
There are good reasons for a company to repatriate application workloads from public cloud to on-premises or co-location datacenters. Often, exploring cost savings is a driving factor. Most often,...
Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help companies unlock entire new ways to analyze and put to work massive amounts of data.
In 1986, Tom M. Mitchell published this definition in his ground-breaking book Machine Learning: