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Independent software vendors (ISVs) often face a choice when it comes to releasing new products into the wild. They can simply make your software available for download to customers, or you can work...
As more and more enterprises are leaning into newer analytics technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), many are hitting a wall when it comes to effectively putting...
While 2020 didn’t bring major changes in on-premises data storage, many of the same challenges remain for enterprises. These challenges include:
The datacenter cooling market is poised to grow past the $20 billion market size forecast in the next five years. Redapt has been monitoring liquid cooling trends for quite a few years and has...
The recent rise in remote work has cast a renewed focus on the critical need for data protection.
Migrating your enterprise data to the cloud requires a solid roadmap. You need to know what you’re trying to achieve from your migration, what your data sets look like, and how you’re going to ensure...
As adoption of Kubernetes continues to grow, one question many enterprise CIOs ask is which tools are available to help them implement and manage their Kubernetes clusters effectively?
From automation and data analysis to internal communications and customer service, adopting artificial intelligence (AI) into your enterprise can enhance your entire operation.
Proper data warehousing is the key to unlocking advanced insights in large amounts of data. With so many tools and platforms available, finding the right one to fit your unique needs and problems can...
Maybe you’re deploying cloud-native tech stacks on-premises because you’ve reached a size where utilizing the public cloud is no longer cost-effective.