Tag: 2016


Where and how to store our future huge data?

August 16, 2016

Via: James Hughes

Technology nowadays evolves in the direction of reducing consumption, in all aspects. From space saving towards cost saving, next generation tech implements viable cost-effective solutions that enable super-performance and allow enterprises to focus on the actual object of their activity […]

Global Cloud

Why Cloud Infrastructure Spending is Accelerating in 2016

April 27, 2016

Via: Nasuni

This shouldn’t surprise anyone following the changes in enterprise IT, but spending on traditional infrastructure hardware is falling, as enterprises turn to cloud. International Data Corporation (IDC) recently announced its latest Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker, a report that […]

Cloud Clients

7 things 2016 has in store for the future of DevOps and IT

January 4, 2016

Via: Andi Mann – Ubergeek

“Next year this ‘Uberfication of IT’ will turn into a ‘Balkanization of IT,’ driving stakeholders to demand better insight, governance and control of federated technologies to integrate adoption, usage, monitoring, security, cost control and more across shared services.” Enterprise DevOps […]

Cloud Clients, Global Cloud

3 cloud resolutions for 2016

December 30, 2015

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

It’s that time of year when gyms fill up with New Year’s resolution-driven people who want to get into shape. At least, that’s the idea for the first few weeks of the calendar. Perhaps it’s time to work up your […]

Global Cloud, Public Cloud

A Year Ahead: Cloud Battle, Data Walls

December 28, 2015

Via: Cloud Expo

Last year, I made some predictions about how the cloud and data would change the technology landscape. This included the now clear rise of SQL, the consolidation of cloud application vendors, the end of the war between the public and […]


Data Centers in 2016: Vendor Predictions

December 23, 2015

Via: Data Center Knowledge

Every year starting around mid-November we get flooded with emails from vendors in the data center market (and outside of it) with their predictions for the following year. Some are interesting, some aren’t, and most are of course self-serving. We’ve […]