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  • Research // Nov 2014

    2014 is the Year of the All-Flash Array

    Flash is a disruptive technology that has already revolutionized mobile computing once with NAND flash in digital audio players, mobile phones and a handful of other personal devices back in the '90s, but a new revolution in the enterprise storage ecosystem is in the works. All-flash arrays (AFAs) are a...

    Sponsored By Pure Storage

  • Research // Mar 2013

    Aberdeen Group Research Paper, Content Analytics: Helping the Best-in-Class Drive Superior Customer Service

    Read the research paper to discover how Content Analytics can help your organization analyze, search and classify unstructured content for superior business outcomes. This study examined 125 organizations from across the globe and identified best in class practices for unstructured data management. A recent survey across all industries reported...

    Provided By IBM

  • Research // Jul 2012

    Alan Turing: A modern computing legacy

    The world would be a different place if not for Alan Turing. A mathematician and cryptographer, Turing's work at Bletchley Park heavily contributed to the Allied war effort and had profound consequences in shortening World War II. His pioneering 'stored program' computer underpins every computer today, and he has influenced...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Apr 2012

    Great British computers: A ZDNet retrospective

    Would you believe the first ever business computer totted up the price of cakes, bread and pies? You would if you knew it was operated by a British tea-shop company. The Lyons Electric Office computer (LEO), along with Edsac -- the UK's first fully operational general-purpose computer -- and...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Jan 2012

    Tech breakthroughs to watch in 2012

    From invisibility cloaks to virtual atom smashing, 2011 was a year for advancing our knowledge, both on Earth and in space. ZDNet presents this guide to the accomplishments and discoveries from researchers at Cern, Nasa, Manchester University and more, all of which will be ones to watch in 2012. You...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Oct 2011

    Graphene: A guide to the future from ZDNet

    What is graphene? The subject of a recent Nobel Prize, this new form of carbon has unrivalled potential applications for technology, from solar cells to touchscreens. The UK government has even promised to invest £50m into a national research programme to commercialise this so-called 'miracle material'. But how does graphene...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Nov 2014

    2014 is the Year of the All-Flash Array

    Flash is a disruptive technology that has already revolutionized mobile computing once with NAND flash in digital audio players, mobile phones and a handful of other personal devices back in the '90s, but a new revolution in the enterprise storage ecosystem is in the works. All-flash arrays (AFAs) are a...

    Sponsored By Pure Storage

  • Research // Mar 2013

    Aberdeen Group Research Paper, Content Analytics: Helping the Best-in-Class Drive Superior Customer Service

    Read the research paper to discover how Content Analytics can help your organization analyze, search and classify unstructured content for superior business outcomes. This study examined 125 organizations from across the globe and identified best in class practices for unstructured data management. A recent survey across all industries reported...

    Provided By IBM

  • Research // Jan 2012

    Tech breakthroughs to watch in 2012

    From invisibility cloaks to virtual atom smashing, 2011 was a year for advancing our knowledge, both on Earth and in space. ZDNet presents this guide to the accomplishments and discoveries from researchers at Cern, Nasa, Manchester University and more, all of which will be ones to watch in 2012. You...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Apr 2012

    Great British computers: A ZDNet retrospective

    Would you believe the first ever business computer totted up the price of cakes, bread and pies? You would if you knew it was operated by a British tea-shop company. The Lyons Electric Office computer (LEO), along with Edsac -- the UK's first fully operational general-purpose computer -- and...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Jul 2012

    Alan Turing: A modern computing legacy

    The world would be a different place if not for Alan Turing. A mathematician and cryptographer, Turing's work at Bletchley Park heavily contributed to the Allied war effort and had profound consequences in shortening World War II. His pioneering 'stored program' computer underpins every computer today, and he has influenced...

    Provided By ZDNet

  • Research // Oct 2011

    Graphene: A guide to the future from ZDNet

    What is graphene? The subject of a recent Nobel Prize, this new form of carbon has unrivalled potential applications for technology, from solar cells to touchscreens. The UK government has even promised to invest £50m into a national research programme to commercialise this so-called 'miracle material'. But how does graphene...

    Provided By ZDNet