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A new paper from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and PatternEx shows that their AI system predicts cyber-attacks better than machine learning systems or human experts.
Organisations must manage mission critical data, to ensure business continuity. It doesn't matter if they're looking to back up virtual environments, remote offices, network att...
VMware proclaimed NSX as their next major revenue stream. Here is what the solution is offering today, and what it will offer in the future.
Leveraging the Cloud for Business Resilience - Cloud Computing Improves System and Data Backup, Archive and Recovery Operations (Japanese)
Business continuity is vital to business success, and in today's interconnected world, virtually every aspect of a company's operation is vulnerable to disruption. Some risks could...
IDC Technology Spotlight: Orchestration simplifies and streamlines virtual and cloud data center management
Virtualization, cloud computing, and the consumerization of IT continue to drive fundamental shifts in data center management priorities. Many organizations are implementing multi...
A great digital experience is essential for success in today's digital marketplace. Not only is building, deploying, hosting, and scaling web applications complicated, but leaving ...
GitHub's growth is slowing, but it's still hugely valuable to enterprise IT vendors in need of developer love. But, who is the best suitor?
Imagine an environment where business decisions drive application choices and policy, with no regard for infrastructure, where best practices are implemented based solely on busine...
In 1986, Dr. Joanne Pransky dubbed herself "the world's first robot psychiatrist." TechRepublic talked to Pransky about how human-robot relationships have evolved, and will evolve in the future.
Vendor lock-in is a big issue when you're managing an application lifecycle across more than one cloud provider. An OASIS specification solves this problem.