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Raised floors were once a standard feature of data centers, but over time a steadily growing fraction of data centers are built on hard floors. Many of the traditional reasons for ...
MBaaS isn't just for mobile app infrastructure anymore, in the future, it may also manage IoT apps and devices as well.
Immelt: GE will use 100-year legacy to bridge physical and digital, create $15 billion software company
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt spoke at the Gartner Symposium about how GE will harness its knowledge to marry the physical and the digital and stay relevant for another century.
A Gartner survey on Hadoop is encouraging, says Andrew Brust, given that it's not fully in the hands of enterprise users. Here's what he thinks can change that.
Conflicted much, Apple? Safari, iAd, and how Apple's expanding mission are driving conflicting priorities
Apple wants to do what's right for customers, but an expanding vision is leading to conflicts. Matt Asay explains.
Self/less, which opens today, deliberately focuses less on tech and more on the age-old drive for eternal youth.
Apple's next OS X release, El Capitan, is due in the fall. The new release packs several features business users will appreciate, including Pinned Sites, Mail improvements, and not...
While virtual reality headsets are poised for consumer adoption in the months ahead, here's what the industry is doing to build content to show off the value of VR and keep people ...
If you're looking to for a serious introduction to virtual reality, but with a relatively low barrier to entry, the Samsung Gear VR is a good bet.
Spark is booming, but still too hard for mainstream users. The cloud plus visualization could help.