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Learn how traditional and non-traditional machine-based data is being combined into new data center analytics.
Don't overlook opportunities to measure costs and intelligence that might be beneficial when setting the IT department's performance goals.
There is a thriving digital black market, more sophisticated than many businesses. Learn what happens to the information stored on a credit card that has been stolen.
How will the first generation of enterprise-ready ARM servers stack up against traditional datacentre boxes?
To feed the world's rapidly-expanding population in the coming decades, agriculture must produce more. Big data holds one of the keys for farmers, but it's also a weapon that could...
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.
Cloud computing didn't kill the mainframe. The disruptive technology did, however, cause the mainframe to evolve.
Combining Error Detection and Transactional Memory for Energy-efficient Computing below Safe Operation Margins
The power envelope has become a major issue for the design of computer systems. One way of reducing energy consumption is to downscale the voltage of microprocessors. However, this...
Churning through massive amounts of data in near real-time and identifying anomalies as they occur is the holy grail of IT security.
The increase in inhouse departments going their own way and buying on-demand software - shadow IT - makes it all the more important for tech to impose some order.