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Q&A: AI, machine learning help UK public sector streamline services

Q&A: AI, machine learning help UK public sector streamline services

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Moving to the cloud can be beneficial for most agencies and industries, but it can also be challenging. Amazon Web Services Inc. is all too familiar with both the benefits and challenges associated with moving to a cloud-based platform. For the past 13 years, the company has been helping enterprises digitally transform via its on-demand cloud […]

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Q&A: Oxford University museums digitize collections for 24/7 virtual access

Q&A: Oxford University museums digitize collections for 24/7 virtual access

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With more than 8.5 million treasured objects in its care, the Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM) of the University of Oxford contain some of the world’s most significant collections, such as the Einstein blackboard, the Oxfordshire dinosaurs, and Egyptian mummies. With so many items in its care, GLAM can’t display them all. In fact, it only has floor […]

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How R&D culture impacts acquisitions and trend-spotting at VMware

It’s All-Stars season for VMware Inc. The virtualization company rounds out a week of recognition with RADIO, a one-day gathering to honor VMware’s elite engineers. The annual research and development event follows close behind VMware’s Sales Club ceremonies. For Chief Executive Officer Pat Gelsinger (pictured), the back-to-back events are characteristic of VMware’s culture and worthy […]

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Traditional IT services are ‘dead’; next-gen cloud services in sight, says Rackspace VP

Traditional IT services are ‘dead’; next-gen cloud services in sight, says Rackspace VP

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The first shift toward public cloud services has made a rich yet extremely complicated digital disruption in the technological industry, and traditional IT services are dead — at least that’s the view of Prashanth Chandrasekar (pictured), senior vice president and general manager of Rackspace Inc, which claims to have the industry’s broadest portfolio of applications, data, security […]

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Q&A: Say no to IT silos and yes to multicloud integrations

Q&A: Say no to IT silos and yes to multicloud integrations

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Companies often shell out a lot of money to run workloads and applications on various cloud platforms, but achieving a true multicloud infrastructure requires more than financial investments. Also needed is strategic planning based on an organization’s unique challenges and opportunities. Moving away from silos and toward integrations through application programming interfaces is a step […]

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Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows

Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows

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Worldwide, companies are no longer taking “no” for an answer when it comes to developing quick, innovative technology for the digital transformation — and the best technology companies are helping them get there by teaming up with public cloud solutions such as Amazon Web Services for a centralized portfolio of microservices to support containers, application integration […]

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Can one managed-services package cure many hybrid IT headaches?

Can one managed-services package cure many hybrid IT headaches?

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When a company has a love/hate relationship with public cloud computing, things can get quite complicated. Having applications on-premises and in the cloud gives them a wide spread of information technology to reign in and manage. And having personnel purchase cloud products on their own can lead to runaway spending. Is there anywhere they can […]

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Q&A: The ChRIS Project takes imaging analysis to the bedside, courtesy of the cloud

Q&A: The ChRIS Project takes imaging analysis to the bedside, courtesy of the cloud

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When a regulated industry looks to public cloud computing, the number of deal breakers can run high. For the ChRIS Project (Research Integration Service), the challenges are many to create an open-source platform that maintains patient scans for medical practitioners to access, compare and analyze images quickly and remotely. This type of project requires a […]

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Q&A: OpenShift infiltrates enterprise as telcos seek to ease container deployments

Q&A: OpenShift infiltrates enterprise as telcos seek to ease container deployments

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Hybrid and multicloud technologies are here to stay, and already companies are working tirelessly to make sure their operations fit within this modern computing architecture. Both forms of cloud mashups are designed to give companies more control over containers’ virtualized methods for software deployments in today’s application-first world. Helping to automate away the complexities of hybrid […]

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Lenovo innovates with infrastructure as a service for on-prem data solutions

Lenovo innovates with infrastructure as a service for on-prem data solutions

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No longer do companies want to be managing their infrastructure; they just want to focus on their applications. This has pushed them to  consider public cloud options even more. And while most information technology services are all about the application layer, Lenovo Group Ltd. has been building an infrastructure as a service solution called Lenovo TruScale […]

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