The rise of Kubernetes and the growing challenge around data protection
If you're going to embrace containers, you must also get your arms around the issue of data protection, says Florian Malecki, international product marketing senior director at Loophold.
Arcserve, StorageCraft sign definitive agreement to merge
Combining capabilities will create a comprehensive product suite that addresses the vast majority of use cases and business continuity challenges, the companies say.
SURVEY: SA lags in cloud adoption
Compared to EMEA, SA businesses have a relatively low uptake of cloud-based services.
IBM's Peters calls for responsible computing in his #ITWebCloud2021 keynote
Responsible computing is no longer a self-imposed luxury, says IBM's Marc Peters.
Cloud itself won't simplify IT operations
Cloud is inherently building more complexity into IT operations, says VMWare's Dave Funnell, speaking ahead of #ITWebCloud2021.
Cloud, data, DevOps need to work together
iOCO will be hosting a panel discussion about cloud adoption trends at #ITWebCloud 2021 on Wednesday.
Uncovering the best of IOT at #ITWebCloud2021
The tech industry must leave a legacy that transcends profit and market-cap, says Ian Lester, speaking ahead of #ITWebCloud2021.
Pure extends market leadership with Purity software
The new Purity software versions delivered through the Evergreen program enable customers to adopt advanced features immediately, without disruption.
Consider SAP Data Archiving before SAP S/4 HANA migration
SAP Data Archiving is an effective strategy in managing ongoing data growth, increasing security, improving compliance and controlling costs.
The value of data warehouse automation to the modern business
With data warehouse automation, enterprises will find that optimisation, efficiency and reuse become the new status quo within the data warehouse.
SA’s thriving data centre industry leads to widening skills gap
The growing local data centre industry fuels demand for cloud skills, resulting in increasing desperation to fill the widening skills gap, say analysts.