Data Management
5:20

HPE reveals secrets behind supercomputer's space success

For over a year, the Spaceborne Computer operated nearly flawlessly in the International Space Station's harsh conditions.

2:20
Yesterday

Redstor introduces new chairman

Mark Howling will oversee Redstor's ambitious expansion plans as it aims to treble revenue by 2020.

7:10
Yesterday

Battling information complexity in life sciences

Enterprise information management solutions tailored to keep data compliant with industry best practice and government regulations are powering better ways of collaborating, says Lenore Kerrigan, country sales director at OpenText.

0:30
Yesterday

White paper: The Juniper Networks Mobile Cloud Architecture

Laying the foundation for a next-generation secure, distributed, telco cloud.

3:10
Tuesday

It's up to you to protect your data, not the CISO

Gartner says the owners of data are also accountable for its security.

4:50

Gartner asks CIOs to look beyond digital transformation

The research firm introduces its "Continuous Next" philosophy, advising CIOs to develop frameworks to help companies win in a constantly changing world.

4:50
Monday

Channel to feel the heat after MS Azure price hike

Analysts believe the local channel will feel margin pressure as Microsoft sharply increases Azure pricing.

2:30

Being intelligent about business data

ITWeb's next annual BI & Analytics Summit will be held from 12 to 14 March 2019, at The Forum in Bryanston.

4:20

Four misconceptions about cloud security

Trust in the cloud has improved and many security concerns have been addressed by security vendors and cloud providers, says Christo van Staden, regional manager: sub-Saharan Africa at Forcepoint.

3:30
Friday

Data security shouldn't be an afterthought

Avoid hefty financial penalties with CyberTech's free crypto assessment.

1:00

Dropbox partners with CloudSmiths

Dropbox Business allows organisations to increase visibility and control over all of their data, says CloudSmiths.

1:50

Will digital help us do less or be more?

For the first time in history, the risks and disruptive potential of technology might be outrunning the industry's ability to manage them, says EY and Mint Management Technologies.