IP EXPO Europe 2014
Brocade has revealed a new piece of research which suggests that tight IT budgets will mean companies are looking for more efficient ways to run their technological infrastructure.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee has slammed Internet companies who propose so-called "Internet slow lanes" in order to extract more money from their customers. He made the remarks at IP EXPO Europe in London.
IP EXPO Europe, a two-day conference showcasing the most important developments in the world of enterprise IT, is upon us once more and this year's edition looks like it's going to be a scorcher.
Many more people now realise that public, and in some cases even private clouds don't afford all the sort of security measures that you may think would be applied automatically.
Whilst companies are aware of the cloud's benefits – speed of deployment, scalability, capital expenditure savings, flexibility – plenty of scepticism still remains.
A new survey has indicated that the vast majority of companies aren’t making best use of their data, and indeed a quarter of firms have no data strategy whatsoever.
As well as infrastructure issues, there are also problems surrounding the recruitment of sufficiently skilled staff members.
In industries with some of the biggest data storage challenges many companies don’t refer to their data as ‘data’ anymore. Here are some tips for companies looking to enhance their storage.
People have become increasingly aware of data centres over the last few years, while public awareness of environmental issues has also increased, but how energy efficient is a green data centre?
In the build-up to Sir Tim Berners-Lee's keynote at IP EXPO 2014, leading IT experts gathered to slug it out over where the web might be in 2050.