In 2017, iPad Pros suddenly started appearing around the table at Tech Field Day events, supplanting the usual sea of laptops. With the release of new iPad Pro in 2018, will that trend continue, or will the versatility tradeoff eventually become too much for delegates?
If you’ve heard about Cisco Tetration but haven’t really dug into the details, you should check out Katherine McNamara excellent introduction to Cisco’s workload discovery, protection, and security solution. Once you get through that, be sure to checkout the rest of her series on Tetration: Introduction to Tetration Application Mapping Host Profile Katherine McNamara comments: […]
This is post 40 of 40 in the series “IT Origins” Becky Elliott is a Senior Systems Administrator and a member of the NetApp A-Team. You can follow Becky on her blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn. What’s your IT origin story? How long have you been in the field? I’ve been in IT for about 20 […]
The Gestalt IT Rundown discusses the IT news of the week, each and every Wednesday. This week, Ken Nalbone and Tom Hollingsworth will further discuss the fallout of the IBM – Red Hat acquisition, Microsoft’s GitHub, enterprise drone, Xilinx on Azure, and more!
Apple released a new Mac Mini, the first refresh since 2014. But they didn’t just pack in newer chips. By adding a slew of Thunderbolt 3 ports, the Mac Mini offers something new: Modularity.
You’ve got to hand it to Bloomberg. You’d think they might back off of anonymously-sourced stories involving server chips. But no, the publication is diving right in with a new report on the FPGA’s used on Microsoft’s Azure servers.
Big news broke over the weekend: IBM is buying Red Hat for $34 billion. What will this mean for the open-source stalwart and the larger hybrid cloud market? Stephen Foskett, Tom Hollingsworth, Ken Nalbone, and Richard Stroffolino discuss.
HipChat and Stride were already victims to the Atlassian chopping block. Now the company has announced the sale of their Jitsi videoconferencing tool to 8×8. The result is a leaner and more focused company.
HPE CEO Antonio Neri sees edge computing and intelligence as the keys to the company’s growth going forward.
Red Hat and Nvidia are officially partnering to bring better GPU training for AI applications on OpenShift.