Why does Nvidia want to buy Arm? Why is public cloud revenue growth slowing down? How can Backblaze help overcome cloud egress fees? Why are we asking so many questions? Get the answers with Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth on the Gestalt IT Rundown.
Garmin goes dark for days due to a ransomware outage, Intel’s 7nm delay forces a major reorganization, New Zealand tries to make algorithms accountable, and Cloudflare launches a serverless offering. Rich Stroffolino and guest co-host Max Mortillaro discuss all these and more on the Gestalt IT Rundown!
The EU Court of Justice invalidates the EU-US Privacy Shield framework, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss the implications for SMBs. Plus Dell confirms its investigating a spinoff for VMware, and Windows 10X gets a lot more boring. All this and the rest of the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown!
HPE bought Silver Peak, Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth break down what the company will do with the SD-WAN stalwart. Then they discuss the latest GCP announcements from Cloud Next 20. Plus Nvidia’s big week versus Intel, Huawei striking out in the UK, Zoom launching hardware, and a major acquisition in the component market.
VMware gets some interesting DR assets with Datrium, Alphabet’s Loom starts internet balloon service in Kenya, most passwords are bad, and Dfinity opens up its decentralized serverless service to developers.
Amazon launches the Aeronautics and Satellite Solutions to go to space, Salesforce tries to remove gender bias from AI, and Microsoft launches initiatives to upskill the economy. All this and more IT news of the week with Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth on the Gestalt IT Rundown.
Dell is reportedly investigating a VMware spinoff, a bill in the US Senate would require tech companies to help break encryption, Intel launched Gen 2 Optane DIMMs, and AWS mitigates the largest DDoS. Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth break it all down on this week’s Gestalt IT Rundown.
Cisco announces that its SecureX platforms becomes generally available on June 30th, GitHub will change repository names from “master” to “main”, and Intel integrates CET into Tiger Lake CPUs. All this and the rest of the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, streaming live at 12:30pm ET every Wednesday.
NetApp buys Spot.io, VMware gets LastLine, IBM exits the facial recognition business, and Slack cozies up to AWS. Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss all this and more of the IT news of the week on the Gestalt IT Rundown.
This week we’re doing a headlines only version of the Gestalt IT Rundown. Cisco announced it is postponing Cisco Live, ThousandEyes and Edgewise Networks are acquires, OpenAI details a new learning model, and Zoom will provide end-to-end encryption to only paid users.