Tom Hollingsworth leads a discussion around how important sensors are for analytics and data. Is network monitoring enough? What about something in software? Or is the added expense of a dedicated out-of-band physical sensor the price you have to pay? The roundtable is pretty evenly split on the subject, and discusses where each approach works best.
Join us for the January 23, 2019 episode of the Gestalt IT Rundown! Tom flies solo today and discusses the impending end of Mobile Windows 10 , EU fines for Google’s crimes, the silver lining to illicit cryptomining, a cloud revenue stream for Veeam, and a warning expressed about insecure DNS.
On this episode of the Gestalt IT Rundown, Stephen Foskett and Tom Hollingsworth are talking about MAMR vs HAMR drives, what the glut of IoT devices announced at CES means for security, and IBM’s new quantum computer.
It’s the last Gestalt IT Rundown of 2018. Since it’s the end of the year, we wrangled Stephen Foskett, Richard Stroffolino, Tom Hollingsworth, and Ken Nalbone together to discuss what they thought were the biggest IT stories of 2018.
Get your IT news fix from Tom Hollingsworth and Ken Nalbone on the Gestalt IT Rundown. They breakdown the news from Microsoft Connect, Ken’s thoughts on this year’s re:Invent, and more cloudy goodness.
The Gestalt IT Rundown is getting back to work after the long holiday weekend. This week Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss the news from AWS re:Invent and the other top IT news.
Tom Hollingsworth and Jack Daniel discussed the biggest challenge in becoming a part of the security community today: agreeing to disagree. One of the negative aspects of social media and hyper connectivity is the new frame of mind that people have a position and will fight and shout for it without compromise. While that does have a time and place, it is not contributing to a healthy debate in the security community or other technology communities either.
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!
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.
The Gestalt IT Rundown is here to get you up to speed on the latest IT news. This week, Tom Hollingsworth and Ken Nalbone discuss Linus Torvalds returning to Linux, the latest in the Supermicro saga, Intel restructuring their manufacturing division, and why you can’t quit Oracle.