Today’s episode considers if people want cloud, or what the cloud actually does. In this case, we’re looking at if a focus on providing services will eventually make the cloud irrelevant, since people don’t really care about it. Or have the cloud providers created sufficient value-add services to solve business problems that make the cloud itself relevant, not just API-driven functions.
Are you getting into business travel? Confused about how to get the most from your experience? Trying to reduce the suck? Sit down, Grasshopper, and learn from Sensei Stephen Foskett as he teaches you how to get your white belt in business travel.
Brian Gleason is coming to Tech Field Day Exclusive, so let’s get to know them!
Keith Townsend is coming to Intel Data Centric , so let’s get to know them!
Denny Cherry is coming to Tech Field Day Exclusive at Intel Data-Centric Innovation Day, so let’s get to know them!
The industry is holding its breath. Will 2019 be the year that Intel and the software ecosystem release a compelling storage-class memory stack?
Declaring the Death of Windows is always a great way to drum up some clicks. But today, the roundtable discusses whether Windows is just kind of beside the point for a modern Microsoft. The debate whether this means the end of Windows, the end of the beginning of the end of Windows, or just that Windows’ role in Microsoft will fundamentally change.
Today on the Rundown, Stephen Foskett and Tom Hollingsworth discussed the big acquisition news of the week, with Mellanox Technologies and NGINX both getting bought. Plus the death of the Cookie Wall, a big breach at Citrix, and more!
The monolithic storage array used to be the standard of storage, but it’s time has come and gone… or has it? The roundtable discusses what specifically we mean when we talk about storage arrays, why they are increasingly irrelevant, and if their decline is permanent, or a temporary reaction to recent IT trends.
Get caught up on the IT news of the week with the Gestalt IT Rundown. Stephen Foskett and Ken Nalbone discuss calls from Cisco for GDPR-like privacy regulation in the US, what new Intel CEO Bob Swan means for the company’s future, Slack’s first steps toward going public, and more.