Bloor is exploding the standard business continuity model to create a new, more flexible, more responsive framework, “mutable business continuity.”
BMC has just acquired Compuware, which complements BMC’s mainframe management capabilities with Compuware’s mainframe DevOps capabilities.
Collibra postpones the Data Citizens ‘20 conference in the wake of recent protests and has pledged to donate $10,000 to the Equal Justice Initiative.
IBM have announced a new offering which provides an upgrade path for existing Netezza users who have not already migrated away from that platform.
The intention of Cisco to acquire Thousand Eyes could be seen as just another example of a consolidation in a fast growing but crowded market.
Graph database vendor Franz Inc. has released the latest versions of AllegroGraph, and graph visualisation and discovery engine, Gruff.
Is COVID-19 accelerating a shift from Shareholder to Stakeholder capitalism? We believe it is, and a different kind of stakeholder engagement is required.
David Norfolk reviews “The Chaos Factory” by Adam Wasserman, an excellent historical guide to how IT got the way it is today.
IBM is actively encouraging the movement of mission critical workloads onto suitable public clouds using what it calls Intelligent Workflows.
The ability to infiltrate networks and remain undetected is a key capability for attackers to gain access to systems, hence the need for threat hunting.