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Diversity · 2d ago

Upstream drives towards safer autonomous vehicles

An interesting thing has been occurring in the cyber security world in recent years. As technology generally embeds deeper into specific areas and gets applied to situations outside of the r...
Diversity · 2d ago

M-Files wants to unify the eye-wateringly complex world of file share and sync

The enterprise file share and sync (EFSS) space is an incredibly busy one with much angst of late. First, it was the news that Huddle, one of the early players in the space, was acquired in ...
Diversity · 3d ago

Putting data to good use. Datadog wants to predict IT problems

Datadog is an infrastructure and application monitoring vendor. What that means is that when something goes wrong in your increasingly complex IT environment, Datadog tells you its gone wron...
Diversity · 1w ago

Pivotal – The IPO candidate (and cloud-native platform) to watch?

While at the Cloud Foundry summit earlier this year I took the opportunity to sit down with James Watters, head of all things cloud at Pivotal, to talk about where the VMware spin-out is hea...
Diversity · 1w ago

AWS and pushing enterprise and industry verticals

While at Amazon Web Services’ re:Invent conference recently, I took the opportunity to speak with Chandan Sharma, AWS’ executive in charge of global enterprise and business vertical growth. ...
Diversity · 1W ago

OpenStack Foundation launches Kata, competition in the cloud foundation world?

Over the past few weeks, I’ve written a couple of articles (here and here) ruminating on OpenStack’s broadening ambitions and desires to move beyond infrastructure. I’ve suggested that the f...
Diversity · 1W ago

Kasten wants to reinvent data in a Kubernetes world. But what does that mean

Ever since Docker popularized the concept of containers, there has been all manner of organizations whose stated aims have been to reinvent a particular part of infrastructure for the new, c...
Diversity · 1W ago

WorkDocs thoughts: How focused is AWS on its own SaaS offerings?

There were literally hundreds of announcements at AWS’ recent re:Invent conference. But one area which was starkly void of news was in AWS SaaS offerings. By way of context, AWS is well-know...
Diversity · 2W ago

Twilio ups the contact center ante with a non-technology customer win

Communications platform vendor Twilio grew to prominence by powering the voice, video, SMS and other communication requirements of startups and other digitally-savvy companies. But Twilio, a...
Diversity · 2W ago

Powering re:Invent. CenturyLink and its impressive pipes

It’s always interesting to get a look behind the scenes at the extravaganzas that are big technology conferences. Amazon Web Services event happening this week in Las Vegas is a good example...