Teach Kids Coding? 11 Tips for Better IT Writing Greenpeace Nitpicks Data Center Companies Will Machines Displace Humans From the Workforce?

Teach Kids Coding?

Thanks in part to the widespread notion (unfounded or otherwise) of a STEM shortage, the movement to teach kids coding earlier in their education has ...

11 Tips for Better IT Writing

“Excellent written communication skills” is a staple of IT job ads (and many other industries), but few employers seem to insist on this particular point, ...

Greenpeace Nitpicks Data Center Companies

Like so many aspects of industry, energy consumption is an increasingly politicized part of doing business—particularly in the case of data center operation and other ...

Will Machines Displace Humans From the Workforce?

It’s a perennial worry: will machines (whether hardware or software) take all the jobs, leaving no work for human hands? As technology proves capable of ...

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Teach Kids Coding?

May 28th, 2015

Thanks in part to the widespread notion (unfounded or otherwise) of a STEM shortage, the movement to teach kids coding earlier in their education has grown. Proponents argue that coding is an important subject that also encourages development of “computational thinking” and other skills. Opponents believe the dismal state of education in other areas (e.g., math and basic literacy) should be the focus of improvement before diluting the curriculum with other subjects of dubious universal val[...]

NVMe Connected SSDs: Things to Consider

May 27th, 2015

The deployment of Non-Volatile Memory Express–connected solid-state drives (SSDs) is a topic increasingly on the minds of enterprise storage customers; I am asked about it frequently. It is often convolved with the belief that the transition to the Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) interface on SSDs will eliminate the considerable performance advantages that purpose-built flash storage platforms enjoy. Although at first glance this might appear to be the case, there are a number of significant factors t[...]

Software-Defined Networking Shakes Up Converged IT

May 26th, 2015

The rise of technology trends such as big data and BYOD (bring your own device) are causing a seismic shift in the way data centers are managed today owing to the massive amounts of data they drive. To handle this increasing amount of data, IT managers are turning to software-defined networking (SDN), a new approach to designing, building and managing virtualized networks that separates the network’s control from the physical hardware. SDN is viewed as a[...]

11 Tips for Better IT Writing

May 21st, 2015

“Excellent written communication skills” is a staple of IT job ads (and many other industries), but few employers seem to insist on this particular point, judging from the average written work. According to the Houston Chronicle, “When employers specify that excellent written communication skills are an essential qualification, they are looking for candidates who can demonstrate their ability to write clearly, succinctly and in a manner that appeals to a wide audience.” Often, just a few cha[...]

The Evolving Endpoint-Management Paradigm

May 20th, 2015

As devices become “smarter” and the number and variety of endpoints (such as mobile devices, laptops, ATMs and so on) increases, IT is facing a substantial undertaking: the task of incorporating these devices into their fold and providing life-cycle management. Over the past several years, companies have been running pilots with various enterprise mobility-management (EMM) solutions in search of the right fit to meet their growing mobility needs. The problem that IT now faces is that the[...]


Simplifying Infrastructures: Rules for Success in the Data Center

May 1st, 2015

    As the data center market continues to grow, the trend to improve efficiency, increase reliability, decrease the footprint for critical infrastructure, and reduce capital costs continues to be a focus for data center engineers. In years past, many of these goals were compromised to achieve others. As reliability increased, so..more...

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Index Engines Launches 5 TB Free Product to Combat Unstructured Data Glut

May 27th, 2015

Index Engines has announced its new Catalyst Express, a no-cost software that provides full content and metadata indexing of up to 5TB of storage containing unstructured user data. This software-only download..more...

EIA Launches Redesigned International Energy Portal

May 20th, 2015

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has launched a redesigned International Energy Portal to improve  access to international energy data and trends in global energy markets. You can view the ..more...

Veeam Successfully Challenges Symantec’s Patent Claims at USPTO

May 14th, 2015

Veeam Software, the innovative provider of solutions that deliver Availability for the Modern Data Center, today announced that the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) Patent Trial and Appeal Board..more...

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