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Delivering value faster will be essential in the post-COVID world
Those who are best equipped to operate on a lean budget and those with the best tools will gain market share. Those who do not have their technology in order will be left fighting for crumbs, writes OutSystems vice president for APAC Mark Weaser.
Google Cloud Anthos generally available on AWS
Since Anthos launched in preview two years ago, Lin says the company has been developing new capabilities to help organisations develop, deploy, and manage applications quickly and flexibly.
FusionLayer introduces cloud-native blueprint for DDI solutions
The new architecture takes a cloud-native based blueprint and pairs it with a structured migration plan, so enterprises can mitigate against business continuity threats as they move away from legacy systems.
Silver Peak partnership acquires Cleveland and Cincinnati data centers
The acquisition will introduce financial grade, turn-key, Tier III data centers to the local markets, which historically have not been available for lease.
Legacy applications a ‘healthcare cybersecurity nightmare’
A new whitepaper launched today that sought to bring light to just how dire the cybersecurity situation with hospitals really is.
Addressing legacy gridlock key to maximising AI
We all know that the value of data analytics is huge, but only if you can get to it - overcoming the barriers that legacy systems present.
UK spending more on cloud than data centres - but is it money well spent?
New research has revealed over the last three years UK businesses have spent more on cloud than on data centres, but Claranet says many aren't ready.
Unlocking legacy assets with an internal digital platform
Organisations must shift their thinking from integrating multiple systems across the business, to building a platform.
2018 forecast to be the year of hardware and mainframe modernisation
This expert says the advance of AI, machine learning and the IoT in 2018 will expose the importance of modernising legacy hardware and mainframes.