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Avere Systems, already a Microsoft partner, may help Azure's reach into the burgeoning market for cloud-based HPC solutions.
New Thunderbolt external and mobile drives, dock and display adapters will be introduced at CES next month.
Virtual appliance secures and protects data by providing organizations with the ability to define, detect and defend their most valuable information.
The new Azure Archive Blob Storage option allows businesses to store their infrequently accessed data on Microsoft's cloud for less than a penny per gigabyte per month.
Experts believe we might see things like machine-learning-assisted storage and de-archiving becoming commonplace during the coming calendar year.
A new threat may emerge in 2018: The disruption of things. As the IoT offers access to both disruptive possibilities and massive amounts of critical data, we will see attacks in this area, and may also see the integration of a new man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack.
Next-generation digital frame displays and shares photos and videos for viewing with family and friends all over the world.
German company gets help for data ingestion, cleansing and preparation to allow its data science team to more efficiently spend its time on generating insights and analytics rather than formatting tables.
Cloud-native storage on-premises and across public clouds enables freedom of mobility and scale for new and classic data-centric applications.
Blockchain is here and now, and it will continue to gain traction as it provides transparency to the supply chain–especially in complex supply chain industries, such as the automotive and retail industries.
eWEEK has collected some cogent observations from industry experts about how the cloud will evolve in 2018. Here are 12 of them.