Intel and Micron said they're shipping the world's first QLC (Quad-Level Cell) NAND dies to customers, which will enable higher-capacity SSD drives.
Google has fleshed out its plans to upend the way browsers warn users of insecure websites, spelling out gradual steps the company will take with Chrome.
When a small business client of managed services provider Ignite had all its files hit by a massive cryptolocker infection, things could have gone a lot worse.
Engineers and IT specialists are perfectly comfortable with servers, BYOD, bits and bytes, bandwidth, RAID, DLP, networks, APIs, firewalls, UPS, middleware, and infrastructure. Over the next few years, though, they’ll need to move past this familiar territory and shift their focus to creativity. That’s because creativity is the hottest buzzword for the future of IT.
The first iteration of Microsoft’s digital whiteboard is now in use at 5,000 businesses, but questions remain about customer demand long term.
The top IT initiatives of enterprise network managers are cloud and software-defined data centers, overcoming server virtualization’s dominance for the past 10 years, according to Enterprise Management Associates.
AMD has taken massive strides into both the commercial and consumer hardware market over the past year. Its three new lines of microprocessors, Ryzen, EPYC, and Radeon Vega have made some impressive headway against the industry giant of Intel, providing some badly needed competition against its 8th generation Coffee Lake chips.
Just like the physical world, prevention is better than cure and in the case of the cyber world, having the proper defence in place goes a long way in securing an enterprise network.
Most attacks on an organization can be traced back to devices connected to enterprise networks, which is basically an endpoint. And hence, that is why it is extremely important for an enterprise to ensure that their endpoints remain safe and secure.