Tech Whitepapers

The business-level value of Dell EMC PowerMax

It is now apparent that three specific technology advancements—non-volatile memory express (NVMe), NVMe over fabrics (NVMe-oF), and storage-class memory (SCM)—are transformative and will end up guiding the future of high-end data storage. Each of those technologies reduce I/O latency significantly. However, organizations working to transform their data centers shouldn’t regard performance as the only end

GUIDE TO RETHINKING YOUR IT SECURITY

Responding to the Security Challenge of a Changing IT Landscape Watching the rise of businesses that were born digital—think Uber and Airbnb— we see how technology serves as a competitive differentiator for these enterprises. Uber, for example, became the world’s largest taxi service without owning any cars; and Airbnb has emerged as the world’s largest

HPE Flexible Capacity: The Path to Hybrid IT

Today, IT leaders wrestle with a constant mismatch between IT capacity and capital expenditures. In simple terms, the capacity you need and the capacity you have are never quite in synch. You either have too little capacity, which threatens your ability to respond to new business opportunities, or too much capacity, which ties up valuable

THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY

AT the start of 2017 Creative Blog surveyed the opinions of 147 creatives, working across a number of design disciplines, in a diverse range of roles — from the likes of creative directors, right up to CEOs. We wanted to gain an insight into the challenges that designers face from a tech perspective and provide

Neo4j Digital Transformation in a Connected World

“Big data” grows bigger every year, but today’s enterprise leaders don’t only need to manage larger volumes of data, but they critically need to generate insight from their existing data. Sohow should IT Managers and Decision Makers generate those insights? Businesses need to stop merely collecting data points, and start connecting them. In other words,

The Drivers and Benefits of Edge Computing

Internet use is trending towards bandwidth-intensive content and an increasing number of attached “things”. At the same time, mobile telecom networks and data networks are converging into a cloud computing architecture. To support needs today and tomorrow, computing power and storage is being inserted out on the network edge in order to lower data transport