Tag: Infrastructure

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Getting infrastructure right for generative AI

June 3, 2024

Via: CIO

Ensuring a cost-effective approach for delivering the massive storage, bandwidth, and computing resources necessary for genAI is no easy task. Here’s how innovative IT leaders are coping. Facts, it has been said, are stubborn things. For generative AI, a stubborn […]

BI Security

Why passkeys will replace passwords

February 29, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

With the growth of sophisticated attacks against critical software and infrastructure systems, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has emerged as a critical layer of defense against unauthorized access. An increasing number of enterprise and developer-facing technology applications and platforms, from GitHub to […]

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Your biggest barriers to digital transformation aren’t technical…they’re cultural

November 2, 2023

Via: CIO

As an infrastructure and security practitioner with nearly 30 years of experience, I’ve witnessed periods of rapid change in the technology landscape. However, I have seen a lot of things stay practically the same. Historically, our jobs as infrastructure and […]

BI Users, IT Team

Get Agile: Is your IT Infrastructure Ready?

September 25, 2020

Via: CIO

Data is the currency of business innovation, but — according to an April 2019 Forbes Insights report — only 12% of organizations have a comprehensive, enterprise-wide data strategy or have started executing one. Without a comprehensive strategy, innovation can be […]

BI Users, Business Users

It’s Time to Evolve Our Conceptions of HCI

June 25, 2020

Via: CIO

In recent years, the popularity of hyperconverged infrastructure, or HCI, has grown at an exponential rate. Customers have loved the simplicity of deployment, the ease of management, and the readily available, uniform scale. Traditional HCI made Day 0 and Day […]

Software & Systems

Cloud Adoption Doesn’t Eliminate On-Premises Infrastructure

April 30, 2019

Via: CIO

It wasn’t that long ago that industry experts were quick to declare on-premises computing a thing of the past. It seemed like everyone was moving toward the public cloud, and pundits were calling on-premises computing dead and buried. Fast forward […]