INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Don’t be the fool in the cloud

By |October 18th, 2017|Categories: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||0 Comments

When I hear people worrying about cloud security, they’re usually shaking in their boots about some obscure bug beyond their control. Ha! Ordinary, stupid human mistakes are more than bad enough.For example, Accenture left hundreds of gigabytes of private user and corporate data on four unsecured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 cloud servers. The […]

IDG Contributor Network: AppDirect scores ‘major milestone’ partnership with Canadian telco

By |September 8th, 2016|Categories: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||0 Comments

A decade or so ago I was involved in a consulting project with a large telco that wanted to “smart the dumb pipes” and add extra services to its regular phone and tolls packages.
The theory went, back then, that since regular tolls and phone line services were being disrupted by Voice over IP (VoIP) […]

Azure Roundup: New high-performance compute instances and more

By |September 6th, 2016|Categories: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||0 Comments

August was a slow month for tech news, but Microsoft continued to update its Azure cloud platform with a variety of new features, including a new type of instance for high-performance computing. Here’s the breakdown of all the features you need to know about:A new instance type powered by Nvidia Tesla GPUs

Microsoft announced the […]

Google’s awful Inbox By Gmail gets slightly less awful, with this feature

By |March 16th, 2016|Categories: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||0 Comments

Google’s Inbox by Gmail gets the Smart Reply feature on the Web version, finally. But that’s not enough to get your humble blogwatcher to want to use this badly-thought-out excuse for a science experiment.Hopefully, Inbox will be on the next list of failed projects that Google decides to sunset. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers keep […]

More SaaS News

By |September 10th, 2014|Categories: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY||0 Comments

View more SaaS news and analysis from Computerworld.com …read more