Articles Tagged "cloud computing"
It's Time to Bring the Digital Workplace to the Edge
Edge computing can help businesses with enhanced privacy, security, scalability and resiliency. A glimpse of how it can fit in your workplace.
Public Cloud Security Questions Your Workplace Is Probably Ignoring
Building public or multi-cloud environments might facilitate IT management in a hybrid workplace, but it doesn’t necessarily make it safe from a cyberattack.
Data Migration Problems in the Digital Workplace
Migrating from legacy systems to the cloud comes with serious considerations. But the quality, security and portability of your data should be priority.
What You Need to Build a Cloud Strategy for the Digital Workplace
Whether building a new cloud environment or modernizing an existing one, there are a number of considerations to account for changing work models.
Miro Expands Whiteboard Capabilities, NVIDIA and Microsoft Team on AI Supercomputer, More News
Miro's digital whiteboard evolves, NVIDIA and Microsoft partner for AI modeling supercomputer. News from Box, Zoom, Mimecast and Verint round out the week.
Hybrid Working Sticking Points, ServiceNow's New Office Planning Solution, More News
WorkBuzz research finds hybrid work downsides, Microsoft Teams performance gets a boost and news from ServiceNow, Synergy and Alation round out the week.
Microsoft Ignite 2022: Teams Premium on the Way, Places in Preview and More
Microsoft Ignite aimed to "deliver on the digital imperative for every organization." A look at some of the updates designed to do just that.
How Hybrid Cloud Is Enabling the Digital Workplace
Hybrid cloud computing is enabling the post-pandemic digital workplace. Here's how.
OpenText's $6B Micro Focus Buy, VMWare Deepens Microsoft Partnership, More News
OpenText buys Micro Focus while VMWare deepens its partnership for cloud computing with Microsoft. There is also news from Meta, HP and Hyland.
IT Investment Remains Resilient Despite Economic Pressures
The next three years will see huge transformational change in businesses, but we can expect IT spending to be carefully scrutinized.