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Storage for Containers Explained

Storage for containers refers to a storage infrastructure built for containerisation platforms to improve container utilisation and management. Containers are now used extensively as more and more organisations are modernising...

New Expectations Forcing Change as Retail Stores Reopen

Authored by: Ajit Melarkode, Vice President Asia-Pacific and Japan at Boomi Connected consumers across the Asia Pacific region have begun to expect a highly personalised, seamless shopping experience as e-commerce expands....

Private Cloud Storage Explained

Private cloud storage is an approach in cloud storage wherein a dedicated cloud infrastructure is assigned to only one organisation, which can be located inside the company’s own premises or data centre or hosted by a...

Utilising Data in the Fight Against COVID-19

Authored by: Geoff Soon, Managing Director, South Asia, Snowflake Thousands of organisations – governments, healthcare providers, and businesses – are all asking the same questions as the spread of the virus...

Hybrid Cloud Storage Explained

Hybrid cloud storage is a combination of on-site storage infrastructure as well as private and public cloud storage. This hybrid arrangement allows organisations to enhance their data storage capabilities in different ways and...

Disaster Recovery is for the Business, Not Just IT

Authored by: Rachel Ler, Vice President, APJ, Commvault   A key part of any business continuity plan is disaster recovery. Many business operations in Asia are located in geographies that are prone to natural...

Bridging the Expectations vs Reality Divide for DevOps in Hybrid Cloud

Authored by: Azrin Abd Shukor, Country Manager, NetApp Malaysia & Brunei They say every cloud has a silver lining and looking at the cloud most familiar to us at NetApp, we could not agree more. Many enterprise leaders...

The Rise of the Network Edge and What it Means for Telecommunications

Authored by: Azhar Sayeed, Chief Technologist of Cloud and Virtualization, Red Hat 5G, Software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualisation (NFV),  IoT and Edge computing. Much has been said about...

Dark Data Explained

Dark data is the term referring to all the assets and data an organisation has collected and stored but fails to use for business purposes. Unlike the dark web, there is nothing illegal or threatening in dark data, you can think...

9 Signs that Market Forces are Affecting your IT Roadmap

Authored by: Pat Phelan, VP Market Research, Rimini Street, Inc. Most CIOs believe they are in control of their IT roadmaps, yet external dynamics are creating pressure to change course. No longer can enterprise roadmaps be...