We talk to Don Foster, Senior Director of Product Management at CommVault on the value of data and how businesses can make best use of it.
Tag: Cloud Computing
Singapore might be a small island country in Southeast Asia, but it has recently had big wins with its e-government programs. Its recipe for success? Creating services based on the actual needs of the citizens, rather than the needs it assumes they have, said Singapore Chief Information Officer Chan Cheow ...
The verdict on cloud vendors has come in from a new research study by Forrester: must do better in assuaging compliance fears, building support issues, and making customers feel wanted.
One of the many challenges startups face when their platform takes off, is the ability to scale their functions quickly enough to accommodate a rapidly growing number of clients.
Whether you store data in the public cloud and action it locally, or send workloads to other environments from your own on-premises or legacy systems, there's one potential weak link in cloud computing of any kind: Transport.
Cloud has played a big role in sustaining new entrants to the IT world since it is extremely supportive to startups, offering very high levels of scalability. Therefore, it is no surprise that we are seeing the advent of several ‘born in the cloud’ firms, purely dedicated to cloud services.
With technology pressing the financial sector to change its systems and processes, banks and insurance companies are being urged to embrace the digital wave.
In a move to better handle the immense growth in data traffic, local telco StarHub will upgrade its core and access networks using what is known as software-defined networking (SDN) technology.