Yesterday’s Open Compute Summit in New York featured a who’s who of data center operations and design, including Amazon Web Services guru James Hamilton and Sun Microsystems co-founder Andreas von Bechtolsheim. While Facebook initiated the project, the Open Compute Foundation’s board is garnering unprecedented support from major players ranging from Rackspace to Goldman Sachs. It’s a great sign that IT companies do not view the energy optimization of data centers as an area where their businesses should be competing with each other. Rather, with concerns about the growing energy demands of IT, they’re cooperatively working to reduce their energy footprint. It’s a good, proactive step to ensure that in 20 years, we don’t look at IT as a drain on our energy supply but instead as a source of energy efficiency and innovation.
VP of Research Jon Collins speaks with the brilliant Saahil Panikar about digital transformation in the COVID climate, and how to apply…Read More
The fundamental underpinning of an organization is its transactions. It must do them well, with integrity and performance. Not only has transaction…Read More
The business world is in a constant state of change. It’s moving faster than ever with more elaborate legal and compliance requirements…Read More
The world has changed. Almost overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of workers worldwide out of their offices and into their dining…Read More
This report examines the current state of digital governance, risk, and compliance within enterprise companies—an area that has recently seen dramatic shifts…Read More
GigaOm analyst Stowe Boyd joins us to discuss his new report on the Key Criteria for Evaluating Collaborative Whiteboards. GigaOm analyst Stowe…Read More