While web companies are building massive-scale data warehouses on top of Hadoop and analyzing data in every manner under the sun, Lockheed Martin is trying to help its government systems embrace a new world without breaking their mainframes.
Big Blue has apparently caught identity and access management fever, and is buying its second IAM specialist in three weeks.
The week in cloud: Government agencies are moving to cloud under the federal cloud-first initiative, but the pace is slooooow. So what else is new?
D-Wave Systems just got more validation for the machines it bills as quantum computers, with researchers saying one processor’s operations are consistent with quantum annealing.
Defense contractor Lockheed Martin is using a quantum computer to develop new radar and aircraft systems, the New York Times reports. The use cases show commercial adoption is getting closer.
This week, the Open Data Center Alliance released its first deliverables to the world, with the aim to make it easier to compare and contrast commercial solutions and increase technical interoperability between clouds. But to reach new standards, the alliance must overcome significant challenges.
One of the issues with many of the popular enterprise social networking apps is the loss of control. Commercially-sensitive information being being stored on someone else’s servers tends to make corporate IT nervous. How about a self-hosted, open-source solution instead?
Lockheed Martin Corp. (s LMT) and Ocean Power Technologies (s OPTT) plan to develop a utility-scale wave power project off the coast…