19 Jun HPE Goes Big With New Gen10 Servers

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HPE Gen10 Family Last week, I attended HPE Discover in Las Vegas and I wrote a pretty lengthy column recapping the main keynote and themes of the show (which you can read here), but today I wanted to go ahead and recap the Gen10 Breakout Session which gave the best overview of the launch. I […]

12 Jun HPE Discover 2017: Raising Customer Confidence In A Turbulent Time

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HPE CEO Meg Whitman opens up Discover 2017 in Las Vegas This past week I attended Hewlett Packard Enterprise ‘s Discover 2017 in Las Vegas with fellow Moor Insights & Strategy analysts Mike Krell (IIoT) and Rhett Dillingham(cloud software/services).  Discover is HPE’s premier, semi-annual conference and the company’s opportunity to set its narrative, announce new […]

06 Jun HPE Discover 2017 Analyst Coverage

Moor Insights & Strategy analyst have been busy diving deep into a few areas of HPE’s strategies and new offerings, including hybrid IT, security, composable infrastructure, and IoT. You can find these below. 1/ Forbes: HPE Raises The Infrastructure Security Bar With New Gen 10 Platform (June 5, 2017) The advent of IoT, hybrid IT, and […]

05 Jun RESEARCH PAPER: Hybrid IT Helps Businesses Navigate Through Digital Transformation

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In this era of digital disruption, businesses must be more agile to capture opportunities. Many viewed cloud computing technology as the way to do this, promising to address agility, scalability, and cost. But in moving to the cloud, many found that its security, compliance, and performance did not fully meet their needs. Additionally, previous common […]

05 Jun RESEARCH PAPER: HPE Locks Down Server Security

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Security is a looming issue for businesses. The threat landscape is increasing, and attacks are becoming more sophisticated. Emerging technologies like IoT, mobility, and hybrid IT environments now open new business opportunity, but they also introduce new risk. Protecting servers at the software level is no longer enough. Businesses need to reach down into the […]

05 Jun Red Hat Summit And OpenStack Summit: Two Weeks Of Open Source Software In Boston

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(Photo credit: John Fruehe, Moor Insights & Strategy) Enterprise software comes in two primary varieties: proprietary and open source. Proprietary solutions include things like Oracle databases, Microsoft operating systems and SAP applications. These vendors develop the code and do not allow it to be dissected by a customer; all innovation comes from the vendor. In […]

05 Jun HPE Raises The Infrastructure Security Bar With New Gen 10 Platform

Over the the past few months, I’ve written several different columns focused on the changing landscape of datacenter cybersecurity. First, I wrote about the changing nature of these threats—what new trends have been emerging, and what we as an industry need to be focusing on. The next topic I tackled was a deeper dive into […]

01 Jun VDI deserves another look based on Dell EMC VDI Complete

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is well known to be a vastly underutilized technology in enterprise. A large majority of the market has long been aware of the potential benefits but has been waiting on the technology to mature. The new Dell EMC VDI Complete offering announced recently at Dell EMC World 2017 was a big […]

31 May Denial Of Service Is A Growing Threat: How Can You Better Protect Your Business?

Earlier this month, I wrote on the changing face of cybersecurity, and last week I wrote a blog on recent high-profile security attacks, and what lessons we can take away from them. Today, as part of our ongoing series on security, I wanted to take a deeper dive into the different kinds of Denial of […]

30 May ARM Introduces New Processor Designs For Datacenter, Mobility And AI At Computex 2017

This week at Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan, ARM Holdings announced their latest series of processor designs spanning mobility, datacenter and AI. While ARM Holdings doesn’t make chips themselves, they do design processor cores and other IP for most chip companies to utilize with their own designs. Just last month, ARM introduces their first ISP (image […]

30 May Dell EMC Rolled Out Unique Improvements To Its Channel Program At Dell EMC World

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Dell EMC World Two weeks ago, I attended Dell EMC’s annual premier conference, Dell EMC World, held in Las Vegas. I did a detailed write-up on many of the bigger technology and product topics coming out of the event, which you can read here. I also attended many of Dell’s channel events and got a […]

25 May RESEARCH PAPER: HPE Synergy Helps Simplify Hybrid IT

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IT is undergoing a significant transformation as businesses look to streamline costs and roll out a new class of cloud-based applications driven by a changing digital economy accelerated by mobility, IoT, and AI. The IT infrastructure as we know it today is not well equipped to improve on the cost structure for traditional workloads nor […]

24 May RESEARCH BRIEF: Cisco UCS: True System Innovation

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Businesses are finding that their IT organizations are struggling to address the new demands of digital transformation. Many of these organizations continue to use environments built from silos and discrete components rather than a well-thought-out systems architecture. If IT leaders are going to modernize their infrastructure, they need a solution that delivers flexibility and agility […]

22 May SD-WAN Gets Real As Cisco Systems Makes A Big Investment

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WAN connections are complicated, expensive to maintain and difficult to change, inhibiting rapid innovation and growth. Last year I proclaimed the SD-WAN market would face consolidation as software-defined WANs (SD-WANs) gained momentum. Since then many have confirmed this view, adding that market consolidation would accelerate once networking giant Cisco Systems  made an acquisition. The wait […]

19 May What You Need To Know About The Latest Security Hacks

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I wrote recently about the changing face of cybersecurity—the expanding threat surface of the Internet of Things, mobility, BYOD and the cloud, and the different kind of attacks we’ve been seeing over the last several years in response to these changes. I emphasized the need for a more holistic approach to cybersecurity—protecting enterprise all the […]

18 May Why Complete End-to-End Fingerprint Security Matters

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Threats against UNSECURE fingerprint readers I saw a security demo last week that literally blew my mind and I have to tell you about it. But before I do that though, I need to set some context. Passwords are increasingly recognized as unsecure. Biometric authentication is becoming a popular alternative for added security and ease […]

18 May Google I/O 2017: It’s Really About AI And Machine Learning, People

This week I’m attending Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, in Mountain View, CA. The conference comes on the heels of a number of other big tech events (Microsoft Build last week, and Facebook F8last month), and I went into I/O hoping to see a lot of innovation, and some real, standout differentiation from these […]

18 May Microsoft Build 2017: All About Embrace And Extend

Last week was a busy one for tech industry analysts—I started out at Dell EMC World in Las Vegas, attended Microsoft Build 2017 in Seattle and then went back to Dell EMC World. Build is Microsoft’s annual developer conference, targeted at the software, services and hardware developer community. I attend the event  every year as […]

17 May Why Frame Scored $16M Investment From Microsoft And Bain Capital Ventures

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Frame Frame, a cloud app streaming platform, announced today they secured a sizable, $16 million Series A funding round from a number of very credible players: Microsoft Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and In-Q-Tel, with participation from a previous investor, CNTP. That number and those investors is enough to make anyone’s head turn and ask—wait, who? […]

16 May What Should Google Discuss At Tomorrow’s Google I/O Event?

Many people are writing about what Google *will* discuss at tomorrow’s Google I/O conference, but unless they have clairvoyance, leaking, or guessing based on the schedule, it’s difficult to be definitive. I will be attending tomorrow and wanted to discuss what I think Google *should*discuss during the event. Artificial intelligence.:  Last year, Google rolled out […]