The Experience Join us for Wine & Bytes: A Tech-Savvy Tasting, an event featuring elevated lite bites, boutique wines, and convos on the latest Veeam and IBM innovations, all set within the beautiful tasting room at Mutiny Wine Room in The Heights! What...
In my last blog, I discussed the latest news: Netezza is making a comeback on Netezza Performance Server for IBM Cloud Pak for Data System. With Netezza Performance Server, companies can finally run Netezza wherever they want it – on-cloud, on-premises, or on...
The relentless growth of data remains one of IT’s biggest challenges, with annual growth rates approaching 70 percent in some organizations. A good deal of this growth is the result of too many systems creating redundant copies of data for multiple purposes. Various...
According to RightScale’s most recent State of the Cloud survey, 96 percent of organizations now use the cloud in some form or fashion. However, most also remain fully committed to keeping some mission-critical workloads on-premises. That’s why hybrid cloud is widely...
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