There were 4 blog postings during September (2013):
Flash, saviour of the universe?
The undeniable move in storage is through to the use of flash-based systems. Some companies, such as Pure Storage and Violin Memory, are pushing complete flash-based arrays, whilst others, including the big guys of EMC, NetApp and IBM, are currently...
Clive Longbottom, Quocirca | 12th September '13
Mobile Mandelbrot - set in our ways?
The ever-decreasing circles of technology miniaturisation are not quite taking us down the roads followed by Star Trek or Dick Tracey. Sure we have the smart and small communicators and gadgets, and a cloud of networks and services, but we still...
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 10th September '13
Network access control in the real world
Quocirca research shows that the two biggest concerns organisations have when considering the use of cloud based services are the safety of personal data and complying with the data protection laws (see free Quocirca report, The adoption of cloud...
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 9th September '13
The mid-market CIO
Whilst many of the terms bandied around in IT circles would mystify outsiders, the term 'IT' itself is widely understood to mean, well, computers and all that. It is an acronym so widely used, especially in the broader business world that it is...
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 6th September '13
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