The lowdown on deep learning: from how it relates to the wider field of machine learning through to how to get started with it.
An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the hype in AR, VR, and MR.
An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the $135 billion robotics market.
If you think the term "cloud" obscures the technology behind interoperable network platforms, consider "serverless:" A style of programming for cloud platforms that is changing the way applications are built, deployed, and ultimately, consumed.
In a little over four years' time, the project born from Google's internal container management efforts has upended the best-laid plans of VMware, Microsoft, Oracle, and every other would-be king of the data center. So just what is it that changed everything?
One day, Linux' creator made a utility called Git to keep track of all the contributions to the Linux kernel. That triggered a string of events leading to the establishment of GitHub as the de facto automated supply chain for software -- not just open source.
Amazon has launched a plan to expand its logistics network by helping create small businesses that will operate 20 to 40 vans each.
Data shows that data-driven organizations perform better. But what does it take to get there?
Cyber attacks and malware are one of the biggest threats on the internet. Learn about the different types of malware - and how to avoid falling victim to attacks.
General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming. Here's what it means, how it'll impact individuals and businesses - and how to prepare for it.
The internet began as a system for applying addresses to servers. Now it's a means for giving names to services, and distributing those services across the planet. SDN gave rise to a new way of implementing computing on the broadest scale of infrastructure, and has become, for better or worse, the whole point of networking.
Digital transformation: what it is, why it matters, and what the big trends are.
It is a capital improvement project the size of the entire planet, replacing one wireless architecture created this century with another one that aims to lower energy consumption and maintenance costs. Sure, you'll download movies faster on your phone, but that's not the real reason 5G's arrival is being accelerated.
Just as cloud computing seemed to be settling down into a standardized set of platforms, the drive for service differentiation results in new use cases for a faster, more flexible premium service tier. But will those use cases make sense in practice?
Is hyperconverged infrastructure simplifying the way data centers are managed, or is it providing more clever means for certain enterprise technology vendors to regain their strongholds? Our executive guide covers everything you need to know.