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03 May 2017 Red Hat Delivers Analytics-Driven Automation in Latest Version of Insights with Ansible Integration [63118]
Red Hat, May 3rd 2017

With Ansible automation inside, Red Hat enables faster, automated resolution of critical security risks

Red Hat announced the latest version of Red Hat Insights, bringing the power of Ansible automation to its actionable intelligence platform. Aligned with Red Hat's vision to dramatically simplify IT management with Ansible's powerful automation capabilities, Red Hat Insights now offers users the ability to automate IT remediation of critical issues through Ansible Playbooks. Now, any company will be able to create a self-optimizing infrastructure with Red Hat Insights, enabling them to save valuable manual labor and associated costs.
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03 May 2017 Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Helps Xiaomi Deliver Innovation [63114]
Nutanix, May 3rd 2017

Major Smart Device Maker Breaks Storage Bottleneck to Deliver Business Value with 3x Latency Reduction

Nutanix announced that Xiaomi, the world's 5th largest smartphone maker, has addressed long-standing storage performance issues by replacing its legacy three-tier IT infrastructure with the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform.

Despite early adoption of virtualisation, the legacy three-tier infrastructure hosting Xiaomi's business critical applications including Microsoft Exchange, MS SQL Server and SAP Business Suite, was struggling to cope with exponential growth in demand...
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01 May 2017 Fujitsu Reports Fiscal 2016 Full-Year Financial Results [63087]
Fujitsu, April 28th 2017

Fujitsu today reported profit for the year attributable to owners of the parent was 88.4 billion yen, representing an improvement of 1.7 billion yen from fiscal 2015.

Consolidated revenue for fiscal 2016 was 4,509.6 billion yen. Excluding the impact of foreign exchange movements, revenue was essentially unchanged from the previous fiscal year. Revenue in Japan was essentially unchanged from fiscal 2015. Revenue from LSI devices used in smartphones declined on weak demand. On the other hand, revenue in the Services sub-segment remained strong, both in system integration and infrastructure services, and there was an increase in revenue from enterprise PCs and the Mobilewear sub-segment.
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01 May 2017 Why Everyone's So Excited About Serverless Computing [63068]
InfoWorld, May 1st 2017

"Contrary to popular belief, the cloud doesn't make infrastructure go away - but serverless computing is taking developers a big step closer to that dream ...

As part of the normal cycle of things, our most recent boom in enterprise technology development has slowed, which always leaves the industry breathless about whatever's left that's actually new. Witness, for example, the current mania over AI and machine learning.

I've had my fill of AI-washing, so the most interesting new area to me today is serverless computing, which hit the radar a couple of years ago when Amazon introduced AWS Lambda. The basic idea is that, finally, developers can build without worrying about physical or virtual servers or even containers..."
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30 Apr 2017 For True Cybersecurity, Executives Must Become Hands-On [62735]
TechZone360, April 21st 2017

Chris Riley opines in TechZone360, "Of course cybersecurity is critical today - yet many organizations view it as a huge expenditure that slows the flow of business and frustrates employees, users and customers alike. C-level executives need to be aware of how their organizations' security measures affect the flow of business. At its best, cybersecurity infrastructure runs quietly in the background, unnoticed. Rather than being considered a cost center,

cybersecurity can be re-envisioned as a growth enabler or differentiator, enabling enterprises to make innovative investments that spur growth.

Data security is so important that mishandling it can spell disaster for an enterprise. It is a potentially ruinous mistake for executives with non-technical backgrounds to simply assign responsibility for cybersecurity to the chief security officer, chief information security officer or IT team. C-suite executives might see the iceberg ahead, but do they really understand the size of the problem below the surface?..."
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