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Compute Nodes for Virtual Desktops

Virtual desktops are a very different workload from virtual servers, which should come as no surprise to anyone who has designed or deployed a virtual desktop environment. There is also a lot of variation among ... Continue Reading


By Adrian Bridgwater News Sep 18, 2016

What is cloud native computing?

Cloud native computing as championed, advocated and evangelised by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) itself is an approach that uses an open source software stack to deploy applications ... Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran Oct 03, 2016

Computer Weekly: Fifty years of IT

On September 20, 1966, Computer Weekly launched. Fifty years on, we look at the state of IT, and where it is heading Continue Reading


By Eddie Lockhart Evaluate Sep 30, 2016


By Simon Quicke Apr 13, 2016

Computer says no

Billy MacInnes muses non the flipside to everything being connected and wonders what happens when things get turned off Continue Reading


By Mekhala Roy News Oct 28, 2016

CIOs, are you ready for immersive computing?

This week, Microsoft announced a Windows 10 "Creators Update," among other immersive computing features. "Windows 10 is the most ambitious upgrade to an operating system that Microsoft has ever ... Continue Reading


By Brian Holak Oct 28, 2016

Microsoft Windows 10 event rings in immersive computing

At this week's Microsoft Windows 10 event, the company offered a glimpse of an immersive computing future. Also in Searchlight: AT&T, Time Warner and the future of 5G wireless services. Continue Reading


Oct 28, 2016

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to cloud bursting

In this 12-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at the benefits and complexities of cloud bursting and the role of on-premise IT. Continue Reading


By Fred Churchville Evaluate Oct 11, 2016

New Northeastern curriculum aimed at women in computer science

Concerned about the percentage of women working in tech, Carla Brodley has created curriculum designed to expose students to computer science and, particularly, inspire women. Continue Reading


By Joel Shore Evaluate Jun 01, 2016

We're using cloud computing for this?

What we can do with technology is limited only by our imaginations. Otherwise, we might still be carrying tape cassettes or CDs. Let's look at how the cloud is being used in ways that some might ... Continue Reading