Employees at the Labor Department wanted larger email inboxes. The department’s chief information officer gave them that and got much more when she moved email to the cloud. “The requirements and the benefits that we expected in the cloud – and the challenges – are as we expected. But there are some benefits, including IT […] […]

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Hewlett Packard Inc. last year announced it will split in two, with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) taking on the enterprise IT business. That will include Helion, the company’s cloud computing products and services. TBR Inc. analyst Cassandra Mooshian said the split will help HPE’s cloud business, making it “even better positioned to execute on its […] […]

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It’s only been one month since Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 to great fanfare and high expectations for a world of new and better user experiences. And while the initial focus was on the deep integration between the operating system and the Internet, much of that attention has now turned to security. And the timing couldn’t […] […]

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It takes years to develop, test and field major weapon systems throughout the Defense Department. But when it comes to cyberspace, emerging threats and capabilities are measured in hours, minutes and seconds. The old way of buying defense systems just can’t keep up. The Army, however, is applying a strategy known as the IT Box […] […]

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A consortium led by IBM has developed the world’s smallest, functional microelectronic devices – computer chips constructed around circuitry just 7 nanometers wide. The new chips, produced using silicon-germanium by a group comprised of IBM, Global Foundries, the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute and Samsung, use chip geometries that are half the dimensions […] […]