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Computer Weekly look at the technologies that will dominate enterprise IT in Saudi Arabia next year
NVMe over fabrics takes the built-for-flash advantages of the PCIe-based protocol, and allows NVMe to be sent via Fibre Channel, Ethernet and Infiniband networks
Some of the tech industry’s biggest names have come together to create the Zero Outage Industry Standards Association to help improve the uptime of IT systems and services
Fast food giant has emailed all 1.2 million members of its loyalty scheme, urging them to change their passwords after its recent data breach
Google broke the mould with a cloud-based office productivity suite, but it now appears to be losing ground to Microsoft