Dell PowerStore achieves new levels of agility and operational versatility for today’s cloud-mobile IT infrastructure. Using a containerised software architecture, PowerStore takes the best modern storage technology and eliminates the typical tradeoffs in performance, scalability and storage efficiency. By incorporating
Dell reported record $26.4 billion revenues for its second fiscal 2023 quarter, up 9.2 percent on the year, with a 6.3 percent increase in storage revenues as demand strengthened for high-end storage and the mid-range PowerStore product.
Many PowerStore models make up the underlying storage infrastructure for Dell Technologies APEX Data Storage Services. This allows customers to use a PowerStore solution in an as-a-Service model for ultimate simplicity and agility.
Advancements in machine translation technology are helping consumers, gamers and small businesses Money talks, and soon it will be easier to understand. Language barriers can hinder international commerce, but that problem is increasingly being solved by machine-based translation programs, which are becoming
New Defender mobile apps will be available later this year Microsoft is planning to bring its Defender antivirus software to Android and iOS later this year. The software giant is developing apps for both mobile operating systems that are designed to
Among 100 CIOs at large global companies, Microsoft Azure has become significantly more popular than Amazon’s AWS as the public-cloud infrastructure of choice, according to a Goldman Sachs survey. While Goldman Sachs emphasised that the survey measures volumes of workloads rather
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a hot topic these days. Offering an ecosystem where companies gather, measure, and transmit heaps of data, IoT has opened up a world of possibilities. Businesses can collect invaluable data, gain insights into future trends,
It's been a decade overflowing with tough lessons: who to trust, when to speak out and how to stream big events online after you've broken up with your cable company. Looking back at 2010, we'd hardly recognise our former selves as