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This post is about "serverless" and the rise of the non-developer developer.
This article explores how people are making money with blockchain based cryptocurrencies through the creation of digital money (mining), initial coin offerings (ICOs) and adding cryptocurrencies to their hedge funds.
Guest post on micro-services and banking applications by Elizabeth Rochman, Financial Services Industry Chief Technologist at HPE.
Summary of what's happening with blockchain. It's mainly about the different ways in which blockchain might be used.
Will blockchain take your job? A guest post by Jeroen Bronkhorst, Account Chief Technologist at HPE.
Summary of a discussion at DISCOVER between four executives who have been at the front line of digital transformations.
On premises "as-as-service" promises to be a great comprimise between Enterprise IT managing everything and public cloud.
In the last five years, on premises innovation has not stood still
What’s happening in Digital Transformation - June 2017
IoT means we will have to have Edge Compute when we have lots of data to analyze and/or the need for instant action.
Cloud myth : If an app starts in the cloud, it will always be in the cloud. Not true.
Two upcoming research reports sponsored by HPE shed light on those workloads that might be better run on premises than in the cloud
History tells us that cloud and on premises will reach an equilibrium mix - a comparison with e-book and tablet predictions of the past.
A summary of what's in the news regarding Data and Analytics (it's pretty much all machine learning)
From Jason Newton, VP of pan-HPE strategic marketing - Jason's take on HPE's spin/merge and acquisition strategy.
From Paul Beauchamp an HPE solution architect in the UK : detailed examples of possible intelligent spaces.
You can greatly improve customer engagement by creating Intelligent Spaces
In this post, I look at how systems of action compare them to what has gone before - systems of record and systems of engagement.
The model where all workloads are run on one type of compute architecture, located in a central data center, is gone. Why? And what replaces it?
With our agency, gyro:, we created three SlideShare presentations on digital disruption