NoSQL Performance Explained

In this era of the ‘Third Platform’, modern applications now operate in myriad IT environments across social media, mobile computing, big data analytics, and cloud, which makes complex...

Object Storage

Object Storage or an Object Store is a method of storing and managing data on disk that overcomes the limitation of standard disk arrays and filesystems. Effectively every piece of data is stored as...

Passive Marker

Augmented Reality involves superimposing digital images into real-time images of the real world. This means being able to view the real world through an AR device and have the digital images move...

Privilege Creep Explained

In an IT organisation, each employee has their own set of privileges which they need to perform their duty. One such privilege may be the right to access a particular system resource like file...

Ransomware Explained

Ransome is a type of Malware. Essentially Malware is a form of cyber-attack that tricks an individual into installing software onto their computer. Once installed this software allows cyber...

Red Hat Gluster Storage Explained

Red Hat Gluster Storage? Red Hat Gluster Storage is an open, software defined scale-out storage platform to easily manage unstructured data for physical, virtual, and cloud environments. Red Hat...

Robotic Process Automation explained

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a technology that allows computer software to be configured to emulate a wide range of computer-centric processes or interact with applications the way humans do...

Rogue Access Points Explained

A Rogue Access Point is defined as any wireless Access Point that are not part of the network. It might be operating on the same or an adjacent frequency, occupying the spectrum, raising the noise...

SANtricity Explained

To enable businesses to keep up with the competition and the pace of digitization, NetApp announced last year their new SANtricity software for both its EF-series all-flash and E-Series storage...

Software Defined Datacentre

Software Defined Datacentre (SDDC) refers to modern datacentres where the entire infrastructure is virtualised then managed and orchestrated via software. This means that hardware configuration and...

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