Enterprise IT Watch Blog

Jan 23 2017   10:11AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (1/16 – 1/23)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Big Data
Cloud Computing
Internet of Things

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What should we expect from the storage industry in 2017? Check out several predictions in this week’s roundup.

1. Enterprise storage market poised for more disruption in 2017 – Carol Sliwa (SearchStorage)

CTOs share enterprise storage predictions for 2017. Cloud, server-based storage, HCI, and growing use of containers and analytics will spur further disruption.

2. Cloud, IoT to drive enterprise IT trends in 2017 – Mike Matchett (SearchCloudComputing)

Cloud computing has evolved quite a bit in the last few years, but it still has far to go. Technologies such as big data, containers and IoT will have a big part to play in the future.

3. Future of the federal CISO position in question as Touhill steps down – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

Retired Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill stepped down as the federal CISO, leaving questions surrounding the future of the position and the work he has done.

4. HPE-SimpliVity deal raises support, price and development questions – Robert Gates (SearchDataCenter)

With HPE’s buy of No. 2 SimpliVity, the first big deal in the hyper-converged infrastructure space, IT pros see a more robust offering, but also higher prices and weaker support.

5. Debate over big data and privacy is just getting started – Ed Burns (SearchBusinessAnalytics)

For years, the tension between privacy and big data has been apparent, but with emerging technologies generating huge amounts of data, the debate will intensify.

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