Enterprise IT Watch Blog

Feb 13 2017   9:10AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (2/6 – 2/13)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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AWS
cybersecurity
Data Center
Storage

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Over the past few months, several airlines have come under scrutiny due to several data center outages. Have they finally made progress? Find out in this week’s roundup.

1. Lessons learned from data center outages, but still a long trip ahead – Robert Gates (SearchDataCenter)

The hits keep on coming for the airline industry, with several more IT outages that have stranded angry passengers in recent months. Are there any new lessons for IT pros?

2. Trump tells White House cybersecurity officer, ‘You’re fired’ – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

Rumors have been confirmed that President Trump has fired the White House cybersecurity officer in charge of making sure he and his staff are not hacked.

3. Cisco joins Microsoft in providing Azure Stack services in UCS server – Antone Gonsalves (SearchNetworking)

Cisco and Microsoft have worked together in delivering Azure Stack services through Cisco’s UCS server. The new product ships in the third quarter.

4. The data storage industry will turn upside down in 2017, or will it? – Rich Castagna (SearchStorage)

Rich Castagna reviews the prognostications offered by data storage vendors on the future of data storage technology in 2017.

5. AWS IPv6 support answers call for IP address space – David Carty (SearchAWS)

IPv6 is not new, but the proliferation of the internet of things creates new demand for the protocol. And AWS has responded in deliberate fashion.

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