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  • Understanding the Must-haves of Modern Data Protection

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This e-book outlines the key must-haves for modern data protection solutions and the business benefits they can provide. Read on to see what you should be looking for in a modern protection solution and to learn why simple backup can no longer cut it.

  • Oracle - Autonomous computing that declines a special name

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, follow Oracle's twin paths to adding AI and delivering software over the cloud – on its own platform and infrastructure as a service, from 2017 to 2018. An over-arching theme of Oracle's case regarding its infusion of machine learning and its declared re-architecting of its cloud delivery has been security, security, security.

  • Computer Weekly – 22 May 2018: GDPR is here – are you ready?

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the EU's new GDPR rules come into force this week – we ask if companies are ready and look at what happens if you're not compliant. Our latest buyer's guide examines digital transformation and the role of the CIO. And we find out how technology is changing the traditional sport of cricket. Read the issue now.

  • Performance Comparison Between MinIO and HDFS for MapReduce Workloads

    Sponsored by: MinIO

    Download the following paper to view a high-performance object storage server designed for disaggregated architectures. You’ll see an overview of the architecture as well as a performance comparison pitting this object storage system against the HDFS file system.

  • 6 Step Guide to Apache Cassandra Data Modelling

    Sponsored by: Instaclustr

    This white paper covers a methodical approach that can be useful in approaching Cassandra data modelling, focusing on 3 simple principles and 6 steps that implement the principles.

  • Computer Weekly – 17 May 2016: Countdown begins to new EU data protection rules

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with the new EU data protection rules ready to become law, firms now have just two years to prepare – we assess the challenges. Manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce talks about why it moved its HR systems to the cloud. And we look back at 50 years of technology innovation in storage. Read the issue now.

  • Sizing up Oracle Upgrades: Exadata with Oracle Database 12c

    Sponsored by: Oracle

    In this expert e-guide, 20-year industry veteran Brian Peasley explores the top 10 reasons for upgrading Oracle databases to 12c. Discover how DBAs can improve their management of Oracle systems and how Oracle Exadata Database Machine enables analytics, batch, reporting, and other tasks to run simultaneously across databases.

  • The Enterprise Guide to SAP HANA's Cloud Models and Migration Checklist

    Sponsored by: UXC Oxygen and Amazon Web Services

    If you're considering HANA but are unsure about SAP's models of cloud computing, you'll want to fully outline your deployment options before migration. Discover three options for cloud-based HANA, as well as 6-point checklist for crafting a successful cloud migration strategy.

  • MySQL vs. SQL Server: Comparing the Popular Databases

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    Microsoft MVP Brien Posey compares Microsoft's SQL Server and Oracle's MySQL in this expert e-guide. Learn which one comes out on top in pricing, performance/scalability, and implementation.

  • SQL Server SSD Technology Becoming a Solid Storage Choice

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Access this e-guide to clue into exactly why SSD is emerging as a solid storage choice for SQL Server. Our experts highlight how SSD's embedded controller ensures the integrity of the data stored in the drive, and address your concerns centered on drive reliability and longevity.

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