The only way to stop another WannaCry is with regulations

It’s been one week since the newest (and therefore scariest) cyberattack, which caused pandemonium across Ukraine and Russia before spreading to other countries. But that came only a few weeks after the WannaCry ransomware targeted Windows XP machines worldwide, which infamously held data from the UK’s National Health Service hostage.

Robots, AI will run data centers

Cloning employees’ intimate knowledge of their data center workspaces, plus robotic devices making connections among the changes coming to the data center environment

6 trends shaping IT cloud strategies today

Cloud computing has helped many enterprises transform their IT practices over the past five years, but experts agree that the market is entering a second wave for public, private and hybrid cloud services.