The Times They are a-changin

Changing the law to allow e-business to be as legally effective as business

Lawmaker Predicts 2019 “The Year Of Blockchain”

On the first day of this year's DC Blockchain Summit in Washington, D.C., concern that a heavy-handed approach from the federal government could stifle blockchain innovation in the United States was lessened by the regulators themselves, who told attendees that they generally support allowing the technology to flourish. That message was reinforced on day two of the [...]

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Using AIOps

AIOps Automating routine practices, Improving the accuracy and time to identify issue and the ability of teams to work together

Security Tips for the Season

Illegal activity has progressed to the digital world, at the speed of e-business. Today it may well be the biggest industry sector out there. Stealing personal information and selling this on illicit dark websites is big business, as is creating and selling techniques to phish, deliver illicit payloads, and of course creating the illicit payloads [...]

Operational Data Provides a New Dimension to Security

Those who wish to harm your business are the proverbial needle in a haystack, and it’s been much easier to be the needle and hide than to be those hunting through the hay. Being small in a large environment makes it much easier to be sneaky. But there are some complex indicators of intrusion that [...]

Improving APM

We all know that when you add lanes to a highway, the improvement in journey time is short lived, as more vehicles start to use the new road, creating more traffic, there are then more chances for accidents and this results in slower journey times. The same seems to happen with technology, Moore's law is the [...]

How long will your users wait?

As businesses transition to embrace cloud services, application solutions are becoming significantly more complex and federated. Every additional component stitched to the core application can potentially introduce unforeseen nuances that can lead to unexpected events that cause issues. The basic relationship between any components you add to a process is geometric. Simply speaking, every component [...]

Can Good Ideas Survive Your Experts Scrutiny?

The history of computing can be described as waves. The first waves were purely of invention of basic ideas, where cogs gave way to vacuum tubes which gave way to transistors, and magnetic core memory gave way to dynamic RAM. The next waves created scale, where individual components gave way to integrated circuits and silicon [...]