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  • Mar 08, 2017
    There’s no doubting that IT remains an immensely complicated thing to do well – delivering successful IT – and hence successful IT outcomes – remains a practical challenge...
      ESG Blog: The Three-legged IT Stool (Video) Author: Mark Peters   There’s no doubting that IT remains an immensely complicated thing to do well – from the advanced hardware engineering to the sophisticated software algorithms,…
  • Mar 08, 2017
    When you read the title of this blog, did you parse it as Google is a machine that is learning to compete? Or that machine learning will be how "the Google" competes?
      ESG Blog: The Google Machine Learns to Compete Author: Nik Rouda   Language can be frustratingly ambiguous. Or delightfully ambiguous. When you read the title of this blog, did you parse it as Google is a machine that is lear…
  • Mar 08, 2017
    This week is Google Cloud's Next 2017 conference in San Francisco and I've seen a number of key shifts in Google's strategy in enterprise IT.
      ESG Blog: Google Next: An Enterprise Awakening for Google Cloud Author: Edwin Yuen   When I talk with companies and vendors about public cloud, Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure are always at the forefront of discussion. Right behind…
  • Mar 07, 2017
    12 pages
    ESG Lab Validation
    This report documents an ESG Lab audit and validation of Cisco HyperFlex hyperconverged infrastructure performance testing, which focused on comparisons of Cisco HyperFlex hybrid and all-flash solutions with anonymous competitive HCI solutions. Down…
  • Mar 07, 2017
    Google Cloud Next runs from March 8th to 10th, 2017. The streets of San Francisco are already plastered with many signs announcing the event, as shown here. And it’s sold out already!
      ESG Blog: Google Cloud Next - What's in Store Next? Author: Dan Conde   Google Cloud Next runs from March 8th to 10th, 2017. The streets of San Francisco are already plastered with many signs announcing the event, as shown…