International study shows that cloud computing has a clear role in stimulating the economy and creating jobs.
The IT recovery is underway, but it left the jobs behind.
No End in Sight for Cloud and SaaS Markets as Boom Begins
Will the computer industry lead us out of the economic wilderness?
“Bad economic times lead to industry consolidation/ shake-out.” That is one economic rule that actually makes intuitive sense, like small craft are the first to sink in a hurricane, or the speed of light is the same to all observers.
Following the sudden loss of venture capital funding, HPC system provider SiCortex shut down operations earlier today. The majority of employees have been laid off, and the company will seek an immediate sale of its assets.
IT pros still need to mind their emotional health. Here are six ways to keep your outlook bright in dark times.
As every soul on the planet knows by now, we’re in a global recession. That means that in 2009, IT managers will be looking for new ways to cut costs, including turning to HPC.
‘Tis the season for IDC’s annual HPC market forecast, only this time around it needs to consider a global economic recession. In this exclusive interview, HPCwire quizzes Earl Joseph, IDC’s program vice president for HPC, about what’s in store for 2009.
As the consequences of the recession start to be felt more generally in all IT sectors, Tabor Research has continued to track its effect on the HPC market. We asked Tabor Research General Manager Addison Snell to discuss what kind of HPC activity we can expect to see over the next couple of years.