Andy Patrizio

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Andy Patrizio is a freelance journalist based in southern California who has covered the computer industry for 20 years and has built every x86 PC he’s ever owned, laptops not included.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of ITworld, Network World, its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Oracle expands database offering to its cloud services

Imanis Data focuses on big data backup and recovery

Imanis Data focuses on big data backup and recovery

New features in Imanis Data 3.0 include backup of very large data sets, faster data recovery and support for multiple platforms.

HPE looks to put a supercomputer in space

HPE looks to put a supercomputer in space

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is sending the Spaceborne Computer to the International Space Station to test the durability of HPC in the harshness of space.

Intel, Seagate continue push for increased enterprise SSD capacity

Intel, Seagate continue push for increased enterprise SSD capacity

SSDs are getting bigger, as we see with Seagate's and Intel's new lines, but so are the prices. Are they worth it yet?

How Wi-Fi could get a boost from Li-Fi

How Wi-Fi could get a boost from Li-Fi

Li-Fi could turn LED light bulbs into network access points

Tough times strike Lenovo’s data center business

Tough times strike Lenovo’s data center business

Partners and customers are losing faith in Lenovo’s server business, if they ever had it.

ETL is slowing down real-time data analytics

ETL is slowing down real-time data analytics

Many IT professionals say the data transformation tool ETL hinders companies’ ability to do real-time analytics, and they are looking for alternatives.

Data center construction increases thanks to the cloud

Data center construction increases thanks to the cloud

New research shows data center construction increased 43% in North America due to cloud computing companies needing more server space.

Tapping big data to predict the future

Tapping big data to predict the future

Franz Inc. adds future predictive analytics to its data visualization tool, Gruff 7.0, allowing users to create what-if scenarios and uncover hidden relationships.

Cray buys Seagate’s enterprise storage array business

Cray buys Seagate’s enterprise storage array business

Cray’s purchase of Seagate’s ClusterStor HPC storage array business gives the company ammunition to compete with Dell EMC.

Google finally gains traction in cloud services

Google finally gains traction in cloud services

Google triples the number of major cloud deals year over year, gains large enterprise customers from regulated sectors.

Monitor cloud services for compliance, security from a single view

Monitor cloud services for compliance, security from a single view

Qualys new app framework, CloudView, provides real-time monitoring of enterprise cloud services from a single dashboard.

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