Andy Patrizio

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.

How a Linux migration led to the creation of Amazon Web Services

VMware takes an executive talent hit but can handle it

VMware takes an executive talent hit but can handle it

Three executive departures in less than a month is a tough situation, but Pat Gelsinger is leaving VMware with a deep management bench.

Study: Cloud transformation necessary for digital transformation

Study: Cloud transformation necessary for digital transformation

COVID-19 is driving companies to accelerate their digital transformation efforts, and that's spurring greater cloud adoption.

How to manage your power bill while adopting AI

How to manage your power bill while adopting AI

Embracing AI doesn't mean blowing up your electric bill. Here's how to minimize the pain.

After Intel CEO Swan’s cleanup job, Gelsinger will move the company forward

After Intel CEO Swan’s cleanup job, Gelsinger will move the company forward

Bob Swan didn’t fail, he succeeded in righting the ship, but Intel has tapped Pat Gelsinger, who started working there right out of high school, as the visionary to move the company forward.

IT specialist Atos makes bid for DXC

IT specialist Atos makes bid for DXC

The French IT giant continues to push into the U.S. market through ambitious acquisitions.

You’re not imagining things, there is a serious chip shortage

You’re not imagining things, there is a serious chip shortage

CPUs, GPUs, and memory are all in tight supply due to manufacturing issues and high demand.

Microsoft updates Azure Stack HCI

Microsoft updates Azure Stack HCI

With VMware and Nutanix pretty much owning the market, Microsoft is playing catch up.

SolarWinds roundup: Fixes, new bad actors, and what the company knew

SolarWinds roundup: Fixes, new bad actors, and what the company knew

A roundup of events from what is emerging as the biggest security breech ever.

Lenovo unveils hybrid-cloud management tools

Lenovo unveils hybrid-cloud management tools

The new solutions are designed to enable businesses to harness data more securely and efficiently, from edge to core to cloud.

Trojan in SolarWinds security has far-reaching impact

Trojan in SolarWinds security has far-reaching impact

With many government agencies and almost all of the Fortune 500 as customers, the SolarWinds breach is very wide-ranging and very dangerous.

HP Enterprise expands GreenLake program to cover HPC systems

HP Enterprise expands GreenLake program to cover HPC systems

Enterprises can now lease high-performance computing systems and only pay per use via HPE's GreenLake.

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