Staying up-to-date with the latest news and technology trends is hard. You’re busy modernizing your company, transforming your digital environments, and creating and executing strategies for helping your business compete in today’s hyper-connected world. How can you accomplish all this and keep up with all the technology news? It would take hours to slog through every tech and business publication to find the news that's most relevant to you.
News InteNS1ve provides a rundown of this week's news about IT modernization, tech adoption, and industry trends
Ongoing impact of the Pandemic
Technology publications continue to examine the impact of the pandemic on businesses, tech strategies and tech adoption. CIO’s Peter Wayner highlighted the technology categories seeing a boost due to the pandemic and those that being hard hit by the economic downturn in the article 14 technology winners and losers, post COVID-19.
The lockdown caused by COVID-19 caused US networks to weather unprecedented traffic according to Joe O’Holloran of ComputerWeekly. And, DevOps.com showcased how DevOps Agility Shines in the Midst of a Pandemic in an article by Tobais Dunn-Krahn. The changes made in response to the pandemic will have long lasting benefits for organizations that were able to pivot and adapt quickly and these articles demonstrate the importance of using IT modernization to create a resilient business.
14 technology winners and losers, post-COVID-19
The coronavirus crisis has shaken up business as usual, with some IT strategies and tools rising to the occasion and others in line for a rethink or tough recovery post-pandemic.
US networks weather unprecedented traffic during lockdown
“The networks were made for this,” says network technology provider as it shows how US networks have coped with added loads since the stay-at-home order
DevOps Agility Shines in the Midst of a Pandemic
As a career developer and now a chief technology officer, I am experiencing firsthand how COVID-19 has forced us all into new ways of working. I’m also aware that these new ways may be with us for a while.
IT Modernization Powers Resilient Organizations
And at the center of it all, we find technologies that have existed for decades—DNS, DHCP and IP address management (DDI).
Is the future Cloudy
Another common theme in the news this week related to cloud computing adoption. DevOps.com’s Pavan Belagatti wrote a CI/CD and market analysis about cloud and DevOps. And Stephen Fabel from TechRadar Pro asked if public cloud has delivered as expected in the article Riding the hype: Where are cloud native organisations now?. Lisa Morgan from InformationWeek discussed How Cloud Is Enabling Autonomous Systems in a recent article.
Cloud and DevOps: CI/CD and Market Analysis
Companies today are under heavy pressure to deliver software faster and with more quality than their competitors. A set of good features and their reach to customers can increase only when the company releases software updates frequently.
Riding the hype: Where are cloud native organisations now?
Forecasts from Gartner at the time expected the worldwide public cloud services market to grow by 17.5 per cent in 2019 alone, and these figures look to be on point.
How Cloud Is Enabling Autonomous Systems
The soft economy just gave cloud adoption a shove. Get ready for more autonomous IT resources.
Securing our Foundational Technology
Security is a key attribute of resilient technology. Two articles this week discussed IT security trends. TechBeacon’s Robert Lemos examined the concept of zero trust and its implication on remote work. With more people working remotely, the zero trust discussion is ramping up. Dan Raywood published an article in InfoSecurity discussing hidden DDoS attacks detected by DNS traffic.
Zero trust and remote work: Identity and access management is key
In less than a week, the world changed. At the end of March, amid the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, the vast majority of states in the US issued stay-at-home orders, resulting in the largest migration to remote working the nation has ever seen.
NS1 in the News
NS1’s CEO, Kris Beevers was featured in a Forbes Expert Panel about the impact of edge computing on business. The company also published several blog articles on its own site including an article on how IT modernization creates resilient business and how to use Terraform to automate DNS management.
16 Tech Experts Weigh In On The Potential Of Edge Computing
Edge computing is a hot topic in the tech world. This fast-evolving technology allows users to save bandwidth and enjoy faster response times by bringing computation and data storage closer to where they’re being used.
Using Terraform to automate DNS Management
In this blog series we are going to look at the reasons why more of our customers are using Terraform to manage their DNS resources. In this blog we are going to discuss why you might want to take this approach and look at a simple example of how to get started.