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Jeff Burt

Jeffrey Burt has been a journalist for more than three decades, the last 20-plus years covering technology. During more than 16 years with eWEEK, he covered everything from data center infrastructure and collaboration technology to AI, cloud, quantum computing and cybersecurity. A freelance journalist since 2017, his articles have appeared on such sites as eWEEK, eSecurity Planet, Enterprise Networking Planet, Enterprise Storage Forum, InternetNews, The Next Platform, ITPro Today, Channel Futures, Channelnomics, SecurityNow, and Data Breach Today.

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Growth of Enterprise Cloud Adoption Not Slowing Down

Enterprise cloud adoption has been ramping up for some...

Intel Maps Out Ambitious Comeback Plans

Intel officials this week rolled out a roadmap of...

Intel’s Bold New Chip Manufacturing Plan

Intel is undertaking a multi-prong, multi-billion dollar initiative under...

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DoD Spikes JEDI Cloud Project, Lines Up AWS, Microsoft Behind New Initiative

The Department of Defense’s controversial JEDI project – the $10 billion cloud computing initiative thats been the focus of vendor lawsuits and politics at the highest levels – is no more. Agency officials this week announced they...

Cloud Market Soars as IBM, Microsoft Build Out Services

The cloud market remains hot, and some of the top providers, including IBM and Microsoft, are looking to add to the capabilities and services in their cloud offerings to make further inroads into enterprises and government...

AT&T, Lumen Expand Edge Partnerships with Cloud Providers

Telecommunications companies continue to partner with public cloud providers as they expand their reach into the fast-growing edge computing realm. AT&T and Google Cloud recently expanded their year-long partnership by introducing new edge-focused solutions, including the...

Intel Looks to Partner in Competitive Chip Market

About two decades ago, Nathan Brookwood was advising giant chip maker Intel, which the Federal Trade Commission was looking into for allegedly abusing its monopoly power in the fast-growing processor market. Intel executives’ argument...

Pandemic Fuels Demand for SASE, Versa Report Says

Corporate demand for Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) security technologies is continuing to grow, as enterprises seek ways to secure network traffic that increasingly moves away from traditional data centers, a new report found. The...

Cloudera Looks to the Future as a Private Company

Cloudera a decade ago was one of several startups that saw the promise of Hadoop at a time when the amount of data being generated was exploding. The company offered a commercial product based...

Aruba Access Point Joins Wi-Fi 6E Product Rollouts

Organizations anxious for more speed and bandwidth from their wireless networks are beginning to see products – from routers to devices – come to market that can leverage Wi-Fi 6E, the latest improvement in...

Arm Takes Aim at Client Devices with Total Compute Initiative

Arm’s chip designs have become the dominant architecture in the cell phone space, but the company continues to aim beyond that market with the launch of its Total Compute solutions for consumer client devices....

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