Nicole Henderson

Nicole
Henderson

Nicole Henderson covers daily news and features online for ITPro. She has a bachelor of journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto.

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VMware Workspace ONE Comes to HP Device as a Service Platform
VMware Workspace ONE is now available on HP’s Device as a Service (DaaS) platform.
A Type of Computing: NYTimes Crossword Moves from AWS to Google App Engine
The New York Times has moved its games platform from AWS to Google to deal with daily user spikes.
What to Watch at VMworld 2017
ITPro will keep you updated on all of the top news coming out of VMworld.
Google Cloud Offers Cost Break for Users Not Picky on Performance
Google Cloud is breaking out two network tiers so users can match performance requirements to their workloads.
IaaS Provider Skytap Eyes Enterprise Growth with $45M in New Funding
Skytap has closed a $45 million Series E funding round this week, led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing.
Google Launches Chrome Enterprise License in Chromebooks Push
Google has announced Chrome Enterprise – a new license that offers a variety of features, including single sign-on support, and managed OS updates.
Chromebooks Coming for Enterprises with VMware Workspace ONE Integration
An extended partnership with VMware could get Chromebooks in the hands of more enterprises.
Your Server Died and Your Backups are Gone. Here's What to do Next. 1
It's every IT pros worst nightmare: your server has died, and your backups you thought were working are broken. Here's how to recover and not let it ruin your career.
Dyn Might Have Been Collateral Damage in Mirai Attack on Gaming Infrastructure
New research suggests hackers were targeting gaming infrastructure when they took down Dyn's network in October 2016.
Neo-Nazi Site Takedown Raises Tough Questions on Who Should Police Content 1
The Daily Stormer issue has brought up a lot of questions around who should have the final say in policing unsavory content online: private companies or law enforcement, or neither?
Box Taps Google AI to Help Enterprises for Image Recognition
Box is using the Google Cloud Vision API to introduce image recognition with Box.
In Moving Production Workloads to Cloud, VMware Professionals Prefer AWS, Azure
A report by Druva, released today, finds that 90 percent of VMware professionals plan to have migrated workloads to the cloud by 2018.
Microsoft Acquires Cycle Computing for HPC in Azure
Cycle Computing’s CycleCloud software suite provides cloud orchestration, provisioning, and data management for big compute.
AWS Launches New Security and Migration Services at NYC Summit
At a customer event on Monday, AWS announced new cloud services to boost security and ease application migration that are available now.
Report: IT Leaders Feel Overwhelmed by Pace of Cloud Development
Eighty-one percent of IT leaders report to be either extremely concerned or very concerned about missing out on cloud advancements.