The bring-your-own-device movement is a warning to businesses that their core is about to get more complicated. What must IT consider right now?
Cloud technology is rather easy to obtain. The right mix of technical skills mix to design and implement the technology is not.
Storage clouds are rapidly losing what little buzz they once enjoyed in the industry. But other cloud-based services are beginning to appear.
Social media, security, and customization all play a role in your choice of a cloud supplier.
As more applications and data make their way to the cloud or are impacted by virtualization, data centers must adapt. The hybrid data center environment brings together the best of all worlds: cloud, virtualization, hardware, and co-lo.
How to make mobile device management a core part of your security management strategy.
Selecting a cloud provider can be tricky. Here are four things you need to investigate before making your selection.
A look at how security is evolving around three key information technology developments.
What can bridge the state of virtualization today and the unfettered reality we seek from the cloud? A true storage Hypervisor may hold the key.
Your cloud work doesn't stop once you go live. IT must vigilantly monitor its performance. We examine the options and impediments.
In 2012, businesses must align data security with customer value.
As we close out 2011, infrastructure is no longer the bottleneck for IT. Applications are. How will cloud change -- and change IT -- in the year ahead?
Tight budgets led to look closely at the cloud and encryption solutions. What will grab IT’s attention in 2012?
In 2011, enterprises acknowledged that cloud is in their future. What will 2012 bring to help companies feel more secure in adopting the cloud platform?
Key events in cloud computing this year, and three predictions for its growth in 2012.
A tech-industry veteran looks back over the past year and predicts the big IT trends we can look forward to in 2012.
IT administrators have traditionally been managing cloud technology with highly customized, manual scripts. Automation and integration are key to overcoming the inefficiencies of this approach. We explain what you need to know to about avoiding common mistakes in moving to automated, integrated management.
Our pros and cons list will help you sort out the issues relevant to your situation and select the right cloud model -- public, private, or hybrid -- for your environment.
Moving to the clouds doesn’t mean resources must be let go.
As part of Unisys’ Hybrid Enterprise strategy, enhancements makes it easier clients to automate, manage mixed cloud and traditional IT environments.