Thanks to this month's DNS vulnerabilities, a lot of patching will be taking the time of DNS administrators. In fact, it might even seem like 2002 all over again.
Microsoft seems serious about SaaS. If so, SaaS -- often seen as a disruptive technology -- might ultimately become a major disruptive market force.
HP's POD is innovative and visionary, analysts say. In a world chock full of both innovation and vision, that's saying something.
Enterprise security is an expensive proposition – one that's likely to get even more expensive as organizations take steps to protect themselves.
We discuss the types of de-duplication and what meaningful criteria should be used to evaluate competing approaches and products
If you're in the market for a non-mainframe mainframe replacement, HP might have just what you need….
If Green Software is to have an impact, the software industry as a whole needs to get onboard
The enterprise OS-scape could experience disruptive shocks during the next five years
CA touts a visual spin -- in a 3270 interface -- on ESCON and FICON management.
Putting the cart before the horse: does cloud computing sell, and -- if so -- who's buying?
Why the threat of theft-from-within is keeping enterprise CIOs up at night
A prominent mainframe reseller gets absorbed by one of its competitors. What does the acquisition mean for its customers?
When it comes to ensuring compliance with information security rules or best practices, a substantial minority of federal agencies still aren’t making the cut
Disputes between rival IT factions can stop an SOA project dead in its tracks
The data center impact of the new POWER 575 systems that IBM announced last month could be nothing short of radical
It may not be long before businesses differentiate themselves on the basis of security
Despite Sun’s poor economic showing recently, the atmosphere at last week’s JavaOne conference was surprisingly festive
IT shops don't always embrace application modernization as a means to ratchet up efficiencies. They're mostly looking to cut costs.
IBM touts its new iDataPlex Web 2.0 servers as nothing less than game-changing
Automation makes all the difference in a data center, which is why BMC, CA, HP, and IBM are spending heavily to get in on the action.