We can no longer rely on "security through obscurity" as more devices are Ethernet and wireless enabled.
Tableau first cracked the enterprise by inspiring envy among users. Increasingly, it's trying to do the same thing with IT.
We examine the three characteristics any cloud infrastructure should have.
E-mail isn't dead. In fact, it's more alive and robust than it has ever been.
When Web apps get busy, IT must ensure performance doesn't suffer. We examine how the UK's Nisa Retail used APM to keep its members (and their customers) satisfied.
Your business continuity plan must focus on three elements: people, infrastructure, and processes.
We examine policy considerations and how to manage security policy in a mixed environment.
Learn how the new functions that perform calculations on ordered data sets in this excerpt from "Murach's SQL Server 2012 for Developers."
Storage growth, lack of qualified management personnel often underestimated.
A well-architected modern messaging infrastructure will give your enterprise the agility to adapt quickly to changing application requirements without the constraints of cloud providers.
Before you implement a next-generation firewall, follow these three tips to ensure project success.
A study of corporate e-mail and file transfer habits highlights security concerns.
We examine the risks, challenges, and benefits of the cloud and where the technology is headed.
What are the benefits of HTML5 to your organization, and what skills will you need to make the transition a success?
How can you make sure your mobile applications are secure? A security expert offers several suggestions.
Building software faster doesn't mean the software is better. What your IT organization may need is an agile quality process.
Don't let the deluge of financial offers blind you to the best vendor for your needs. These five tips will help you make the right choice.
Moving from private to public or hybrid clouds can be risky. These best practices can help you avoid common traps.
The cloud offers enterprises several economic advantages, but downtime can seriously affect your bottom line. We examine how to prepare for -- and work around -- such service interruptions.
Following these five rules will help your organization get your security keys under control.