In the first of a two-part series, we examine the importance of usage accounting in private-cloud implementations.
Foresight and planning for a standard desktop environment can help you avoid the hassle of future issues.
How data maps can help you manage your storage environment efficiently and effectively.
How a team of five university students developed a cross-platform, mobile, real-time app for managing presentations with no mobile development training.
The public cloud is still the Wild, Wild West, but shunning the cloud until things become a bit more stable and predictable may not be the smart play.
Costs can rise up to 43 percent in some cases.
Big Blue has announced its biggest and brawniest Big Iron system to date. Thanks to a new analytics-based health assessment capability, it might be the smartest-ever mainframe, too.
Social content is rich with information, but integrating it with other enterprise data can leave it isolated and unused. We explore how to wisely integrate the two.
EMC's DLm 8000 is its brawniest ever mainframe (virtual) tape library.
Getting just the right mix of security and user friendliness at Movado.
Changes in the security model or discontinued libraries may prevent existing applications from running on newer versions of Windows. We explain how your organization can overcome these compatibility challenges.
Exploiting the lower costs of energy during the night can help your data center cut its energy costs.
The movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" was released in 1968. Well over 40 years later, we still have a lot of work to do on the space flight front, but natural language processing is almost there.
Strong demand for its ClearPath mainframe platform helped boost Unisys' profits in Q2.
Leverage these four patterns of success to make your cloud computing project a winner.
Cloud readiness is more than market position and organization size. It is profoundly linked to your level of platform standardization.
The evolution of IT automation, how the technology has changed, where it is today, and where it's headed.
IBM's Linear Tape File System (LTFS) is touted by enthusiasts as a "game changer" for the fortunes of tape technology in contemporary IT. ESJ's storage analyst, Jon Toigo, takes a closer look at the technology.