Although outsourcing revenues increased by nearly 50 percent last year, experts predict slowing demand for outsourcing services in the first half of this year.
How to avoid the top mistakes when managing uptime performance, and how you can maximize system availability.
When it comes to WANs, look for the weakest link.
Unix, the quintessential enterprise workhorse, still has a lot going for it.
Sun says its Nehalem product line is “significantly differentiated” from other Xeon 550-based systems in a very crowded market.
Imagine querying all enterprise information with the precision of SQL and the fuzziness of search. That’s the promise of unified information access.
By trumpeting new energy and power-management features, Intel and its partners hope to make a business case for Xeon 5550.
It's time to challenge your concept of how LAN and SAN connectivity should be instrumented, and save money in the process.
To be sure your green efforts are cutting power costs, IT must use the right metrics.
A little imagination can be a great thing when it comes to planning for a disaster. The disasters we might encounter as IT managers are no different.
Far from transitioning away from Big Iron, customers seem to be doubling down
Best practices for using network and application baselines to help predict service delivery degradations
Server sales are down and IT spending is projected to grow at an anemic rate.
Three innovative enterprise technologies will shape the data center and provide companies better ways to achieve business goals.
Mainframes offer scalability, availability, security, and compliance, and are energy efficient to boot. No wonder their popularity is growing.
Green savings can be substantial. The trick, as one firm found, is to have all employees on board.
In a tough economic climate, IT organizations will look to virtualization to reduce TCO, slash their energy costs, and keep up with competitors
As interviews with IT pros make clear, IT organizations are responding to the economic crisis in very different ways
The next front in the struggle to make IT “greener” will unfold at your fingertips -- on the ubiquitous end-user desktop