With the cloud, it's backup without the actual backup.
What you need to know about moving to virtual desktops.
Network-based application performance management may be just what service providers need to make the cloud ready for your mission-critical applications.
What can you do to ensure that your cloud computing plan is ready to go and will get the job done? These 10 steps will help.
With its recent acquisition of Platform Computing, IBM is betting on emerging demand for high-performance computing solutions.
A new push by partners Cisco and Citrix might encourage IT organizations to take a serious look at desktop virtualization.
How to think about scope, virtualization, mobility, compliance, and distributed workforce in tracking equipment and applications.
Almost half of U.S. information workers already split time between home, office, or other locations
Are you still writing rules for old firewalls? Dealing with ports and protocols is no longer sufficient. Next-generation firewalls drill into traffic to identify the applications traversing the network, and automation can help you build and manage the rules you need to exploit this technology.
Organizational change management and benefits realization can help to reduce risk in ERP implementations. These steps can help your ERP project succeed.
Does moving to the cloud mean you give up control of your application's performance?
IT can evolve gradually to cloud-scale patch and update management. You can prepare for the future and still make things better today by applying these four principles.
Cloud is a big, fluffy subject. We get a firm handle on the subject by looking at three specific cloud use cases.
IBM and Oracle aren't the only games in town when it comes to getting data into -- and out of -- mainframe environments.
VMware’s Rob Juncker offers a strategy for safe and effective virtualization: strong governance and even stronger IT architecture.
We examine the special challenges and best practices of integrating cloud technology in the health-care industry.
Our final set of recommendations for avoiding analysis paralysis in your cloud computing project.
New workloads account for almost one-third of MIPS growth, and mainframers are as optimistic as ever about the future of Big Iron.
How performance management issues change -- and remain the same -- in the new world of cloud computing.
If your COBOL application isn't broken, it probably hasn't been Web-enabled.