Virtualization can be a boon to business continuity and disaster recovery planning -- provided you understand the risks
One fifth of lLarge companies expect to increase IT hiring in Q2
New IT consumers are more comfortable with, and knowledgeable about, technology, and that’s a problem
Are you willing to spend a nickel to avoid a data recovery disaster?
CA is preparing an innovation infusion for its legacy mainframe software products
VMWare might be far out in front, but don't count Microsoft out
How implementing a network configuration management strategy and solution can help effectively manage compliance-related tasks and all configuration changes
The hiring outlook for early 2008 looks as solid as ever, with double-digit IT job growth forecast by at least one industry watcher
There’s gold in eco-friendly IT, industry watchers argue, and -- more than meets the eye -- the mainframe has a big Green IT story to tell.
Are the days of fat client PCs -- Windows, Mac, and Linux -- numbered?
It’s the fourth straight quarter of sustained optimism on the hiring front. Thank corporate growth and the increasing use of enterprise wireless devices.
PSI is almost the only PC mainframe vendor on the block. Could its System64 servers prove attractive to some Big Iron buyers?
Last week, Microsoft and Sun announced the unthinkable: Sun agreed to become a Windows Server OEM.
As a strong server market showing demonstrates, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to ignore Big Blue’s Big Iron renaissance
Sun’s next-gen multicore design boasts a number of enhancements -- including dedicated FPUs for each core -- which make it a better overall processor.
Thanks to its reputation for resiliency, the mainframe is widely viewed as the preeminent platform for disaster recovery and business continuity planning.
It should come as no surprise that new companies have begun to carve out a part of the storage market for themselves.
.NET use declining, new survey reports
SHARE recently announced a list of five disaster recovery and business continuity recommendations that it says all mainframe shops would do well to follow.
Can the combined will of Microsoft, Cisco, and EMC overcome the ingrained inertia of government bureaucracy?