A look at how security is evolving around three key information technology developments.
Mobile devices became targets just as more workers were connecting to corporate assets using their personal devices. What's ahead for mobile IT in 2012?
In just three years, mobile workers will account for more than one-third of the global workforce.
If the latest IT hiring projections from a prominent IT staffing specialist hold up, 2012 could get off to a bang. Make that a double-digit bang.
What predictions can we draw from the threats IT battled in 2011 about what’s ahead in 2012?
Several high-profile security breaches occurred in 2012. What’s ahead for security administrators in 2012, and how will IT respond?
Risk is not an exact science, but there are specific trends that should impact decision makers in the year to come.
Social media is a rich source of data. These three steps will help you make the most of it in your environment.
In 2012, businesses must align data security with customer value.
During 2011, data centers became more virtualized in a migration to cloud-based architectures, which began to reveal previously-hidden problems with power. In 2012 this trend will continue and even accelerate, further elevating the importance of power for IT.
Is Java dead? What's ahead for programming languages running on the Java Virtual Machines such as Scala, JRuby, and Clojure? We take a closer look.
From Windows on the mainframe (almost) to Big Iron and tablet growth, plus leadership changes at major tech companies and the passing of a trio of tech titans, it was an interesting year for IT professionals.
From islands of storage to the consumerization of storage, IT storage administrators had their hands full this year. What challenges will they face in 2012?
Tight budgets led to look closely at the cloud and encryption solutions. What will grab IT’s attention in 2012?
For security administrators, RSA's disclosure of a hack was just one of many serious breaches that occurred in a very bad year.
As we close out 2011, infrastructure is no longer the bottleneck for IT. Applications are. How will cloud change -- and change IT -- in the year ahead?
This year IT had figured out what storage works best in what infrastructure. Thankfully, 2012 will be the year that innovation soars within the industry.
The virtualization momentum of 2011 will lead to some interesting trends in 2012, involving pricing, heterogeneity, and a company’s right to choose.
Disaster recovery is a growing part of IT's budget, but IT still needs quicker, more efficient, and more affordable backup and recovery solutions into one seamless process.
In 2011, enterprises acknowledged that cloud is in their future. What will 2012 bring to help companies feel more secure in adopting the cloud platform?