Key events in cloud computing this year, and three predictions for its growth in 2012.
The virtualization momentum of 2011 will lead to some interesting trends in 2012, involving pricing, heterogeneity, and a company’s right to choose.
Enterprises are increasingly being targeted by complex attacks designed to bypass existing safeguards.
Mainframes are typically more secure than most other platforms, but that doesn't mean IT can ignore them.
A tech-industry veteran looks back over the past year and predicts the big IT trends we can look forward to in 2012.
What's it take to get hired in IT these days? Skills, for starters.
A look back at the leading mobility trends of the year, and three predictions for 2012.
Windows on the Big Blue's hardware is almost here.
Exchange 2010 is clearly the favorite solution for e-mail migrations, but the risks are clear. Even so, many enterprises aren't planning to conduct basic preventive measures such as data backup.
Why do zero-day attacks -- which account for a vanishingly small percentage of all exploit activity -- generate a disproportionate percentage of security headlines.
With its recent acquisition of Platform Computing, IBM is betting on emerging demand for high-performance computing solutions.
Deep content inspection-based security solutions let your organization take advantage of social media's benefits as it safeguards policies and compliance.
Almost half of U.S. information workers already split time between home, office, or other locations
Few IT organizations are prepared to manage the use of social media in the enterprise. This is particularly true from a security perspective.
A new push by partners Cisco and Citrix might encourage IT organizations to take a serious look at desktop virtualization.
The V-party may be a grassroots movement energized by widespread anger against the predatory behavior of storage and system vendors, but it seems to have followed the pattern of many movements -- technological and political.
New workloads account for almost one-third of MIPS growth, and mainframers are as optimistic as ever about the future of Big Iron.
All things considered, the IT hiring outlook is extremely positive. That's the most important takeaway of a recent IT hiring survey.
Not all backup appliances -- enterprise or small office -- are the same. Use these parameters to help decide which one best meets the needs of your enterprise.
The use of proprietary mainframe servers continues to decline -- for everybody but IBM. System z, in fact, is doing just fine. The rest of the mainframe field? Not so much.