IT mainframe pros will have to wait until Q4 to get their first look at IBM's Windows-on-zBX offering. Will it be worth the wait?
What is unstructured data and how should IT search on and store it?
What is application performance management, how can it reduce the number of availability incidents, and what best practices can help ensure your APM initiative is a success?
Three examples demonstrate how self-service in the workplace can help us streamline business operations.
IT pros believe Oracle's move has less to do with cost savings and more to do with a strategy to negatively impact the hardware sales of partner/rival HP.
When it comes to high-end data warehousing, Microsoft isn't promising something it can't deliver: it's been shipping a special release of its SQL Server 2008 R2 database since November of last year.
How enterprise social collaboration can benefit the enterprise.
This year, demand for tablet computers will actually help lift worldwide IT spending.
Will Enterprise 2020 be hosting a substantial portion of its workloads on GPUs or on other non-traditional architectures?
Introducing the "Total Architect" and the benefits this position can bring to your enterprise.
Things look good but not great for IT job seekers, at least for the next few months.
A new survey shows a disconnect between the security-first mentalities of auditors and the compliance-driven concerns of their employers.
It's time to start planning your transition to IPv6.
High-density zones strike a balance between the power and cooling requirements of different kinds of data center assets. The rub, of course, is that they'll cost you.
Nine out of ten enterprises say they plan to invest in new endpoint security technologies to help them better manage mobile devices
After all, if your company doesn't know what data center components waste energy, how can you change it?
Social technologies are now an essential tool for bolstering internal IT services and communications. We explain how to get started with this powerful, new approach to IT collaboration and support.
As mobile devices become more ubiquitous, they and not the Windows desktop will become Ground Zero for attacks and exploits.
Next-generation tokenization has the potential to help businesses protect sensitive data in the cloud in a more efficient and scalable manner than encryption and first-generation tokenization.
This year could be a tipping point for enterprise mobile applications.