Data centers are mission-critical in today's information-driven business environment, but they've also become overcrowded, overheated, and expensive.
You don't typically think of Big Iron as a locus of Web 2.0 activity -- but IBM is trying to recast it as such
In the new version of CONTROL-M, BMC is trumpeting a job rollback and auditing feature, along with virtualization-friendly amenities
Sales of its System z mainframes helped propel IBM to the top of the server market. Unix server sales were also up.
A new survey finds that nearly 9 out of 10 IT employees say they'd steal privileged or confidential information if they knew they were going to be laid-off tomorrow.
IBM's InfoSphere data integration platform is brimming with mainframe goodies
IT must implement an effective, mature method of change management or experience significant downtime and negative impact on productivity and profits.
With the right investigative techniques, experts maintain, fraud-busters can connect the dots, uncover evidence, and combat fraud
Mainframe shops continue to look to Big Iron for increased operational efficiency and lower costs.
Almost all IT shops say that boosting energy efficiency is a clear priority, but comparatively few are actually spending money to do it
Used properly, project management offices can help CIOs make better decisions about how and where to spend their IT dollars
Just how favorably does Microsoft's Hyper-V compare to established products from VMWare, Virtual Iron, and Citrix?
A security researcher's speculation about a DNS flaw ignites another firestorm for full and responsible disclosure
Expect PSI's technology to pop up elsewhere -- perhaps in a low-end POWER-based mainframe
Microsoft seems serious about SaaS. If so, SaaS -- often seen as a disruptive technology -- might ultimately become a major disruptive market force.
HP's POD is innovative and visionary, analysts say. In a world chock full of both innovation and vision, that's saying something.
Thanks to this month's DNS vulnerabilities, a lot of patching will be taking the time of DNS administrators. In fact, it might even seem like 2002 all over again.
Visionary companies will push project and portfolio management from the top down to develop basic management skills at all levels
Enterprise security is an expensive proposition – one that's likely to get even more expensive as organizations take steps to protect themselves.
By now, IT and its line-of-business customers should have perfected the art of service level management. The opposite is the case, however.