Microsoft releases its next-generation Windows platform, highlighted by Windows Server 2008.
Data integration vendors cite growing interest among new and existing customers in mainframe data connectivity solutions.
As companies virtualize physical servers and provision processor and memory resources to specific virtual machines (VMs), delivering I/O to these VMs presents the next set of challenges. We examine these and look at two I/O solutions: InfiniBand and 10 GbE.
How long is the DR-related outage you budget for? A few days -- a week -- or longer?
ID theft usually involves time-tested methods such as telephone fraud than blockbuster data breaches
IBM is aiming its Information-on-Demand pitch to both IT professionals and business decision-makers
Creating state-consistent point-in-time snapshots is now possible in server virtualization environments
Virtualization took center stage again last week, as both IBM and Sun unveiled ambitious new virtual offerings
In an age of Sarbanes-Oxley and similar regulatory measures, how could a single rogue trader have racked up more than $7 billion in losses?
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
Were System z's third-quarter shortfalls an aberration or a harbinger of a rough year ahead?
Will Microsoft's server virtualization push change the rules of the game?
Solaris running on the mainframe? It's far from a pipedream.
Fasten your seatbelts -- it's going to be a bumpy year.
The hiring outlook for early 2008 looks as solid as ever, with double-digit IT job growth forecast by at least one industry watcher
While industry watchers once encouraged customers to think about transitioning away from pre-relational DMBSes, they’re now backtracking
Information Server seems tailor-made for Big Blue’s bring-it-all-back-home to System z philosophy -- particularly with respect to data processing workloads.
The mid-size enterprise needs simple, fast, reliable, and secure ways to transfer large files. PDP and UDP technologies may provide the answer.
New site and new resources offer corporate planners a strategic approach to greening their IT operations.