What should IT focus on this year? Some key issues from 2009 remain, but several new areas will need IT's attention.
IBM managers look at key events and company strategy from 2009 and explain what it means for customers in 2010.
From the Sun/Oracle acquisition to radical changes in the server market, it's been a topsy-turvy year in IT. We take a look at the highlights.
Experts report the Unix market is slipping by between one-fifth and one-quarter in Q3 -- at a time when other server segments seem to be stabilizing.
In the age of virtualization and cloud computing, administrators need a holistic approach.
IT must balance the need for reducing costs while keeping data secure, meeting compliance requirements, and improving services to business users.
Green IT is no fad. Paying attention to how resources are used to deliver information services in an energy-efficient, environmentally, and economically-friendly manner to boost efficiency and productivity is here to stay.
How IT organizations are managing the mainframe environment to reduce costs while delivering greater value.
Here are four steps you need to take to ensure your data is safe and recoverable when you use a software-as-a-service provider.
How intelligent software can help enterprise IT organizations meet service levels and protect the core business while using fewer assets.
A new survey finds that IT organizations are thinking strategically about the implications of "going green."
Big Iron data warehousing might be a pipe dream, but on balance IBM's zIIP engine has provided a bonus for data management in mainframe environments.
The virtualization environment requires new control policies, processes, and standards, and as these come into place they will require new audit process and procedures.
Gartner notes that existing energy monitoring and measurement tools are still too immature to be of use to data center retrofitters.
Looking for methodologies that enable you to cost effectively benefit from new technologies? Consider leveraging off-the-shelf technology.
Getting a handle on your IT servers can be difficult. We explain how one company tackled the problem.
If installed capacity is any indication, the mainframe isn’t going anywhere any time soon. Most mainframe shops have a huge MIPS footprint.
IBM's new System z Solution Edition blitz may boost mainframe market share, but IT must weigh a lower total cost of ownership with upfront costs.
IBM’s POWER7 product and services blitz aims to deliver investment protection for customers and keep System p revenue flowing prior to POWER7’s debut.
If there's some hyperbole in HP's ExSO pitch, there's some real substance, too -- it's all about mega-scale.