To be sure your green efforts are cutting power costs, IT must use the right metrics.
Best practices for using network and application baselines to help predict service delivery degradations
In a tough economic climate, IT organizations will look to virtualization to reduce TCO, slash their energy costs, and keep up with competitors
Mainframes offer scalability, availability, security, and compliance, and are energy efficient to boot. No wonder their popularity is growing.
Green savings can be substantial. The trick, as one firm found, is to have all employees on board.
As interviews with IT pros make clear, IT organizations are responding to the economic crisis in very different ways
Network management is more than just knowing if devices are operating properly.
The next front in the struggle to make IT “greener” will unfold at your fingertips -- on the ubiquitous end-user desktop
According to Gartner, cloud computing still has some maturing to do
IT is moving toward total enterprise virtualization, a strategy that proposes to transform both the practice and the purpose of virtualization.
Chip densities are doubling every 24 months, but a new report says few applications can take advantage of the change.
With mergers and acquisitions and the growing need to cut data center costs, data center consolidation is on the minds of many enterprises. We look at the steps IT can take to make for a successful consolidation project.
What technologies and best practices can make a data center greener?
Many say that newer, tougher compliance is inevitable. What's at issue is just how demanding it will be.
Both NetMaster and SysView boast GUI and usability improvements. Along with a lower-cost software licensing option and you have pair of old tools reborn.
SOA often sneaks into an environment as part of a packaged solution within SMBs.
Four reasons you should consider an investment in IT process automation
Why is IT the last department to have automated tools?
It was a pretty good year, for IT spending at least.
Adopters cite OSS' low-cost licensing, flexibility, and -- crucially -- freedom from a Microsoft lock-in as its most attractive features.