A new push by partners Cisco and Citrix might encourage IT organizations to take a serious look at desktop virtualization.
Almost half of U.S. information workers already split time between home, office, or other locations
The V-party may be a grassroots movement energized by widespread anger against the predatory behavior of storage and system vendors, but it seems to have followed the pattern of many movements -- technological and political.
New workloads account for almost one-third of MIPS growth, and mainframers are as optimistic as ever about the future of Big Iron.
Not all backup appliances -- enterprise or small office -- are the same. Use these parameters to help decide which one best meets the needs of your enterprise.
All things considered, the IT hiring outlook is extremely positive. That's the most important takeaway of a recent IT hiring survey.
The use of proprietary mainframe servers continues to decline -- for everybody but IBM. System z, in fact, is doing just fine. The rest of the mainframe field? Not so much.
Remember all the talk about runaway data center electricity consumption? As it turns out, it might have been overblown -- perhaps even alarmist.
Application performance must be evaluated by looking at what your end users experience, not just what dashboards tell you is going on.
With all the emphasis on cloud computing, applications must overcome browser-related performance issues.
A new report from security specialist McAfee warns that the information security sky is nigh on falling.
Are vADCs a wholesale replacements for pADCs? Can't these application delivery controllers co-exist?
Cloud storage is starting to catch on. Here are the basics you need to know.
Neither iOS nor Android has been designed with enterprise security in mind. That makes securing them a challenging proposition.
Attackers are reducing traditional mass-spam phishing campaigns in favor of targeted or spearphishing attacks.
Cloud computing is a popular architecture, and U.S. agencies are finally getting on board.
Two and a half years on, CA says it has substantially delivered on its Mainframe 2.0 vision.
There are few bright spots in a new survey of CIO hiring plans.
Best practices for keeping mobile devices safe.
With another strong quarterly showing for System z, IBM seems to have put its recent run of mainframe woes behind it. Or has it?