IoT might be the next big thing, but the next big hurdle for CIOs will be figuring out ways to architect for it.
For mobility expert and entrepreneur Bryan Barringer, sitting on a wallet all day is a real pain in the backside. The mobile wallet represents a new and improved way to pay.
Infosec professionals worry that mobile payment systems will increase the risk of data breaches, but experts argue their fears are overblown.
Red Hat users are in the midst of transitioning to Satellite 6 and have found some potholes -- and some big plusses -- in the move from version 5.
I deleted a partition on my Linux system, but I still see a boot menu. How do I re-install GRUB2 and not lose data?
Purchases of racks, cabling, power equipment and data center infrastructure management software top the list for data center spending.
Analysts say the addition of Cisco and Accenture will help efforts to standardize IoT wireless efforts, but hurdles remain.
Harvesting your networking data to generate business intelligence can be done -- if you know how to begin.
Cisco plans to acquire OpenDNS and use its security-as-a-service products to reduce the number of IoT threats customers face.
The OpenSSL project team will release a critical patch on Thursday and experts warn admins that the upgrade process could take days or weeks to complete.
The updated HITRUST Common Security Framework allows organizations to manage privacy, security and compliance with one framework. Here's how it works and what the update includes.
Expert Dan Sullivan examines the top security analytics products to help readers determine which may be best for their organization.
Gerie Owen provides an overview of ALM methodology, covering its requirements, development and maintenance phases and its core components.
Expert Matthew David goes over key factors to consider when buying mobile application development tools, like security, testing and hosting.
When it comes to choosing between Agile or Waterfall projects, Agile proves more valuable for helping development teams and stakeholders retain focus on the right software requirements.
Software-defined storage is among innovations that can ease long-term data retention with reliable access to data as hardware changes over time.
Software-defined storage has promise, but hypervisor and SDS vendors are making some of the same mistakes as their storage ancestors.
ITA Group cites primary data reduction capabilities as a key factor in picking Tegile arrays after it outgrew its EMC VNX system.