Today's enterprise data architecture strategy has to address how to align existing data systems with growing information needs, capabilities and data sources.
Digital disruption has become a catch-all term used indiscriminately to telegraph that digital technologies have turned businesses upside down. That's about right. Now, how will your business survive the journey to digital transformation?
IT pros who are lazy, impatient and hubristic are just what CIOs need. Gartner analyst Danny Brian explains why in this SearchCIO tip.
Technologies like cloud and virtualization mean IT service continuity no longer requires an extra data center or two.
Some colocation providers say the best way to prevent data center downtime is to regularly pull the plug and see what happens. (Hopefully, nothing.)
By moving to the cloud, a business can offload some responsibility for lost or stolen data, but external penetration testing in the data center remains critical.
Hybrid WANs have a lot of benefits, but make sure you understand how they can work in your organization.
SD-WAN has a lot of potential for enterprises, especially as developers cobble together custom services and capabilities.
IDC says the Ethernet switch and router market remains healthy; retailers are ready to spend on IoT.
The contract for identity theft and credit protection services for OPM breach victims has been awarded, but protection notifications will not be going out to OPM victims until later this month.
According to recent research, mobile certificate usage is riddled with security issues. Expert Michael Cobb explains how to best control and secure mobile certificates in the enterprise.
While the consumer world is going Patch Tuesday-less, Microsoft is evolving its Patch Tuesday into Windows Update for Business for enterprise software. Learn what this change means.
Are you developing with Waterfall or Agile? Do you have a large business or small startup? Learn which ALM software suite best suits your organization's needs.
A part-time product owner can derail the best-run software projects. How do you deliver the right product when the business is less than fully engaged?
Mob programming is a new Agile software development practice, where six or more developers work together on a single problem. Here's how to get started.
Though software-defined storage products are praised for their cost efficiency and flexibility, many have overlooked the hidden costs for IT.
Object stores offer scalability that traditional storage systems cannot match. The challenge is making them work in a block- and file-based world.
Analytics applications for big data have placed extensive demands on storage systems, which Mike Matchett says often requires new or modified storage structures.