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The platform business model develops and derives value from the ecosystem of users it connects. CIOs need to be in on it.
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Pick up a cartful of DevOps advice from retailer Target, which moved to the DevOps culture in its data centers with a balance of stability and innovation.
Cisco has organized its Internet of Things portfolio into IoT systems to lessen confusion among customers.
Dynatrace expands while Extreme adds role-based policy management to its Summit line of enterprise and data center switches.
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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.
Two experts offer 10 tips for testing mobile responsive design applications, with or without software requirements.
Red Hat's roadmap for Ceph and Gluster products includes a unified management console, support for containers and protocol/interface expansion.
Condusiv adds an analytical engine to its V-locity software that boosts I/O performance in Microsoft environments.
DataDirect Networks announces plans for a hyper-converged system that can scale to petabytes, along with capacity improvements for its WOS platform.