Two dynamic CEO-CIO relationships were on display at the SIM Boston Technology Leadership Summit, proving that reporting lines count for CIOs bent on shaping business goals.
As mobile apps for employees, clients and customers alter how enterprise work gets done, the role of the CIO and IT deepens.
A new report from Intel on its efforts to increase diversity at work is noteworthy for its transparency. Will it spark industry change? Also: Yahoo struggling to keep employees; wearables' upward trend.
Ansible's roadmap is open to new paths and possibilities, with a re-architected back end, new features and one of the largest open source suppliers to the enterprise at its helm.
Not every IT workload belongs directly under your control in the data center. Consider these IaaS pros and cons for example workloads.
The maker of the Vblock, VCE, is securing its role within the EMC Federation after the Dell-EMC merger as a converged platform division with new offerings in the works.
Cisco's latest supervisor switch engines lift Catalyst performance to handle more application-driven network traffic.
The virtualized network is outstripping hardware and fundamentally altering data center plans, though in the long run, it has the chance to revolutionize them.
This week, bloggers discuss switchdev and SAI, how vendors can improve their bug-catching efforts and the evolution of the Internet of Things.
Obama ups spending by 35% in the 2017 cyber budget, adds a federal CISO and pushes multifactor authentication, but still faces stiff Republican opposition in Congress.
PCI DSS is pretty specific about security, but does it do enough for mobile payment security? Expert Mike Chapple explains why he says yes.
The U.S. government has been criticized for its lack of updated privacy regulations. Expert Mike Chapple advises enterprises that want to bolster their privacy policies.
Can mob programming -- where the whole team works at a single screen -- boost Agile productivity? A game called The Power of 13 offers a glimpse of what happens when everyone tackles the same problem at once.
IBM Rational Quality Manager provides DevOps teams with enhanced code coverage tools, which aid with the planning, tracking and execution of testing tasks on their developed apps.
The FogBugz bug tracking software offers DevOps teams an interactive and collaborative location for reporting and detailing defects and changes in a variety of software projects.
CarePoint Health System installed Dell hyper-convergence and Nutanix software to boost its local SAN, and to cut cost by shifting electronic records to Dell's healthcare cloud.
Months after Catalogic made its ECX copy data management software compatible with IBM storage arrays, the vendors have jointly developed combinations of ECX with IBM products.
Cisco launches its largest FC director, the MDS 9718, which will be upgradeable to 32-gig FC when it is widely supported. Targets for this product include flash storage and DevOps.