Our ninth annual IT Priorities Survey indicates data centers will address upgrades and infrastructure improvements and take on new and emerging technologies.
Alfred Essa from McGraw-Hill and Mike Gualtieri from Forrester on serving the customer of one at Spark Summit East.
Digital transformation requires CIOs to rethink the way IT operates. At the center of the new IT operating model is product line management, explains CEB's Matt McWha.
Cloud computing is built on the x86 processor, but don't forget RISC processors -- simple, yet powerful chips that still drive some of the data center's most important workloads.
There are many advantages to SDDC adoption, but concerns over management tools and evolving IT skill sets have hampered deployment -- at least so far.
Once viewed narrowly as a gaming technology, GPUs have made their way into enterprise data centers, fueling initiatives around machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.
Cisco has introduced hardware that contains all the components for running virtual network functions. The new gear delivers Cisco VNFs in the data center and branch office.
This week, bloggers look into cybersecurity policies presented at RSA 2017, how to confront hybrid cloud challenges and the meaning of the SMS-Curvature merger.
The leading network availability monitoring tools troubleshoot networks deployed in big enterprises, as well as within service-provider environments that manage multiple domains.
A new type of macro malware has the ability to evade the detection of virtual machines and sandbox environments. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to find and remove this malware.
One expert warned there can be a disconnect between what security remediation means to CISOs and what researchers announce because of divergent objectives.
Ensuring security in big data implementations remains a problem for most enterprises. Learn about the reasons why this is, and how your company can protect sensitive data.
Software testers are under increasing pressure to become more technical. Expert Matthew Heusser is back with another 'more technical tester' article on learning to code.
Learn why no-code/low-code development platforms with drag-and-drop capabilities should be a welcome alternative for developers and simplified method for non-developers.
Low-code tools let nearly anyone build mobile applications quickly and efficiently. Here's why these development tools will continue to grow in popularity.
All-flash array storage TCO advantages, including reduced power and cooling and increased performance, can help an organization justify its use to store their active workloads.
Compare SAN and NAS architectures and learn what to keep in mind when using each storage system format. The rise of object storage and the cloud is also affecting storage choices.
Caringo FileFly powers Secondary Storage Platform that works with Microsoft DFSR and ReFS to offload passive, unstructured data from a Windows storage server.