Apple is looking to Cisco for a bigger bite of the enterprise market. What can CIOs take away from the Apple-Cisco deal? Also in Searchlight: Samsung takes on the Apple Watch; Google unveils a new logo.
Today, customers rule -- CIOs who don't submit put their careers at risk. Analyst Bobby Cameron details five binds that spell doom for CIO positions.
In this video, BPM expert Ken Lewis says that integration between systems of record and systems of engagement will help companies improve customer-facing processes.
The high-IOPS, low-latency potential of SSDs moves bottlenecks to the network. SDN offers provisioning adjustments to avoid any slowdown in the data center.
Cloud computing users have been able to pay just for what they use, but that hasn't been an option for colocation customers -- until now.
Technologies like cloud and virtualization mean IT service continuity no longer requires an extra data center or two.
An analyst cites the integration of two network monitoring apps; what does iOS 9 mean to the enterprise?
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.
We spoke with Tenable co-founder Ron Gula about current trends in security, such as threat intelligence services and the Internet of Things.
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.
The Oracle MAF allows developers to create cross-platform Android and iOS mobile apps using Eclipse and JDeveloper IDEs.
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?
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.