Many organizations are overspending on capacity they don't need, deploying flash in the wrong places, and inefficiently spending on flash applications that are not appropriate for their real business objectives.
They might not tell you, but your business peers think your department is too slow. Here’s how to change that.
Manufacturing giant GE is really eight companies in one. EMEA CIO Neil Dyke finds common technology ground.
Even as patient information moves to electronic records, important data is often siloed.
How IT needs to get ready for the next wave of connected devices.
Changing jobs is one of the most traumatic professional experiences of your life. Throughout the hiring process you are being evaluated. However, it shouldn't be a one-way street.
Calculating the real ROI of cloud apps requires the analysis of a lot of factors, and cutting corners on that process means you might not save money.
Public APIs let customers connect to you in new ways.
When it comes to developing enterprise applications, organizations are increasingly realizing that user experience is as important as functionality. In response, vendors are taking a more agile approach to building those apps in order to better meet users' needs.
Traditional PC sales are down. There's no arguing that. However, it’s misguided to assume it’s the result of a failure on the part of Windows 8. Rather, it's because the definition of "PC" is evolving.
McKenty isn't the first one to broach the idea of hardware resources as "cattle"; formerMicrosoft BI/SQL executive Bill Baker may have been the first to use it, but McKenty says it's an apt analogy for IaaS cloud computing today.
Facebook Home's features include a cover feed that rotates through the most recent photos, status updates and links that your Facebook friends post; a redesigned notification center; and "Chat Heads," which are chat bubbles that pop up when someone messages you on the social network.