Cloud services, virtualization, mobile devices, and social networking can keep your business going when catastrophes hit. Here’s how these tech trends can help you better your DR and BCP planning.
Unsanctioned devices, compromised networks, and downtime among others—today's IT is all about embracing imperfections.
Would you trade your thousand-page outsourcing contract--the one that provides commitment, certainty, and clear-cut requirements and pricing--for a much simpler master services agreement and a handshake with your IT service provider? - Thomas Young Partner at outsourcing consultancy and research firm Information Services Group (ISG)
Henry John Seddon, VP-Global Field Marketing, QlikTech, speaks about BI, Business Discovery, big data, in-memory analytics, and how businesses can extract maximum value from these technologies. - Henry John Seddon VP-Global Field Marketing, QlikTech
From the always-on salesperson to the clock-punching hourly worker, companies will need to weigh the pros and cons of including each worker type in a BYOD program.
No-code, low-code, and cloud-based offerings give developers even more options for rapid prototyping and deployment of mobile apps.
Computerworld talked to tech veterans and analysts who share their insights on current buzzwords and whether they will be here to stay.
In an average week, I work about 55 hours. You probably won't be surprised to learn that I work from home. I say that because, in my experience, people who work from home tend to work harder. - Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols
They might not tell you, but your business peers think your department is too slow. Here’s how to change that.
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.
To retain and provide more value to its customers, Genpact did something unusual: It cut IT costs.
Adriana Karaboutis, Global CIO at Dell, speaks about being a part of business transformation and the internal IT team’s role in helping make this happen in rapid time. - Adriana Karaboutis Global CIO, Dell