Here's how Sanjeev Kumar, CIO, Adhunik Group successfully managed to bring the CEOs and department heads of the various business units and plants onto the same page.
iStream's co-founder and CTO, Chellappa Dhanukodi took on the challenge of getting iStream off to a great start by opting for Amazon’s cloud service. The Indian company is now confident of providing users with seamless and highly available video streaming capabilities.
Vendor lock-in is a treacherous shackle that restrains most enterprises’ IT systems, thereby restricting business growth. Read on to know how the ITC Hotel Group found a way to break this shackle.
The newly appointed exec is tasked with putting Big Blue ahead in the cloud race
Which technology skills will be in the biggest demand in 2015?
Cisco's making a big bet on cloud, but what exactly is the strategy?
The seven goals a SaaS security review should address.
So with all the legal uncertainty around cloud you simply have no choice but to take control and be responsible for your own data. Here are five data privacy protection tips to help you tackle the issue of cloud privacy.
Cloud users say scaling up a cloud is hard. We look at some tips and tricks for such users.
Binod Singh, President and CEO, ILANTUS Technologies, believes that as more business departments start making IT purchase decisions, it’s changing the way identity and access management (IAM) is built and sold. IAM will have to move from its monolithic past to a dynamic, fragmented, and user-friendly avatar.
Amitabh Srivastava, president for EMC’s Advanced Software Division is the man behind the storage giant’s much-talked about software-defined storage (SDS) initiatives. He talks in detail about EMC’s ViPR and why SDS has been wrongly-defined so far.
Computerworld India took some one-on-one time with Kaseya’s new CEO Yogesh Gupta, to discuss where he wants to take Kaseya in the coming years and how he plans to do it.
In this roundup of tech news from ComputerWorld for the week 02 - 06 December, 2013, we talk about Amazon Drone, Twitter fake followers, Indian Smartphone market, Botnet and Google's Compute Engine.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 18 - 22 November, 2013 we talk about Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Salesforce.com and the Indian IT market.
In this roundup of tech news for the week 28 - 31 October, 2013 we talk about Infosys, Dell, cyber crime and enterprise cloud.
Israeli cloud monitoring company Cloudyn has added support for Azure, helping companies stay on top of their Microsoft deployments.
Google is giving systems admins more control over Apps documents in an attempt to alleviate concerns about securing company data after moving email and productivity software to the cloud.
The IBM IoT Cloud Open Platform could ingest and analyze Internet of Things data for enterprises
My last couple of columns have addressed cloud adoption patterns by IT organizations. They have discussed the seeming ennui regarding cloud computing on the part of IT groups that they seem less interested in the field, despite the belief on the part of vendors that the cloud represents tomorrow's technology infrastructure.
My last post noted that the IT industry appears to suffer from cloud computing ennui. I also said that other evidence indicates that many IT users appear to have put cloud computing in the "done and dusted" category despite not really understanding it very well.
Despite the widespread use of remote desktop management tools, administrators must periodically descend upon offices and cubicles to upgrade or troubleshoot PCs.
A peek into some of the most unusual data center locations in the world. Here are 13 data centers that are built in unusual locations like mines, ships, trucks and even a nuclear collidor. Taking about common wisdom, eh?
Twelve security products you can buy for your hybrid cloud whether they run on-premise, in the cloud or a little of both.
We look to highlight some of the most innovative and unique data centers on the planet