IT organizations will soon see a common abstraction layer across both Linux and Windows. That abstraction layer will make it feasible for a single IT administrator to manage thousands of servers in and out of the cloud. More >
Jeffrey Barnett, portfolio manager for software-defined storage at IBM, says IBM is showcasing advanced deployments of software-defined storage technologies. More >
For certain applications, the mainframe is simply irreplaceable, and in fact, we may be at the beginning of a mainframe upswing. More >
The enterprise is being forced into a series of tough decisions regarding infrastructure, architecture and technology at a time when the use case for the data center itself is undergoing dramatic change. More >
Potential advantages of government-supported broadband tend to win the battle of media against opponents, but a case against municipal broadband deserves a look. More >
ClearSky Data today unfurled its managed cloud storage service based on a set of tiered services that are federated across a mix of solid-state and magnetic storage devices. More >
“Green computing” and efficient operations are inseparable. Whether or not you call it something that makes for a good bumper sticker, it’s all about efficient enterprise facilities management.More >
Dell conducted a study to fully understand exactly how technology is shaping the workforce and help its customers respond to these challenges and opportunities.More >
One Internet of Things expert gives his views on the lack of standards today and what that means for companies getting into IoT in the cloud.More >
Cybersecurity Ventures recently announced their Q3 2015 Cybersecurity 500, a directory of the 500 hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies to watch this year.
Jeff Bezos seems to have on blinders. The New York Times' expose on the internal environment at Amazon should be a huge wake-up call for him instead.
IT Business Edge's Paul Mah looks at the final version, and highlights a number of features that should make you love Windows 10.
For certain applications, the mainframe is simply irreplaceable, and in fact, we may be at the beginning of a mainframe upswing.More >
The guidelines in this document include requirements on servers to mitigate the execution of malicious or corrupt BIOS cod...
This excerpt from chapter 2 deals with contracting for maintenance for both hardware and software purposes in the initial ...
The purpose of this paper is to analyze IaaS protection options from the viewpoint of security functionality and the archi...
This chapter excerpt describes how to green your data center(s) and servers: choosing green suppliers, planning buildings ...