Infrastructure

Infrastructure management is a key mission of business IT, covering the gamut of tech resources, from client PCs to portfolio management of proprietary software and business processes. Asset- and project-management applications offer the same level of visibility that CIOs and tech pros have long employed to monitor network performance and use. Infrastructure management extends beyond code and computers to physical assets such as data centers and backup facilities.


Articles

Coping With a Cloud Outage

Cloud computing presents enormous opportunities for the enterprise, but it's critical to proactively prepare for cloud outages as well as outright provider failures. More >

QuinStreet Enterprise Research Examines Data Center Modernization Efforts

Eighty-eight percent of enterprises report that they are investing in their data centers, which are seen as having the potential to add value to the business. How will they do it? More >

Powering the Big Network

Art Cole explores hardware and software solutions aimed at optimizing energy consumption and improving the energy efficiency of your network and data center. More >

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Interviews

What CIOs Should Be Thinking About But Aren't

A candid discussion with 451 Research Vice President Michelle Bailey about what’s right and what’s wrong with many IT departments today.

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Global Cloud Integration: Now Available in a Region Near You?

More companies are demanding cloud-based services that are global, but also physically co-located with their regional offices.

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New Approaches to Application Management in the Cloud

Application management in the cloud hasn't been as easy as expected, but ExtraHop Network's Senior Vice President Erik Giesa offers tips to make it go more smoothly.

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

Nine Questions to Ask When Selecting a Security Vendor

Security Staffing

You need it. They claim to have it. What questions should you be asking as you hunt for the "just right" vendor to help you defend against the most sophisticated and determined adversaries? 

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Money Management Tools Help SMBs Predict Cash Flow

Why Higher Education Is Desperate for McAfee’s Comprehensive Security Approach

Cloud and Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity: A Perfect Fit

 

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