Web Applications

Software was once written to be installed on client systems, but programmers are increasingly turning to Web browsers to deliver functionality, both inside and outside the network. Web applications can easily be centrally updated, and improvements in Web development tools such as Ajax allow Web apps to update data in real-time, just like hard clients. The growth of high-speed Internet access and virtualized, "cloud" computing resources are driving the SaaS market, in which powerful applications are delivered via the Web. �


Articles

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 >

Windows 8: Something for Everyone

It's the most important release from Microsoft in years, so perhaps not surprisingly, Windows 8 has a little something for everyone, from mobile and desktop users to server and storage pros. More >

Will the Cloud Save the Virtual Desktop?

No one can deny that desktop virtualization has met with greater success than many other IT technologies over the years. After all, it's still with us. And yet, it seems it will forever fight against More >

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Interviews

IP Increases WAN Flexibility

One approach is to aggregate capacity from multiple providers and present it as one stream to the enterprise local-area network (LAN).

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Management in a Multi-Hypervisor World

The enterprise is all but destined to encounter a multi-hypervisor environment, either at home or in the cloud.

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How Parallels Intends to Make the Cloud Better

The cloud is commonly thought of as a mere extension of the data center, but this is not necessarily the case when it comes to application performance.

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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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