IT Unmasked - Page 433

Revealing the Business Value of Innovation

The Business Value of Web 2.0 in the Enterprise

02 Sep, 2009

A lot of business and IT people still tend to think of anything related to the term Web 2.0 as being a consumer phenomenon. But over the last few years a wide variety of Web 2.0 technologies have ...More >

The Coming Age of the Sensor

02 Sep, 2009

If it can be measured, it will soon be. When you peel back a lot of the hype behind things like IBM's Smarter Planet campaign specifically, and business intelligence and analytics in general, what ...More >

EMC Co-Founder Richard Egan: An Appreciation

01 Sep, 2009

Back in the early 1980s when I had the privilege of running the news department for a publication called Digital Review that covered all the happenings in and around Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC), ...More >

The War for Desktop Virtualization

01 Sep, 2009

There's a new war on for control over the desktop that is as bitter as anything we've seen since the days when Microsoft battled IBM over the merits of Windows versus OS/2. It's way too early to say ...More >

Cisco Signals Intent to Deliver New Collaboration Platform

01 Sep, 2009

One of the fundamental problems with enterprise software today is that all the data and information we need to work with resides in any number of silos that are difficult to integrate. Although ...More >

The Continuing Evolution of Virtualization

31 Aug, 2009

One thing that is becoming clearer as we watch the continuing development of the ecosystems being built on top of virtual machines is the reinvention of system services typically associated with ...More >

Storage Specialists Could Become an Endangered Species

31 Aug, 2009

Everywhere you go these days it seems like some vendor is going out of its way to make it easier for some else on the IT staff to do their job. Companies such as F5 Networks now make it easier for ...More >

Blind Mice and the Swiss Cheese Security Model

31 Aug, 2009

For years now we have poured millions of dollars into making our network perimeters secure. The end result has been a massive sprawl of security appliances that are expensive to maintain and ...More >

The Business Case for Open Source Virtualization

31 Aug, 2009

Now that virtual machine software is rapidly evolving into becoming a platform, the next logical question seems to be: What kind of platform do we want it to be? Right now, both VMware and Microsoft ...More >

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