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VMware continues to make progress with cloud-native computing. Find out how the company is directing its efforts.
Channel management is moving to a new level! Your channel can be a business maker or breaker. Channel success directly correlates to your ability to extend market reach, achiev...
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing business and commerce.
Continuous integration promises lofty benefits, automating much of the dev process and speeding up time-to-market. But as Nick Hardiman explains, it's not without its pain points.
Sometimes projects go downhill. And sometimes they crash. Savvy managers recognize the signs, step up and take necessary action, learn from the experience -- and help the team learn from it too.
Major corporate and manufacturing organizations are facing challenges in dealing with large numbers of activities which involve assets, people and customers. Data management to eff...
Read about 10 "must haves" your data center needs to be successful.
These 10 strategies will bring a tailored approach to managing business apps in an increasingly mobile-driven world.
It's not your fault when an older application isn't compatible with a newer OS, but clients may not see it that way. The key is to educate clients about how to minimize such issues.
Small and midsize businesses approach tech spending with an abundance of caution -- but there are numerous strategies for making sure it's money well spent.