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Innovations in mobile computing have radically changed the way we interact. Now they’re changing the way we do business. While many companies still see mobile solutions as too cost...
Summary: IT operations organizations will remain under pressure to increase their value proposition to the business while reducing the associated cost. Increased automation and the...
Summary IT operations organizations will remain under pressure to increase their value proposition to the business while reducing the associated cost. Increased automation and the...
The end of XP support is inevitable and IT pros are tasked with maintaining a productive workforce armed with the tools they need to complete mission-critical projects daily.
A data warehouse can help change data to insight for your company, giving you the power to see what customers, markets and operations truly need. But deploying one can be risky, ti...
Along with the obvious areas of risk management -- such as data breaches and business continuity -- are several smaller issues that may be disasters-in-the making.
Consolidating staff and system platforms during a merger is a highly charged and complex undertaking -- and IT is right in the thick of it. Here's what you should know going in.
Guest blogger Roe Woerner, Director of the M.S. Cybersecurity program at Bellevue University, points out seven common security slips that organizations should address in new risk a...
Even the inexorable rise of outsourcing met with resistance, but IT experts seem to think cloud computing will escape a similar negative reaction.
Enterprise applications serve to support a company's core business, but managing a long list of IT infrastructure components creates a burden for most organizations. This realizat...