Information workers can rest assured of two things: 1) cloud is here to stay; 2) on-prem is here to stay. What this means is that hybrid architectures will dominate the future. How can you be ready? Register for this episode of DM Radio to find out.
Survey results from Ovum and SAP show surging demand from cloud technology
Ventana's research into big data analytics shows that more than one-fourth of analytics initiatives for companies of all sizes are cloud-based.
Although bankers are (hopefully) less likely to store compromising selfies in the cloud, the infiltration of celebrities' iCloud accounts illustrates the danger of saving anything with a consumer-oriented cloud service.
Frost & Sullivan report points to key trends driving smart buildings, information and communications technology
Digital Business transformation is on the minds of CIOs and LOB leaders alike.
Data from Saugatucks global survey on Cloud and Digital Business adoption indicates tremendous activity worldwide, with the most activity among firms in the Asia-Pacific region
IT is the fuel for a digital arms race as companies work to modernize existing offerings to include digital components, and to deliver new digital-first offerings to explore and enter new markets.
Cloud has morphed into Cloud Business, which is becoming Digital Business, which requires not just a transformation of the firm, but a recurring rethinking and re-invention of the business
Deal designed to let more than 400 state and local agencies save money by pooling their computing resources.
The online revolution that began in the 1990s for consumers, has now virtually overtaken the world of business-to-business service providers. Practically every kind of business service imaginable can now be outsourced quickly and fairly easily to an Web-based provider. Of course, there are best practices for porting your data and processes to the Cloud, and failure to abide by them can incur serious long-term ramifications.
The next phase of personal cloud will impact mobile, wearables, networking and cloud providers
ABI Research predicts the enterprise mobility market will see huge growth in new cloud-based solutions as organizations look to mobilize quickly and easily
Third parties manage 70 percent of private systems, and that figure is on the rise, according to a report from Technology Business Research.
Spending was subdued, as clients took advantage of intense service provider competition and cheaper cloud computing and as-a-Service offerings to reduce their service delivery costs.