Steven Nunn from the Open Group, an enterprise architecture framework and certification body, weighs in on the theory and practice of enterprise architecture.
Only when the pain and cost of the status quo becomes too great to bear will users start to make some noise.
In less than 18 months, perpendicular recording has gone mainstream. It is one of those little-noted technology innovations, but one that is extraordinarily important.
The application server marketplace isn’t the exclusive playground of J2EE and .NET: CICS is amply represented, market watcher IDC says
The release of CERT information raises a controversy between storage security vendors.
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Developers now must understand how development processes and decisions affect business and profitability. Is more visibility into their daily activities through IT governance a good thing?
How do you help businesses better manage information and increase the performance of their database and storage-related infrastructures?
New vendors trumpet products with lower price tags, but if they lock you into a single source, what’s the point?
Analyzing and unit testing each line of code is impractical in today's business environment. Discover an approach to check code standards and unit test large, complex Java code bases.
Thirteen percent of CIOs expect to hire new IT workers in the coming quarter
BI 2.0 gives you “one version of the truth” in real time.
Aligning IT and business is more than a marketing slogan. Learn best practices that let IT teams share requirements that align IT priorities with business needs more effectively.
Do what needs to be done to operate storage infrastructure with a quality of service you can live with.
What does ISS give IBM—and is it worth the $1.6 billion Big Blue paid for it? That depends, analysts say.
You can’t know if your enterprise IT is truly agile unless you measure it.
IT pros have long endured the slings and arrows of an employer’s marketplace. The tables are turning, but there’s still considerable disparity between the thoughts and perceptions of hiring managers and prospective job seekers.
The Wild West adage “Never trust nobody” should be a storage manager’s creed.
While salaries are rising, angst continues to rise