For a number of reasons,
enterprises are doing far
less building and much
more buying today. The
consequences of this
transition have blurred a
once-clear ROI picture.
managers have discovered
that the right tools and
techniques can make
globally dispersed teams
nearly as effective as under-one-roof, traditional teams.
Employees at Hunter Dickinson clamored for wireless capability so they could
easily work from its worldwide offices in South Africa, Tibet, Mexico, Chile
But Hunter Dickinson’s Anthony Maw was leery about implementing wireless
capability in the company’s infrastructure.
Robert Richardson is the editorial director of the Computer Security Institute,
which provides training to computer, information and network security professionals.
A recent survey by CSI, along with the FBI’s Computer Intrusion Squad,
focused on computer crimes and security. During an interview with ADT, Richardson
examines how companies are tackling these issues.
App developers saw the largest jump in salaries
compared to other IT staff positions covered in the
survey for the second year in a row.
Java tools undergo an extreme makeover...
Thanks to the influence of Eclipse's open-source tooling platform, the new face of the Java IDE will
resemble a lean plug-in environment rather than the traditional feature-stuffed tool suite.
Technology evolves, and old tech fades away. But sometimes good tech gets replaced by something altogether worse, and gets sorely missed.
Jonathan Wu is senior principal with Knightsbridge Solutions, where he advises customers about business
intelligence and data warehousing. The firm recently issued a survey, declaring companies are finally taking BI seriously. During an interview with ADT, Wu examines these reasons.
Some enterprises are developing hybrid, or interdependent, applications that have both conventional (client desktop) and embedded (mobile or wireless) components.
Evolving business demands and ever-more capable technology are conspiring to rewrite the once-straightforward definitions that used to describe data warehousing.
Enterprises must first classify their data and then store it according to value, risk and the likelihood the information will be needed in a hurry.
Businesses are relying on data visualization software to wring greater value from their data,
get a better handle on their operations, satisfy customers and stave off competitors.