Tami Reller, a Microsoft Business Solutions veteran, has a new job as CFO of Microsoft's Platform & Services Division.
Best-in-class companies are more likely to adopt the IT Service Management (ITSM) approach to meet business needs, according to an Aberdeen Group survey.
Architects got an earful on the proper way to do agile software development at a recent IASA event.
Companies can get HP's Business Technology Optimization solutions via a hosted option.
Company rolls out product line to meet developer needs at the small-to-medium business level.
Product lets users collaborate across the Internet via Office-like suite.
New Enterprise Edition product makes it easier for companies to manage software development projects through the use of templates and improved collaboration tools.
Solution helps track software development projects and enables team collaboration.
Blogger describes community technology preview of latest Visual Studio Team System.
Some useful guidelines for choosing the the right IT partner. (Article courtesy of Redmond Developer News, July 15, 2007.)
Companies form partnership to deliver Salesforce.com CRM solutions.
Palamida rolls out software risk management solutions to help ISVs identify open source code in their applications.
Independent software vendors can get hosting and support at Microsoft partner locations under a new program.
From smaller deals to an increased interest in China, the face of outsourcing is changing, a new survey reports.
No one can deny the complexity of the enterprise architect's job in today's organizations. See how the job's varied roles will mean a rise in stature within organizational hierarchies.
Your activities outside of your job can be as beneficial as your activities within the workplace.
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?
Thirteen percent of CIOs expect to hire new IT workers in the coming quarter
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.
In the first of our four-part report, we look at compensation growth for professional positions.