At its spring conference next week, the Open Networking User Group will focus on enterprises extending their infrastructure to create hybrid clouds, a process the group says is too hard and too time-consuming.
Unforgiving boom-and-bust cycles, skills that go stale overnight, outsourcing: IT careers aren't all signing bonuses, Ping-Pong tables and beanbag chairs. Here’s a look at life on the job in IT through the years, from the pen of...
Virtualization revolutionized IT. Now cloud models are poised to dramatically change IT again. Public cloud solutions such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are gaining in popularity as enterprises look for ways to increase
Flashback to the early 1980s, when this project manager pilot fish is working to help bring an aging factory into the computer age -- and he's not getting any help from a programmer who wants fish's PC.
This paper explores the macro trends that are generating a need for unified monitoring tools. It identifies the business drivers for adopting such tools, including the key considerations for earning a return on investment.
Lucas Watson, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer at Intuit, discusses the complex nature of their business and how they use content marketing along with the growing importance of marketing technology in the role of the CMO.
In an increasingly competitive environment, ideas can differentiate businesses and fuel their growth. SMBs need to get behind ideas and the people that create them. They can do that by encouraging a culture in which ideas thrive, and
The interplay between store associates and in-store technology has always been a delicate balancing act. When the tech helps the associate be an all-knowing partner to the shopper, it's a great thing. But when the tech is deployed so...