About two weeks ago, Dell announced it formed a new software group. In itself, this is not necessarily big news, but what gets us excited about Dell’s potential to finally become a serious software player lies in the man they hired to lead this new group.
The View From Forrester provides best practices and analysis of burning issues and trends impacting Information & Knowledge Management and Infrastructure & Operations professionals.
Rich Fichera weighs in on what Verne Global’s new hosting facility could mean for Iceland’s future as a global player in data center operations.
Ted Schadler lends some firsthand thoughts on using the MacBook Air in the enterprise.
Stephen provides five tips for aiding ITIL adoption in your organization.
ITIL bashing doesn't work - but we continue to do it, writes Stephen Mann, who also wonders how the detractors, buyers, and sellers of ITIL can meet in the middle.
Ted Schadler has some advice for RIM's new CEO: Stop fighting the consumerization battle and get back to RIM's bread and butter.
Can gamification help your business internally? TJ Keitt says yes - but offers some words of caution, too.
Are services such as iMessage and BlackBerry Messenger killing SMS? Ted Schadler believes so.
2011 was a challenging year for Infrastructure & Ops professionals - and 2012 won't be any easier, blogs Stephen Mann.
Atos decided to ban internal email within the next 18 months. What's your corporate email strategy? Tim Walters blogs that email isn't evil and has a place in your corporate collaboration strategy.