The question isn't which apps to move to the cloud. It's which apps to develop in the cloud, blogs James Staten.
The View From Forrester provides best practices and analysis of burning issues and trends impacting Information & Knowledge Management and Infrastructure & Operations professionals.
A lot of "ifs" dominate Nokia/Windows Phone 7 discussion...but the end result could be relevant to the enterprise, blogs Ted Schadler.
If Verizon wasn’t on the shortlist for your cloud RFP, they should be now.
Enterprise customers are more interested in infrastructure-as-a-service than platform-as-a-service. But, the line is blurring, thanks to new offerings from Amazon Web Services and Standing Cloud, blogs James Staten.
Infrastructure & Ops pros are panicked. Why? Because they are ill equipped to support empowered employees. Rob Whiteley explains.
Richard Fichera provides thoughts on NetApp's acquisition of Akorri.
It's here ... but what does the Verizon iPhone mean for your business?
What will IT's role be in the business in 2020? Upcoming Forrester research will tackle this subject but Alex Cullen gives a preview in this Q&A.
After losing out on 3PAR to HP, it's no surprise that Dell felt compelled to make an acquisition in the storage space, writes Andrew Reichman.
Telepresence is one of Forrester's Top 15 technology trends to watch ... so why hasn't it taken off in the enterprise? Henry Dewing explains.