If you're a Microsoft client, chances are this June has been hectic for you. Here's why.
The View From Forrester provides best practices and analysis of burning issues and trends impacting Information & Knowledge Management and Infrastructure & Operations professionals.
Outsourcing no longer means handing over the keys to the data center. Read how one company is doing it.
Need help making a business case for Green IT? Check out this video with Doug Washburn.
Let's be clear: cloud computing isn't your future -- it's a new part of your overall IT portfolio.
Every infrastructure & operations professional is under pressure to bring cloud technologies to your company – and fast. There is a fast path to doing so, but how far down this path is it safe to go?
The concept of Information Workplace is actively emerging. How does IBM's upcoming case management offering move the concept forward?
Ted Schadler gives his analysis of what Microsoft has accomplished with its Office and SharePoint 2010 products.
This morning Microsoft launched SharePoint 2010, the follow-up to the very successful Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007. As the morning progresses, I receive more and more notifications from vendors that are announcing integration strategies for the new offering.
Will you upgrade at home, or just work? Or not at all? Either way, get ready for the blitz, because Office 2010 has arrived.
This week was a reconfirmation that information management professionals are facing a perfect storm. Two years ago, we wrote on a topic we call "Technology Populism" that looked at both the business opportunities and threats presented by ubiquitous information sharing tools inside and outside corporate networks.