Following an automotive industry pattern, the tablet market continues to fragment into differentiated niches.
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Forrester’s Richard Fichera explains why HP’s newly unveiled Moonshot 1500 server represents both a significant product today and a major stake in the ground for future products, both from HP and eventually from competitors.
Forrester's Stephen Mann shares that while SAM has been on the corporate agenda for well over 10 years, it has been difficult for organizations to both justify and then execute SAM initiatives. But this is changing, and cost reduction is the key driver.
Data from Forrester's global Forrsights Workforce Employee survey shows that tablets are being used dynamically and deeply for a wide variety of work-related applications.
Drawing from new Forrester data, J.P. Gownder explains how tablets are driving business success by increasing worker productivity.
The CIOs role in the workforce experience is often overlooked but, more and more, technology plays a central role in your employee's experience.
Forrester's James Staten offers insight into VMware's newly announced public cloud offering and what it means for the channel, infrastructure and operations pros, and the corporate data center.
This week at the VMware Partner Exchange, CEO Pat Gelsinger and staff decided to demonize Amazon Web Services and their public cloud brethren in a very shortsighted defensive move that frankly betrays the fact that they don't understand the disruption they are facing.
Selecting the right IT service management tool has never been easy, and software-as-a-service now adds an extra dimension of complexity. Forrester's SaaS ITSM Tool Market Overview covers the who, where and what.
Are we a mobile first society? And, if so, how are developers keeping pace with the shift? Looking at recent data, Jeffrey Hammond is worried that development teams are not prepared .