A whopping 82 percent of companies expect to support tablets for employees - welcome to the anytime, anywhere information workplace, writes Simon Yates.
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The simple fact is that if we want to live in an information society, we need the plumbing to support it. That is perhaps the most salient observation that the New York Times has made — there really is no cloud, just more and more really big data centers.
Forrester's Richard Fichera shares his key takeaways from SUSE's first user group meeting, SUSEcon 2012.
Forget disaster recovery. In today's world of 24x7x365 global operations and competition, I&O teams must deliver services that are designed for uptime but prepared for failures. Learn how to build the always-on, always-available extended enterprise with Forrester's new Business Technology Resiliency Playbook.
Your company is already using cloud services whether you like it or not, and trying to reverse history isn't an option. Encourage cloud consumption the right way by creating a policy that brings cloud use into the light where it can be monitored, managed and made better.
What does school dress code have to do with driving disruptive business transformation in your company?
Dave Bartolleti reflects on VMWorld 2012 and VMWare's push to return to the future of the datacenter.
End user computing is at the root of the VMware family tree.
There's never been a better time to be a mobile developer, writes Forrester analyst Michael Facemire.
It should come as no surprise that websites thrive on traffic. So naturally, it follows that driving traffic to your site is a strong motivation for any company looking to grow their web presence. However ironically, driving traffic to your site can also be a double-edged sword if your infrastructure is not properly prepared to handle the load.
Lauren Nelson weighs in on what the new Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface specification could mean for solving interoperability challenges in the cloud space.
It's time for the CIO to take control of the disparate social initiatives and create a uniformed strategy that lays out the necessary people, process, and technology changes to make a social business work. But how do you get there?
Is it time to start moving your workloads to the cloud?
The access and connectivity videoconferencing provides can have enormous impact on your business - but how do you get there?
Unfortunately I don’t often hear “strategy” and “IT service management (ITSM)” in the same sentence, unless of course someone is maligning the ITIL 2011 Service Strategy book or if an organization is justifying a significant investment in a new ITSM tool (to me this is too often the breeding ground for failed aspirations). Alternatively we often talk about (and are consumed by) tactical ITSM issues and our tactical responses. So where and what is your ITSM strategy? And where is your ITSM strategic plan?
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