Fresh off the heels of Oracle OpenWorld 2012, Forrester’s James Staten offers insight on the company’s evolving cloud strategy.
The View From Forrester provides best practices and analysis of burning issues and trends impacting Information & Knowledge Management and Infrastructure & Operations professionals.
The Dell XPS 13 is a "symbol of hope for the Ultrabooks," writes Forrester's David Johnson. Just don't use it while eating a cheeseburger.
"Hope is not a strategy." Forrester's David K. Johnson outlines why you need a workforce computing strategic plan.
A whopping 82 percent of companies expect to support tablets for employees - welcome to the anytime, anywhere information workplace, writes Simon Yates.
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.