In this series, we look at the responses to our IT Priorities survey to find out just what business professionals around the world -- and in specific regions -- see to be their most important IT issues. These articles drill down into the wealth of data we've collected to bring you new insights around what your peers are thinking and doing. Stay tuned for more coverage.
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Are IT departments being crushed by increasing digital business demands? A survey of 470 IT professionals suggests this may be the case.
IT managers are also getting some attention in the way of more control over what Dropbox for Business users can share.
Lyft is also retooling the marketing angle for Lyft Line, a carpool-like option now being spun toward co-workers going to the same office from neighborhoods in the same proximity.
Available now for iOS and Android, Okta Mobility Management is already in production with multiple Okta customers.
The third quarter has been a busy one for the San Antonio-headquartered company. At the beginning of September, Rackspace was on the block for a joint venture or outright acquisition.
Many Scrum-inspired projects end up being 'Bad Agile,' weighed down by forms, procedures and meetings. Scrum's creator wants to set things straight.
A recent survey by WildPackets shows that 802.11ac is making in-roads into the enterprise as well as the home.
OpenStack cloud technology is getting very popular, but how should your business use it: By deploying an OpenStack distribution in your servers or data center, or by using it as a service from a service provider?
Security, cloud and analytics top 2015 wish lists.
Tech Pro Research's latest report shows how the technology landscape will evolve over the next three years, identifying the products and vendors that will stay relevant, and those that will become obsolete.
This latest ebook from ZDNet and TechRepublic looks at key issues that tech and business leaders need to consider as they develop a strategic roadmap for the years to come.
Technology might be developing at a breakneck pace, but core business goals remain the same. Here's a strategy for making sure IT supports them.
Gartner has been identifying emerging technologies and placing them on its Hype Cycle diagram for two decades. We examine the entries from the last dozen years to see how the analyst firm's predictions have fared.
Tech decision-making isn't just about evaluating the next big thing. It's also about determining which approaches and solutions to leave behind.
It's no longer fashionable to criticize enterprise IT as it once was. That's because the Internet has definitively won the competition and is leading the way in tech innovation. But for proactive organizations, it doesn't have to be that way.