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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Microsoft is consolidating a number of its standalone IT pro-focused tradeshows into a single unified event, slated to kick off in May 2015 in Chicago.
Three tiers that help clarify the degree of time and money that should be devoted to cloud services.
DDoS-style attacks have been on the rise in the last year, although recent studies have suggested enterprise IT departments have been shoring up security infrastructures finally.
As information technology tears apart entire industries, we have to ask: are we crossing the chasm or falling into a chasm?
Microsoft is continuing to attempt to reduce Windows 8.x hurdles for its business users with a new app-management tool called Windows Apportals.
Emphasize the 'service' in IT service management.
Microsoft warns of pending support deadlines for Windows 7, Office 2010 SP1, Windows Server 2003, and more
Microsoft officials are beginning to sound the support warning bell for customers running a number of its popular products, including Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, and more.
CompTIA survey finds mobile device integration to be a work in progress.
But the increase in pay did not meet original expectations
The 'bring your own device' trend may have crested, due to concerns about security and control.
Microsoft quietly released an update for its Windows RT operating system that allows users to automatically update from Windows RT to Windows RT 8.1. The goal: Get users current.
One of Microsoft's main goals with 'Threshold,' the next major version of Windows, is to win over Windows 7 hold-outs. Here's the latest on Microsoft's plan, according to my sources.
Amazon Web Services can't read a CEO's mind. But a CIO may at least know how to deliver what he or she wants.
Microsoft officials explain the causes of the back-to-back Lync Online and Exchange Online outages experienced by a number of Office 365 users this week.
Survey finds CEOs are getting more intimately involved in enterprise decisions, potentially usurping CIO and other traditional IT leaders' roles.