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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While the C-suite sometimes seems too crowded today, it's also clear that technology is underrepresented in the leadership circle as digital in all its forms deeply infuses the modern organization.
New report predicts Amazon Web Services will rule the enterprise world in 10 years. We'll see.
Before you allow yourself to get buried in cloud, it's important to remember key lessons learned in the SOA world.
The whiz kid behind US President Barrack Obama's re-election campaign shares some advice on attracting IT talent and vents his frustrations about the term 'big data'.
McAfee's chip-to-application security suite dives into the hardware and mobile operating systems while cutting back on traditional antivirus scanning methods.
More than ever, enterprises need IT managers' brains, not brawn.
New survey of 2,000 chief information officers finds widespread inability to innovate; and a lot of concern about finding and retaining skills. Top recruiting target: enterprise architects.
The sheer proliferation of new online devices and digital consumer channels is pushing leading-edge companies to rethink how they connect with and engage their customers. Here's how an integrated portfolio of technologies including self-service mobile apps, customer communities, and open product development is reshaping today's customer journey.
Enterprise software startups continue to surge, and IT services company Apptio is proving to be no different.
IBM eats its own dog food, reporting significant cost savings and more customer interactions with its private cloud.
Global consortium GreenTouch touts a model encompassing various topologies and protocols which can help telcos reduce network energy consumption by 1,000 times.
Center will enable businesses and researchers to refine and analyze big data for their projects, and aims to bring the industry's level to that of global technology firms which it says is 2 to 5 years behind.
The open cloud company is attributing the Q1 revenue miss to "currency exchange rates."
Gartner predicts employees will be expected to provide their own mobile devices for work; foresees more back-end cloud infrastructure to support it. Their advice: keep it simple.
Cisco's latest global trends report examines just how much IT pros are in touch with industry trends, such as software-defined networking and the Internet of Things.