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Are marketing executives really qualified to make business technology decisions? Time for IT leaders to take the lead.
Banks invest the most, retailers lag behind
Microsoft's Azure Stack combines elements of the Azure and Windows Server operating system platforms into a new offering for private cloud customers and hosting providers.
The two groups that must come together and bring their organizations into the digital future -- technology and business leadership -- tend to have divergent priorities and inclinations. How can we resolve this?
New survey finds a majority of IT managers now regularly survey business users on their 'happiness' with corporate technology.
Microsoft execs claim Windows 10 will be installed on 1 billion devices within two to three years time, meaning by late summer 2018.
A conflicting set of views is emerging on what technology enablement for a fundamentally human-centric activity can actually achieve. What do we know for sure?
Service as a Service: IT service catalogs are services in themselves that business customers appreciate.
Women account for less than 11 percent of info security jobs, and still more than half of them are expected to leave IT altogether because of hostile work environments, according to analyst findings.
New survey finds more than nine in 10 organizations use Agile techniques -- but are they delivering?
Cloud shakes up another staid space: "assume that your traditional technology provider will soon be dead."
Microsoft has pushed back delivery of its next on-premises SharePoint Server release from 2015 to 2016.
Technology priorities seem to have settled into a predictable pattern: security, big data, mobile and cloud. Everyone seems to know the drill -- for now, a least.
Microsoft is preparing to provide a first public look at Exchange Server 2016, due out in the second half of 2015, in early May.
Financial services marches into the software business.
Cloud computing has been a reoccurring theme at the ZDNet IT Priorities Roundtable discussions, and in Taiwan, the panellists were more keen than most to locate their corporate data somewhere it could be easily accessed, regardless of its geographic location.
The Malaysian ICT market is expected to bounce back to double-digit growth in 2010 after shrinking by 3 per cent last year, according to an IDC analyst attending the first ZDNet IT Priorities Roundtable discussion, held in Kuala Lumpur last Thursday.
At the Gartner Symposium/ITExpo 2009 in Orlando, Fla., Peter Sondergaard, a senior vice president of research at Gartner, says 2009 was the worst spending cycle ever. He adds that Silicon Valley will no longer be in charge of the rebound and emerging regions will drive IT spending and how it's deployed.
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