Digital transformation is a key part of aligning IT innovation and business strategies. The latest Tech Pro Research ebook offers insights, advice, and examples to help your transformation efforts.
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As the mobile enterprise expands, companies face the mounting complexity of keeping their assets safe from attack. This guide looks at trends in mobility management, areas of risk, and new tools for securing mobile devices.
Businesses are moving toward the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) model, but the transformation is far from complete. This guide examines current trends, best practices, use cases, and tools designed to manage the SDDC.
Today's enterprise software is focused on friendlier design and better support for a collaborative and mobile workforce, forgoing cumbersome functionality in favor of usability.
Considerable controversy surrounds the viability and value of the hybrid cloud. The latest ebook from ZDNet and TechRepublic analyzes the business advantages and potential shortcomings of an integrated cloud strategy.
The Internet of Things is taking hold in the consumer market and delivering business value via numerous technologies, but analysts warn that security has been left out of the equation.
Virtual reality and augmented reality may not have gone mainstream yet, but they're starting to take hold -- and their business potential continues to expand.
Spending on enterprise software is on the rise, bringing big changes in how applications are developed, consumed, and supported. This new guide looks at what you need to know about the shifting enterprise application landscape.
IT projects have traditionally taken from months to years, with the lion's share of tech spending going toward complex, long-term initiatives. This guide looks at the rising focus on more nimble, responsive projects that offer faster delivery and continuous improvement.
As IT leaders build next year's budget, they need to decide where to focus their resources and how to align their requests with business goals and IT strategy. Adding to the challenge, analysts are predicting that 2016 will be a flat year for IT spending.