At the IT level, services are shared more than ever, thanks to cloud.
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Cisco projects that a mere 485 data centers will be handling close to half of the world's workloads and data in a few years.
Survey finds the vast majority of U.S. federal IT managers feel their systems are not capable of meeting the challenges ahead.
Thanks to cloud, a massive shakeup of the enterprise IT market has only begun. However, it remains to be seen how far enterprises will go in entrusting their infrastructures to outside parties.
A brief explanation of what a software defined data center means, and what it means to IT.
Pharmaceutical CIO ditches the data center, takes advantage of cloud buyer's market: 'Our business continuity plan is now one bullet: go home.'
A Netflix software engineer describes how the world's largest pure cloud service keeps on delivering.
The safest and cheapest place to open a data center? The United States.
Service oriented architecture and XML address transactional services, but enterprises still need a way to manage, digest and share information to complement these services.
Software as a Service has password issues. Platform as a Service has encryption issues. Infrastructure as a Service has rogue user issues.