IBM executive says 70 to 80% of IT resources is spent maintaining existing systems; recommends massive consolidation.
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Two separate studies, one from Microsoft and the other from SAP, point to job creation as a result of cloud computing.
'Mainframes' and 'moonshots' are two words that were almost synonymous in the 1960s, as are 'iPhones' and 'apps' today.
Not everyone -- even small firms -- even small tech companies -- believes cloud computing has something to offer over on-premises systems.
Security has been a showstopper for cloud for some time. Is it now becoming cloud's best selling point?
Stuff happens, no matter how many 9s are promised. Developers are advised not to get too enamored with the cloud.
Are CIOs becoming 'Chief Insight Officers'? Latest IBM research finds they see their roles shifting away from system caretakers to decision support enablers.
Thanks to cloud computing and social networking resources, it now costs virtually pennies to secure and get the infrastructure needed up and running to get a new venture off the ground.
EMC: Cloud computing clouds IT employee satisfaction. But haven't we already been through much of this with mainframe computing?
SOA-inspired best practices lead to profitable cloud consumption