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In this Ask the Expert, IDC analyst Vernon Turner advises CIOs on the near-term impact of the IoT on data centers and the upgrades they'll need to handle the flood of IoT data.
DaaS, BYOD and Linux support made the experts' list of the big trends of 2014, and they hope the pain points associated with those technologies will find solutions in the coming year.
To tailor and improve customer experience, companies need to balance customer experience analytics tools with human insight.
In this Q&A, ARMA 2014 Conference presenter Barclay T. Blair discusses how information governance strategies can help with big data risk management.
Certain Hyper-V default configurations should be changed for better performance before using the servers in a production environment.
During the 17th annual Cisco Partner Summit 2013, company executives put the spotlight on three key topics for partners: Opportunities in the midmarket The importance in the cloud The imperative to begin transitioning to a "hybrid IT" business model today In reference to point #3, what do you think...
While iOS configuration profiles may not be a long term device management answer, for now they provide IT plenty of utility when managing Apple devices.
Identity management (ID management) is a broad administrative area that deals with identifying individuals in a system (such as a country, a network, or an enterprise) and controlling their access to resources within that system by associating user rights and restrictions with the established...
Networking analysts predict what 2013 has in store for data centers, campus LANs, network management, security and software-defined networks.