Expect the IT landscape in 2014 to look a lot like that of 2013 in terms of what is hot, according to new research from IDC. There just may be a bit more to it.
A recent report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission warns that Chinese cyberespionage poses a "serious threat to U.S. business interests and competitiveness in key industries."
Moving is what Flexi-Van Leasing is all about, so the company decided to move its storage to the cloud in 2013, finding reliability, cost savings and peace-of-mind in the process.
Top news stories for Dec. 2, 2013.
When it comes to the adoption of mobility, social networks, cloud computing and big data, things may not be as rosy as they seem at many organizations, a new study reveals.
Top news stories for Nov. 22, 2013.
Recently released IBM research on cloud adoption produced a few surprising results, writes Ellis Booker on InformationWeek. IBM divides respondents into three categories based on the results: Chasers, Challengers and Pacesetters.
Analyst Allessandro Perilli says open-source cloud platform OpenStack is a long way from being enterprise-ready.
Hong Kong's government-run Cyberport initiative offers startups and entrepreneurs an easy way to set up and provision cloud computing resources, reports Datamation.
Top news for November 15, 2013.