Three-quarters of 625 enterprises surveyed by cloud management firm RightScale are adopting cloud computing. Large enterprises with more than 1,000 employees are slightly more likely to have some level of cloud adoption than smaller firms.
Chief information officers at larger enterprises saw their base salaries increase by healthy 6 percent in 2012, reaching $182,210, according to data compiled by Janco Associates.
Windstream has taken the top spot in the 2012 North American VoIP access and session initiation protocol trunking market with more than 22 percent market share, according to analysis by Frost & Sullivan.
There's an old saying, "The more things change, the more they stay the same." That is not always the case, especially with IT. IBM, for one, announced a new plan last week to improve company
Building on a strategic alliance first announced in 1999, IBM and Cisco Systems plan to release a jointly developed offering called the Cisco Assurance Management Solution, which integrates
IBM is jumping on the bandwagon, and is taking a closer look at small and medium sized companies. Last week, Big Blue said that it would begin building blade server systems for SMBs--companies
All the recent talk about tight IT budgets not withstanding, the trillion-dollar mark for nation-wide enterprise technology investments is on the horizon. Info-Tech Research Group's Indaba Division
Do you know where your data is? Most CIOs really don't know where their companies' data is stored and managed (the data center?), but that knowledge is critical when it comes to
For smaller companies in particular, the decision of which enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to buy can be daunting. There are a great variety of systems, both in terms of functionality
Despite the continual spotlight on emerging programming languages such as Java, the death knell has not yet run for Cobol. The longtime favorite of large enterprises, it still runs approximately 70