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IoT has joined the long and ever-growing list of acronyms IT professionals love to invoke when talking shop. The difference with this acronym is that -- despite its techie ring -- it stands for business transformation.
Can IBM bring cognitive computing to the masses? That's the mission for IBM's new Cognitive Business Solutions group. Also in Searchlight: Apple breaks up with VMware; Dell might buy EMC.
Part two of this SearchCIO feature story on cloud contract negotiations examines cloud provider liabilities and the importance of CIO peer review.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
Vendors of unified communications systems are aware of the value their products offer to healthcare providers with telemedicine technology.
Salesforce, with the announcement of its Health Cloud, isn't the first notable vendor to venture into healthcare as an outsider. How should we expect the move to go?
Health IT groups reacted positively to moves by CMS and ONC to relax meaningful use reporting and EHR certification requirements and to delay stage 3.
The EU high court's decision to strike down the Safe Harbor agreement shouldn't hurt large cloud companies or their users, but long-term questions about data privacy remain.
The DevOps model is taking off as cloud adoption grows. But what exactly are the key responsibilities of a DevOps team in the enterprise?
Rackspace's Fanatical Support for Amazon's cloud gives customers AWS managed services for less than the cost of AWS Enterprise Support.
Dell finalized its purchase of EMC this week, in a deal that analysts said could pay dividends for enterprise customers – if it succeeds, that is.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt is taking on his biggest challenge yet to reinvent the company on the idea that its new platform will unite the Industrial Internet of Things.
IBM Watson continues to push the envelope for what can be done with technology and some fear the cognitive computing system will push IT pros out of a job.
Tracking 'What is Hadoop?' is getting more complex as the potential components of Hadoop systems increase -- and core elements such as HDFS are augmented by possible alternatives.
The latest version of MongoDB finds the NoSQL database running on a new WiredTiger storage engine. Better performance and data compression are among MongoDB 3.0's touted benefits.
The DataStax Cassandra engine is now Spark-certified. The move is one of several for the database on a possible upswing, further evidenced by a new deal with Microsoft.
China's government has reportedly arrested a number of Chinese hackers suspected of involvement with attacks on the US, but one expert is unsure this will lead to more cooperation between nations.
Physical point-of-sale security is covered in PCI DSS. Expert Mike Chapple explains how to use good security practices and understand PCI requirements for POS terminals.
The vulnerability disclosure debate rages on: Enterprises should know they are at risk, but vendors need time to patch flaws. Which side should prevail? Expert Michael Cobb discusses.