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In this Ask the Expert, analysts James Staten of Forrester Research and Kyle Hilgendorf of Gartner Inc. talk about how the majority of companies don't have a cloud architect, but should.
In this Ask the Expert, analysts Kyle Hilgendorf of Gartner and James Staten of Forrester Research discuss the skills a successful cloud architect should possess. Turns out, the best candidate is a jack of all trades.
In this Ask the Expert, analysts James Staten of Forrester Research and Kyle Hilgendorf of Gartner explain why companies need the services of a cloud architect.
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.
A healthcare system in Michigan reports that it saves countless hours of clinicians' time by using a single sign-on system from Imprivata.
When analyzing large quantities of patient data, patient information must be protected -- though there are some situations where physicians should be able to identify each subject.
Despite some early confusion because of splintered EHR systems, New Jersey’s CentraState Healthcare System achieves meaningful use stage 2 attestation.
Take it from the experts: Migrating an application to the cloud doesn't have to be as hard as it seems. But that doesn't mean you can jump in without proper planning and forethought.
Hadoop is becoming the popular enterprise choice for big data analytics, but getting your data there isn't so simple. Apache Sqoop is stepping in to help bring the vital data from your database to Hadoop.
HP surprised many this week when it acquired open source private cloud vendor Eucalyptus. The deal could be a boon to HP's private and hybrid cloud strategies.
It's time to knock down those silos, one by one. IT is transforming from a siloed set of reactive cost centers into a service provider with a focus on helping the business compete.
Incompatible programming languages, limited management capabilities, outages -- these problems and frustrations of IT life actually have the most training potential.
Leaf-spine networks are replacing traditional three-layer designs. Get the basics explained here.
NoSQL stalwart MarkLogic's database has grown to include many SQL database-style features. Next up is JSON.
Hadoop buzz dimmed down during summer's dog days. Its old pal MapReduce is somewhat to blame.
The field of log and machine data management gains a new player as the X15 Software platform for ingestion and queries. Also in the news, Teradata buys Think Big.
Developers increasingly rely on a variety of open source components, but a VerSprite researcher warns that security issues accompany many popular frameworks.
The security data breach public response times from Target and Neiman Marcus were noticeably different. Expert Joseph Granneman explains which one works best.
Security controls integrated into the new Apple Pay mobile payment system could strengthen the payment security ecosystem, but unanswered questions remain, like the ramifications of a lost iPhone.