How big of an impact will the Dell/EMC merger have on how businesses choose, deploy, and manage the key engines of their business technology?
In this new Stat of the Week, leading organizations give the Identity and Access Management power not only to IT, but to the average business user, as well.
When Microsoft announced their new lineup of hardware, it turned a lot of people’s heads. Is this enough to return it to the top of the tech world?
Through tech like SDN, smart businesses understand that by upgrading their overall network infrastructure, they can avoid downtime and networking disasters.
When it comes to the future of networking, it all boils down to how organizations leverage emerging trends to improve business innovation and productivity.
Software Defined Networking wasn’t just hype at VMworld 2015 — products at the show effectively implemented software defined technologies and principles.
Aberdeen’s Jim Rapoza reports from VMWorld 2015, where one of the big themes to come out of the show was converged and hyper-converged systems.
The latest Stat of the Week examines why enterprises are increasingly turning to Enterprise Rights Management to protect their sensitive data.
From a business perspective, there’s a lot to like about “Alphabet” and Google’s place in it, but did the rise of Alphabet and the design of the new Google go far enough?
Even if you’re using firewall protection in your organization, the cost of a DDoS attack could still be catastrophic, as this Stat of the Week shows.