- January 11, 2017
Cloud and mobile application development are undergoing wrenching changes. You can thank -- or blame -- tools that empower citizen app development. What trend is next?
- January 06, 2017
More cloud resources from more cloud providers means more management headaches. If 2016 was the year of the multicloud, 2017 is the year to get serious about management.
- January 03, 2017
It's bigger than Pokémon. Augmented reality blends virtual reality's make-believe with the real world to create useful interactive experiences. Developers, start your toolkits.
- December 29, 2016
Google bet big in 2016 on machine learning and data analytics as differentiators for its cloud platform to make a stronger case to enterprise customers.
- December 29, 2016
With PaaS app development choices growing and prices declining, the right choice may come down to which one is the best feature-for-feature fit for different vertical industries.
Sponsored by Intel - IT leaders are preparing their organisations for increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) to extract the insights they need from growing amounts of data. To help them, Intel is enabling businesses to future-proof their IT architecture by building AI accelerators into its second-generation Xeon® scalable processors. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - Digital transformation changes how business processes are completed, with new apps and services being essential elements in the entire process. Understandably, the focus of many businesses has been on the design, creation, and deployment of these apps. But they are beginning to realize that they cannot afford to ignore perhaps the most important aspect of launching new software: user adoption. Put simply, if workers don’t use the new apps and digital services, nothing has transformed. Costly digital transformations can come to naught. This is not an edge case that most organizations don’t have to worry about. According to a McKinsey study, 70% of digital transformation initiatives fail, with much of the problem resulting from a lack of adoption. See More
Sponsored by NetApp - Here’s a simple truth for cloud architects of any background, whether developers, line-of-business managers or traditional IT: Nobody wants to—or even can—use yesterday’s practices to build the applications of tomorrow. See More
Sponsored by DellEMC - Security is the utmost priority for IT decision-makers in state and local government and education. Government agencies, schools and citizens are frequent, highly visible targets for cybercriminals, and their systems contain personal data that is extremely valuable on the Dark Web, such as Social Security numbers. See More
- December 23, 2016
The range of Azure features continued to advance in 2016, while Microsoft solidified the underlying platform and customers continued to await the delayed debut of Azure Stack.
- December 21, 2016
Major providers spent billions on cloud data center expansion in 2016 to extend their global reach, as well as address proximity and data residency concerns.
- December 16, 2016
The graveyard of public clouds is littered with traditional IT vendors, and it's about to get a bit more crowded. Cisco has confirmed a report by The Register that it will shut down its Cisco ...
- December 15, 2016
When Agile isn't agile enough: DNN transforms its legacy, monolithic Evoq content management system into a microservices, cloud-based, 'features as a service' architecture.
- December 09, 2016
Migrating legacy applications to the cloud? Formation Data's Mark Lewis says software-defined storage may play a role in easing the process. And you just might save money, too.
- December 06, 2016
Launched before mobile and cloud computing, the Microsoft .NET framework has gone open source, added tools for cross-platform development, and adopted a common library model.
- December 02, 2016
Experts predict multicloud computing will be a top enterprise trend in 2017, but some cloud users question whether the touted benefits are worth the jump over significant IT management hurdles.
- December 02, 2016
When Microsoft .NET launched in 2003, mobile and cloud computing didn't exist. Today, with dozens of development tools and languages built for the cloud, can .NET stay relevant?
- November 30, 2016
As the January 2017 demise of the Parse mobile backend as a service inches closer, a migration expert steps in with some last-minute advice. It's time to move your Parse.
- November 28, 2016
Bart Sano, Google vice president of platforms, talks about Google hardware choices in the context of enterprise demands, migration challenges and the next wave of cloud computing.