Untracked printing expenses can have a negative impact on any IT budget, warns Taropa Technologies.
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Social media is too often being passed off as a mid-level marketing function with minimal resource allocation, says BrandsEye.
This will automate the delivery of Ethernet services across its existing multi-vendor network and provide more service flexibility and agility for its customers.
Open source is used more than ever – but isn't open source security an oxymoron?
Companies must ensure the software or app developed does what it was designed to do.
The move to agile methodology, DevOps adoption and API proliferation is forcing a disruption in the testing market.
What the developer needs to know before applying for patent protection.
What can a business do to ensure agile adoption runs smoothly?
Security needs to be integrated into the way apps are developed. Here's how.
Customer demands for greater flexibility and visibility are driving the growth of software defined networks, to the detriment of the big network operators.
Application security requires confronting the fact that apps are primarily mobile - and the trend is strengthening.
The rate of technology change and the opportunities created are necessitating a new approach to IT strategy, management and investment. Customers need to break free from their traditional mode of operation by looking for ways to increase the pace of innovation and delivering business value. What does the future hold in store for us? How can we us technology to help make it matter?
The widening adoption of cloud computing in the enterprise is spurring the growth of a relatively new role in corporate IT – the service broker. So says Joseph Kim, senior director and GM of HP Propel at HP Software, who notes there are certain services that other service and cloud providers can provide to businesses much more efficiently and cost-effectively than IT. Click here to read the full interview.