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November 13, 2014
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At the Clarizen@Work Conference, enterprise architects discussed the importance of cloud-based project management for providing better innovation and efficiency to enterprises.
Agility-based hybridization tools are key to the cloud's future. By using them, new development can exploit all the cloud's value.
The cloud and big data don't always mean Hadoop. Careful study is required before choosing the right technology, says consultant Tom Nolle.
Xen reboots through live migration and other tactics for patching the hypervisor vulnerability point to better resiliency in public cloud.
April Fools' Day is filled with pranks and practical jokes, so try your luck at this tricky cloud quiz. But read carefully, or the joke will be on you.
Azure App Service combines existing tools and adds cross-platform capabilities for streamlined mobile and Web application development.
Given all that's involved, migrating to a new website can be challenging. Here is a checklist to follow that can help lead you to a smooth transition.
From wearable devices to internet connected devices called NodeBots, embedded technologies are enabling the development of all of the cool, new devices that are colloquially being referred to as the Internet of Things (IOT).
Successfully managing a software project is always a challenge, but when a project grows into a globally distributed development effort, application lifecycle management (ALM) becomes a real challenge. So how does Liferay, an open source, enterprise portal do it? Senior software architect Ray Auge tells us how.
Most sync-and-share products encrypt data, but a growing number of vendors are handing encryption key management over to customers.
If your cloud provider stores your data outside of your country, does it mean you still need to follow local laws?
Object storage isn't your only choice when it comes to the cloud. George Crump digs into the benefits of alternative storage technologies such as NAS and block.
Cloud access security brokers can help enterprises enforce security policies in the cloud. Expert Dan Sullivan discusses the benefits.
A new report on government cybersecurity efforts delivered some troubling findings for the federal government's cloud operations.
Expert Paul Henry discusses how the draft NIST Special Publication 800-125-A can help enterprises better understand the threat landscape in a virtual realm.
Before you start buying new hardware, take time to evaluate why you need more cluster capacity and make a plan to anticipate future needs.
Our Advisory Board weighs in on how VMware VVOLs, an addition released in vSphere 6, are changing the storage industry.
Windows Server 2012 R2 includes enhanced support for Linux VMs, but some problems remain.
NoSQL represents the fastest-growing type of DBMS being adopted today. Is it right for you?
Cloud applications are no longer curious IT experiments -- now they're often on shortlists of deployment options.
New database updates address large-scale applications. Included are Couchbase Server 4.0 with multidimensional scaling support and VoltDB 5.0 with links to Hadoop data streaming tools.