Has KDE Lost the Evolutionary Advantage?By Bruce Byfield
| Columns Article Published on June 24, 2015
Once a center of desktop innovation, KDE Plasma is suffering from over-caution and a lack of direction.
Who's Afraid of Systemd?By Bruce Byfield
| Columns Article Published on June 17, 2015
Can you believe that some Linux users are still opposing systemd?
VCE vs. AWSBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on June 08, 2015
VCE and Amazon Web Services represent two different approaches to IT infrastructure; the best option may be a hybrid approach that combines the two.
Raspberry Pi As Your Next Linux PCBy Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on June 01, 2015
Can a machine as basic as the Raspberry Pi actually provide enough function for the average user?
Dell's Annual Report to CustomersBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on May 27, 2015
Because Dell is a private company, it can design an annual report that is actually useful for customers.
Cloud Computing DR: Accelerating DevelopmentsBy Christine Taylor
| Columns Article Published on May 14, 2015
Cloud-based DR certainly offers big advantages of scalability and flexibility, but moving DR to the cloud also adds complexity and expense.
Data Protection Complexity Grows ExponentiallyBy Drew Robb
| Columns Article Published on May 11, 2015
Do all of today’s data protection tools work together well? A reporter surveys the solutions and products at the recent EMC World show.
Build 2015: Microsoft Got Its Heart BackBy Rob Enderle
| Columns Article Published on April 29, 2015
Microsoft's moves with Azure and Visual Studio indicate that it's returning to its earlier focus on developers.
Linux Freedom vs. ConvenienceBy Matt Hartley
| Columns Article Published on April 27, 2015
There are various different reasons for using the Linux desktop, and at times they can conflict with each other.
Deflating the Cloud BI Hype BalloonBy Larry Marion
| Columns Article Published on April 16, 2015
Business intelligence delivered via the cloud is showing early signs of maturity, with integration challenges (and IT opportunities) rising. Reports of the end of on-premise BI may be premature.