BMC Goes Private in $6.9B DealBy Pedro Hernandez
| Data Center Article Published on May 06, 2013
Bain Capital helps the IT management and automation specialist follows Dell’s lead.
The Human Face of Big Data [Video]By James Maguire
| Data Center Article Published on April 19, 2013
The co-author of a book about how Big Data is affecting our lives talks about trends in this emerging technology.
Intel Moves to Revolutionize NetworkingBy Rob Enderle
| Data Center Article Published on April 17, 2013
The trends toward SDN and NFV could have major implications for telecommunications, as well as other networks.
Dell Goes Private for $24.4 BillionBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on February 05, 2013
Michael Dell pulls the trigger and buys back the company he founded.
Is IT Falling Short of Business Expectations?By Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on December 10, 2012
New research reveals some surprising attitudes about the role that IT actually plays in modern enterprise.
The Case for Early Windows 8 AdoptionBy Scott Alan Miller
| Data Center Article Published on December 06, 2012
Transitioning to the new OS sooner gives companies more time to take advantage of the benefits it offers.
VMware Spins Out Pivotal InitiativeBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on December 04, 2012
New virtual organization led by former VMware CEO Paul Maritz launched.
Microsoft Kicks Off Windows 8 Launch in NYCBy Pedro Hernandez
| Data Center Article Published on October 25, 2012
Top Microsoft executives descend on Manhattan on the eve of the Windows 8 launch. "For the first time ever, Windows has first-rate tablets," said Steve Ballmer.
Red Hat: We're Not Just About Linux AnymoreBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on September 25, 2012
Red Hat CEO emphasizes middleware, storage and cloud opportunities as revenues continue to grow.
Dell Hit by PC SlumpBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on August 22, 2012
Consumer PC market drags down Dell as enterprise business remains strong.
The Future of ItaniumBy Rob Enderle
| Data Center Article Published on August 08, 2012
The processor’s future will be influenced by vendor maneuvering.
10 Women in Tech Who Give BackBy Jessica Vartabedian
| Data Center Article Published on August 06, 2012
Ten tech pioneers working to boost the ranks of women in the tech industry.
Apple Nixes EPEATBy Pedro Hernandez
| Data Center Article Published on July 12, 2012
Apple once again stirs eco-controversy by withdrawing from the EPEAT registry of Green IT products.
Dell Acquires Quest Software for $2.4 BillionBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on July 02, 2012
Dell adds Quest's security, management and data backup solutions to its growing portfolio of software assets.
50 Top Open Source Tools for Big DataBy Cynthia Harvey
| Data Center Article Published on June 04, 2012
Hadoop, NoSQL databases, development tools and many more open source big data projects.
SDN: A Babe in the Enterprise WoodsBy Arthur Cole
| Data Center Article Published on May 17, 2013
SDN is still a long way from fulfilling its much-hyped promise, but that's not a bad thing. Art Cole explains why.
Open Season on Proprietary NetworksBy Arthur Cole
| Data Center Article Published on May 10, 2013
Cisco, Facebook, Avaya, and others open up to open source. What does this mean for network managers?