The End of XP: Choices for BusinessBy Scott Alan Miller
| Data Center Article Published on December 02, 2013
As businesses face the end of Windows XP, the options are many and varied.
HP Plants Acorns for Future Growth in 2014By Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on November 27, 2013
HP CEO Meg Whitman reports on her firm's financial results in 2013 and plots a path forward for the new year that will include 3D Printing.
Are Big Data Vendors Forgetting History?By Jeff Vance
| Data Center Article Published on November 25, 2013
Companies adopting Big Data strategies would be well served by taking a look back at previous emerging technologies.
EMC Ramps up for Private-Public CloudBy Rob Enderle
| Data Center Article Published on October 31, 2013
At its analyst event, EMC pointed out that some large companies are opting to build their own public cloud.
IBM Sells Customer Care Unit to Synnex for $505 MillionBy Darryl K. Taft
| Data Center Article Published on September 11, 2013
Synnex signed a definitive agreement to buy IBM’s customer care business processing unit for approximately $430 million in cash and $75 million in stock.
Exploring the Big Data StackBy Guest Author
| Data Center Article Published on September 03, 2013
This free excerpt from Big Data for Dummies the various elements that comprise a Big Data stack, including tools to capture, integrate and analyze.
9 Big Data Lessons LearnedBy Larry Marion
| Data Center Article Published on July 30, 2013
Early adopters offer insight on data management, visualization, and colocating data and apps in the cloud.
Software-Defined Data Centers Could Change the IT LandscapeBy Paul Shread
| Data Center Article Published on July 25, 2013
IT vendors like VMware, Red Hat and Citrix are close to realizing a decades-old vision of virtualized data centers, which could usher in an era of commoditized hardware and self-service IT. What will that mean for vendors, end users and IT pros?
VMware Grows Revenues with OpenStackBy Sean Michael Kerner
| Data Center Article Published on July 24, 2013
VMware raises its outlook for the full year as its Software Defined Data Center strategy pays off.
Finding the Small in Big DataBy James Maguire
| Data Center Article Published on June 20, 2013
Co-authors of Big Data for Dummies
discuss issues like Big Data use cases, structured vs. unstructured data and Big Data analytics.
Why You'll Soon Hire a RobotBy Mike Elgan
| Data Center Article Published on June 19, 2013
Robots will show up for work and transform your company. Are you ready?
Intel Intros Cloud Data Center SSDsBy Pedro Hernandez
| Data Center Article Published on June 12, 2013
The chipmaker floats new enterprise flash-based drives aimed at helping cloud service providers deliver blazing application speeds.
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.