Columns Index

Will iPhone Problems End Apple's Winning Streak?
By Mike Elgan | Columns Article Published on February 16, 2018
Grappling with challenges, Apple could release a revamped iPhone X and entice the enterprise with offerings around integration, security, cloud services and A.I.
Oracle’s Cloud: Perception vs. Reality
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on February 14, 2018
Oracle has announced some impressive cloud computing capabilities. Will those promises be enough to attract customers?
Is WINE Linux Enterprise Friendly?
By Matt Hartley | Columns Article Published on January 22, 2018
The WINE software can useful, but faces some key challenges for a long term approach.
Cisco: Applying Decades of IT Knowledge to the Connected Car
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on January 18, 2018
Connected and autonomous vehicles will need far better and safer networks. Will they be built?
Recreating ERP in the Cloud
By Jeff Kaplan | Columns Article Published on January 17, 2018
Businesses must confront their biggest enterprise application challenge in the era of digital disruption – revamping their enterprise resource management (ERP) systems to keep up with the times.
Linux Microsoft Office Alternatives
By Matt Hartley | Columns Article Published on January 16, 2018
There are a wide array of Linux alternatives to Microsoft Office, including options available with varied levels of docx support.
Debian vs. Linux Mint: The Winner Is?
By Matt Hartley | Columns Article Published on January 09, 2018
A point by point comparison of the Debian and Linux Mint Linux distributions. Which one is best for you?
AppZen's AI-Based Expense Approval (Or How to Take the Fun out of Audit)
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on December 20, 2017
Artificial intelligence can make it a lot harder to cheat on your expense report — and that could have very positive benefits for corporate culture.
The Open Source Funding Conundrum in 2018
By Matt Hartley | Columns Article Published on December 18, 2017
Amid the attitude of "open source means no cost," how can open source applications that lack enterprise support pay their bills?
AMD Makes Epyc Move on Microsoft Azure
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on December 06, 2017
The processor manufacturer now has a beachhead in the lucrative cloud computing infrastructure market.
The AWS Cloud 'Everything Store': Too Much Choice?
By Matt Asay | Columns Article Published on December 05, 2017
The AWS cloud launched 300 services this year, or roughly 3.5 new feature releases each day. Can businesses and developers keep up?
Advice for Companies: How to Keep Your Cloud Moving Forward
By David Linthicum | Columns Article Published on December 04, 2017
What trends do businesses need to weigh as they work to make the most of their cloud computing deployment in 2018?
Linux Successes (And Failures) in 2017
By Matt Hartley | Columns Article Published on November 28, 2017
Some of Linux's challenges are legacy, while Linux's successes tend to be in newer, emerging sectors.
Why Broadcom’s Attempt to Buy Qualcomm Faces Major Challenges
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on November 14, 2017
The proposed merger between the two chipmakers seems unlikely to go through.
Serverless vs. Containers: How Serverless Will Win
By David Linthicum | Columns Article Published on November 01, 2017
Serverless will dominate in cloud computing, but containers will impact the cloud as well.
Cisco and Google Create Powerful Hybrid Cloud Partnership
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on October 27, 2017
With Cisco doing the heavy lifting, this new solution could be just what enterprises need.
Should You Use Linux Mint's Debian or Standard Edition?
By Bruce Byfield | Columns Article Published on October 24, 2017
Linux Mint's Debian and Standard Edition are clearly different. One or the other may be a far better choice for you, based on your workflow and preferences.
CIOs Leveraging AI and Machine Learning For ITSM Goals
By Jeff Kaplan | Columns Article Published on October 23, 2017
As AI and ML become more critical, CIOs are finding ways to leverage these emerging technologies.
Why Linux Works
By Matt Asay | Columns Article Published on October 11, 2017
Amid the big cash and fierce corporate jockeying around Linux, it’s the developers who truly give the operating system its vitality.
NVIDIA Drive PX Pegasus: Beyond Autonomous Vehicles
By Rob Enderle | Columns Article Published on October 11, 2017
NVIDIA has announced hardware that could enable driverless cars — and much more.