Do You Have A Future In IT?
During the next five to 10 years, 80% of current enterprise IT job functions will cease to exist. Yet, I'm optimistic.
Are Server SANs The Future Or Just Hype?
An emerging software-defined storage technology is getting a lot of attention, but using direct-attached storage as a common storage pool isn't without complications.
The Quest For Population Health Management
Vendors large and small seek to prove they have the right tools for proactively managing patient health, coordinating care across providers, and supporting accountable-care models.
The Broken-Leadership Paradox
Is every hire a special little snowflake? That uniqueness affects the social dynamics of high-performing leadership teams.
Big Data Meets Threat Detection
Security practitioners are getting a lot smarter about using security analytics and big data to identify threats in real-time. But there's a still a lot to learn.
Wearables At Work: Hello Big Brother?
Employers must tread carefully with activity trackers and devices like Google Glass. Wearables could take real-time personal data collection to unnerving new heights.
SDN-Enabling The WLAN
Wireless networks must truly embrace open standards for enterprises to reap the performance benefits of software-defined networking.
Microsoft's Windows Strategy: A New Hope
Microsoft's Mobile World Congress announcements suggest a successful, and overdue, new direction for its Windows 8.1 strategy. Now Microsoft needs to build momentum.
The Curse Of One-Star Apps
At Mobile World Congress, you can stand out for the wrong reasons, just like a dud mobile app in an app store. Consider these steps when creating a praise-worthy business app.
Business Apps Are Becoming Disposable
The ease with which software applications can be created and connected to corporate systems has changed the nature of business software development.
Nokia Android Strategy Raises Questions
Nokia says new Android phones launched at Mobile World Congress are all about emerging markets. Don't be fooled: This move shows how bad things are for Nokia.