VMware + Desktone: A Game-Changer For VDI?
VMware's acquisition of Desktone may signal the technical capability, cost savings, and user acceptance necessary for desktop virtualization to break through in the enterprise.
SAP's Extreme Makeover: 4 Key Changes
SAP's marketing machine vies to give the company formerly known as "that German ERP vendor" a whole new identity. Here's what customers should know.
Firewall Administration For Sysadmins: A Primer
For sysadmins trying to get their applications to work, the firewall can seem like an impediment. With more insight into firewalls and the job of a firewall administrator, a sysadmin will be able to communicate better with the security team.
How To Become A Customer-Facing CIO
Your title alone isn't enough to be successful in customer conversations. You must fully understand your company's products and services, and make sure you have something to contribute.
Stealing America’s Future
US companies lose about $300 billion a year to cyberespionage and intellectual property theft. We need a concerted effort to stop it.
Welcome To The New InformationWeek
We're leaving behind the old, one-way publishing model of business technology journalism and pioneering an approach that emphasizes community and true multiway discourse.
CIO Leadership Calculus
How the mathematics of collaboration can improve CIOs' chances for success leading their organizations and themselves.
Intel's Mojo Returns
Intel is finally putting together a sensible set of solutions that should bring back marketshare in emerging markets and stave off challenges in its profitable server business.
Stop Worrying About The CIO Role
The role of the CIO is evolving, thanks to customer-facing technologies like analytics and the cloud. Successful execs must embrace change to drive company growth.
Don't Forget About Visa Reform
Visa reforms in the immigration bill will have a different effect on US and Indian firms. Both stand to benefit in the long run.
Why Cloud APIs Don't Matter
Rich Wolski, known for his work at Eucalyptus Systems, argues that architectural features that define how each cloud works are more important than a cloud's APIs.