Vegas Resorts Bet On Location-Based Apps
Location-based apps might be the wave of the future, but Cisco and MGM Resorts advise deployment must be preceded by careful planning.
IT's Self Image Needs Work, Cisco Study Shows
In Cisco study of IT leaders, just 36% of respondents call themselves "innovators," while 15% characterized themselves as "firefighters." "Ghost" and "fortune teller" were each chosen by 7%.
Interop Cloud Experts Debate SDN's Future
SDN aims to make networks easy to configure in software rather than hardware. The goal is to provide data centers with flexibility on the level associated with cloud computing.
Interop: Cisco, NBA Star Tout Internet Of Things
Cisco's network architecture can make Internet data feeds work for virtually any business, from hospitals to sports, says VP Robert Soderbery in keynote featuring NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving.
Interop: Open Compute Project To Tackle Network Switching
Open Compute Project initiated by Facebook sets its sights on network switching as the next target for open innovation.
Interop: Higher Ed CIOs Focus On Bandwidth, Mobility
At Interop Las Vegas 2013, University of New Hampshire CIO Joanna Young and Seton Hill University's Phil Komarny discuss blossoming wireless bandwidth demands.
Meet The Best Of Interop 2013 Winners
Interop Las Vegas 2013 contest names Arista, ExtraHop, Talari Networks and Citrix among winners in eight categories, including networking, cloud, security and mobility.
Interop: Expert Advice On IT ROI, Chargeback
Proliferation of commodity IT services makes it ever more important to rigorously account for the costs and value of internal IT.
Facebook's Frank Frankovsky: Open Compute Update
Facebook's hardware design chief previews his Interop keynote by explaining why he decided to open source the company's data center designs.
Interop Las Vegas: 10 Cool Products
From video conferencing knockouts to data protection tools, intriguing new products are on tap at Interop Las Vegas 2013. Take a closer look.
Interop Las Vegas: 10 Cool Startups
Will one of the startups at the 2013 Interop Las Vegas conference launch the next big thing in enterprise IT? Take a look at some contenders.
3 Warning Signs Your IT Team Is Job Hunting
Do you know how to spot clues that your IT team members may soon leave? Consider this expert advice on IT talent retention.
VCE Adds Smaller Vblocks To Attract SMBs
Subsidiary of EMC and Cisco produces integrated server racks to expand into smaller business units.
Big Data Myths Persist
Big data hype has reached a level where some customers are actually avoiding labeling projects as big data, Tibco executives say.
4 Big BYOD Trends For 2013
Interop Las Vegas speaker Michael Finneran and other BYOD experts discuss key trends enterprise IT leaders should watch in 2013.
Interop Preview: Expert Advice On Building Private Cloud
Dave Roberts, founder of cloud blogging site LeverHawk, discusses the type of framework an enterprise can use to build a private cloud environment.
InteropNet: How A Unique Network Takes Shape
InteropNet is the technological backbone of the Interop conference. Built four days before conference doors open, InteropNet serves more than 10,000 users and 300 exhibitors each day of the conference. Here's how it comes together.
HP Details Software Defined Networks Strategy
HP announces new switch support for OpenFlow, a forthcoming SDN controller, and set of SDN-related applications.
5 Ways Amazon Web Services Protects Cloud Data
AWS security chief employs a number of methods, from federal-style security drills to strict adherence to standards, to ensure the safety and availability of customer operations.
Google CIO: Enterprise Software A Racket
At Interop, former Wall Street tech chief Ben Fried advises IT leaders to stop being 'suckers' and move to cloud applications.
OpenFlow: A Cloud Industry Uprising?
The rise of software-defined networking reflects an industry dissatisfied with the top networking infrastructure vendors' offerings.
Mobile OS Proliferation Continues
IT departments need to reset their attitudes about the variety of personal mobile devices showing up in the workplace, panel tells Interop 2012 audience.
What's Next From VMware: CTO Steve Herrod
VMware CTO goes one-on-one with InformationWeek's Charles Babcock at Interop 2012 to discuss the software-defined data center, the Citrix desktop rivalry, recent security concerns, and more.
The Case Against Building Data Centers
Can co-location give you far more capacity for far less money?
6 Common Desktop Virtualization Mistakes
VDI promises a more flexible, mobile desktop environment and can help reduce application costs. Consider this expert advice on avoiding typical pitfalls.
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