NASA Vets Lead Rival Cloud Startups
Chris Kemp and Joshua McKenty, original members of NASA's Nebula project, now run competing cloud companies. It's evidence the government can innovate, and that good people are hard to keep.
How P&G Promotes Box File Sharing
The head of Proctor & Gamble's Your Files Anywhere program wants to get 18,000 employees on Box Sync file sharing because 'there are a lot scarier things out there' in the cloud.
Sink Or Swim
Most companies don't have a strategy to deal with rising tides of digital information. Enterprise content management can help, but first you need a plan.
10 Years Of Information Management
We've just moved out of one generation of solution architectures and on to one that will define the enterprise computing trajectory for the next decade or more.
5 Windows 8 Hyper-V Features We Want
How much will Windows 8 advance virtual desktop computing? Based on Microsoft's appealing preview build of the OS, these Hyper-V features will be key.
How To Achieve 100% Virtualization
Several implementers have moved far beyond initial goals and are now shooting for a completely virtualized data center; Westcon says it's there.
Is The Cloud Safe For Health Apps?
Some healthcare providers are still hesitant to put patient data and clinical apps in the cloud. Here's how they cope with their angst.
IBM Earmarks $1 Billion For SMB Tech
Big Blue will make loans through its channel partners to small and midsize businesses that acquire its analytics, cloud, and other technologies.
15 Government IT Innovators: InformationWeek 500
Government agencies from California to Washington, D.C., are taking on ambitious IT initiatives in an effort to provide better services at lower costs. Here are some federal, state, and local efforts that are leading the way.