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Research Report: InformationWeek Special Issue: February 2013

by InformationWeekFeb 20, 2013

Disaster Recovery Roadblocks: Don't let data, WAN and integration challenges get in the way of automated failover.
Why Automation's A Good Thing: The conventional wisdom is wrong. It's smart, affordable and good for IT.
Data Points: Find out more from our recent State of Storage Survey.


Research Report: Informed CIO: Identity Management

by InformationWeekJun 01, 2009

Identity Management: 10 Questions to AskIn today’s global business operating environments, where organizational and geographical boundaries are crossed hundreds of times a day to get the job done, there’s a critical need for standardized identity management. CIOs should keep an eye on government and private-sector federation initiatives—including the GSA’s E-Authentication program, the Liberty Alliance Identity Assurance Framework (LIAF) and the Transglobal Secure


Research Report: Informed CIO: Storage Automation

by InformationWeekAug 01, 2009

Storage Automation: 8 Questions to Ask Before BuyingImplementing automation tools and processes requires an upfront investment in funding, planning and integrity testing. But the business will reap benefits both immediately and as the footprint and complexity of storage services increase. Operationally, data protection activities, such as snapping clones and replication pairs, can often be readily automated and pay instant dividends by enhancing recoverability in the event of a data loss or


Research Report: Research: Choosing a Smartphone

by InformationWeekNov 30, 2008

The Smartphone To OwnThe enterprise smartphone is no longer simply a compact, mobile e-mail device slash
fashion item; it’s quickly becoming an essential tool for corporate applications, collaboration, and personal media, in many cases eclipsing the laptop as the device of choice for mobile professionals.To help enterprise IT groups balance their requirements and future mobility plans with demands from employees wowed by flashy new features, InformationWeek Analytics surveyed 688


Research Report: Research: E-Mail Archiving

by InformationWeekNov 01, 2008

E-Mail Archives: Essential For Today’s BusinessEvery good courtroom drama shows a beleaguered attorney sifting through mountains of paper in search of a damning document that will sink the opposition's case like a depth charge.These days, that beleaguered attorney is more likely to be sitting in front of a computer screen, trying to filter terabytes of data with complex search queries.It may be less cinematic, but it's reality.It's also the reason so many enterprises are investigating


Research Report: Research: Remote Application Delivery

by InformationWeekJun 01, 2009

Anywhere, Anytime: Enabling Fast Remote Application DeliveryWe just dodged a tsunami of demand for remote access to desktop applications—had the H1N1 flu pandemic proved deadly on a wide scale in the United States, governments and large enterprises were set to pull the trigger on massive telework contingency plans. So what, you say? The Federal Mobility 2.0 study released by the Telework Exchange reported that 1,250,980 federal employees were eligible to telework in July 2008, with that


Research Report: .NET Apps Put to the Test

by InformationWeekJul 12, 2011

Unit testing is a popular practice in which small tests are written to quickly validate the operation of a unit of code. Typically, a project will have hundreds if not thousands of tests to validate the code.
Unit testing is an automatic tool that can catch regressions--unwanted changes in previously working code--introduced during development and refactoring. However, it won’t guarantee the quality and correctness of your software.


Research Report: "A" Is For Audit-Proof

by InformationWeekSep 01, 2008

Could you benefit from an Active Directory security compliance assurance tool? Sure, but policy comes first.


Research Report: (At Least) One Thing You Don't Know About Cloud Backup

by InformationWeekJul 03, 2013

You Don't Know the Cutting Edge of Cloud BackupOnce upon a time (say, five years ago), IT departments that sent backups to low-cost cloud file services were ahead of the curve -- mainly because the norm was shipping hard drives and tapes to fireproof safes. Since then, the number and variety of cloud backup options and features have grown significantly. If you're still using cloud backup like a remote FTP site, you're doing it wrong.In this report, we'll debut results of our new InformationWeek


Research Report: 0%: Pay Freeze (Annual Salary Survey)

by InformationWeekMar 31, 2010

No pay raise this year.
Zero.
In 2010, for the first time in the last 11 years of InformationWeek?s annual U.S. IT Salary Survey, the median raise for IT professionals is 0%, according to the 20,492 IT pros who responded between November and January. That flat pay holds true for IT managers and staffers, for both their base salaries and total compensation, which includes bonuses. It holds true for IT consultants and contractors, too. If stock options were the sign of the