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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: (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: 2006 Best of Interop Awards

by InformationWeekMay 11, 2006

Our panel of experts evaluated a bevy of products, then chose the bestfrom seven categories including infrastructure, network software and services,and security. Check out this year's honorees as well as the Best Start-UpProduct and the Grand Prize winne


Research Report: 2008 NAC Survey: Adoption Slows, Battle For Framework Dominance Still Joined

by InformationWeekJul 14, 2008

InformationWeek Analytics surveyed nearly 500 business technology pros about their use of network access control. Here's a summary.


Research Report: 2013 InformationWeek 500 -- Issue

by InformationWeekSep 09, 2013

Innovation That Gets Results: IW 500 companies take a practical view of even trendy tech such as cloud, big data analytics and mobile.

Top 250 Innovators: InformationWeek's 25th annual ranking of the leading U.S. users of business technology.


Research Report: 2013 SDN Survey: Growing Pains

by InformationWeekAug 15, 2013

IT to SDN: We'll Wait and SeeSoftware-defined networking is a work in progress, as vendors map out their strategies and slowly bring products to market. Enterprise buyers, at present, have ­decided to sit on the sidelines and wait to see how SDN plays out. That's according to the results of InformationWeek's 2013 Software-Defined Networking Survey, which collected responses from 267 IT pros across North America. In this report, we'll look at the state of SDN in the marketplace and


Research Report: 2013 Wireless LAN Survey

by InformationWeekMar 05, 2013

2013 Wireless LAN Survey Dense flash memory and advanced batteries made smartphones and tablets feasible; wireless networks make them useful. Given the cost of cellular access, the multiplying number of mobile devices and the imminent ratification of the superfast 802.11ac specification, we decided to survey InformationWeek readers about their wireless LANs today and plans for the future. Among the 419 respondents to our InformationWeek 2013 Wireless LAN Survey, 89% use 802.11n technologies


Research Report: 2014 Next-Gen WAN Survey

by InformationWeekNov 26, 2013

Cloud Continues Its MarchThe cloud's capacity to upset longstanding IT practices and business models seems to know no bounds. Now, cloud services are changing the way enterprises design, deploy, and manage wide area networks. And none too soon for the 241 respondents to our ­InformationWeek 2014 Next-Generation WAN Survey, all from organizations with 50 or more employees, most of whom face increased capacity demand.>> 82% say they can get the WAN services they need to support business


Research Report: 2014 US IT Salary Survey: Networking

by InformationWeekMay 19, 2014

Among the 953 networking and datacenter management professionals responding to our InformationWeek 2014 US IT Salary Survey, 61% of staff members and 65% of management are either “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with all aspects of their jobs, despite only slight growth in median base salaries. Other data points:>> 73% of staffers have responsibilities that are “IT-focused only,” indicating a lack of exposure to the business.>> 66% of


Research Report: 2019 State of IT Infrastructure

by Network ComputingJun 17, 2019

Modern businesses depend on technology that moves fast, and IT organizations are moving away from legacy architectures to a new breed of software-defined, cloud-based, and open source infrastructure to meet the demands. This research will examine the current state of enterprise data center, storage and network infrastructure, explore how it is evolving, and look into future plans for implementation.