Losing Control of Public Cloud Performance

Momentum for public cloud deployment is expected to rapidly increase over the next year—at the risk of organizations losing control over critical parts of their IT infrastructure, Read More »

Why CIOs Are Losing Control of Technology

CIOs give themselves and their employees high marks for delivering upon needed business outcomes, but they also admit that they're losing control over significant tech purchase decisions to the business side, Read More »

The Dangers of Neglecting a DevOps Strategy

The majority of organizations are replacing existing tech with DevOps solutions, according to a recent survey from AppvanceRead More »

How CIOs Can Help Sales Teams Close the Deal

As selling strategies evolve and improve through technology, the role of the CIO has a more direct impact on revenue and commission for the sales team. Technology is becoming a key competitive differentiator for sales' success, as sales technology gets more sophisticated, with new products announced at a rapid clip. CIOs... Read More »

The Rise of No-Code Citizen Developers

Traditional programming methods and application development platforms are too slow, too expensive and are fraught with miscommunications, according to a new survey. That's driving enterprises to seek a better ROI in application development and delivery through so-called "citizen developers." Because customizing applications often requires costly hand-coded programming, companies are using... Read More »

When the Firewall Is Not Enough

In the era of the Internet of things, CIOs must apply the same security policies to printers as they do to their IT infrastructure. Statistics of printer breaches are unavailable, but HP estimates that 70 percent of customers do not secure their printers. Man-in-the-middle attacks abound. As an example, university students recently re-routed a professor's tests, printed them in a dorm room,... Read More »

Demand for Apps Grows but Quality Takes a Hit

Tech departments are allocating a significantly larger share of their overall budgets to quality assurance (QA) and testing, according to a recent survey from Capgemini. Produced in conjunction with HP, the resulting "Read More »

Top Advantages of DevOps and Continuous Delivery

CIOs and their tech teams are constantly under the gun to test and launch digital products and services faster–at lower costs. Fortunately, there are two increasingly popular ways to do so: continuous delivery and DevOps. A report from McKinsey & Company, titled "Read More »

Why Companies Struggle With Data and Analytics

Nearly all organizations are using data and analytics (D&A) solutions, but very few are satisfied with the results, according to a recent survey from KPMG International. The Read More »

How Idle Servers Cost $30 Billion

Ten million servers in data centers worldwide, including 3.6 million in the U.S., are powered up but idle, according to a new study.Read More »

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