New types of access and devices require new ways of approaching security.
Not all IT surveys are disguised sales tools for a vendor's product, but enough are that you need to be on your guard.
Big Blue's newest System z monster shows the industry isn't all x86.
The move helps shore up a weakness in the Citrix lineup.
Dell knows about the importance of delivering applications to end users, since it's one of the biggest hardware manufacturers in the industry. Here's the company's take on the different ways it can be done.
New computing assumptions require outside the box -- or, in this case, inside the box -- solutions.
As cloud computing and software-defined systems continue their push into the mainstream, datacenters need to keep up.
Dan sees more infiltration of virtualization technologies into the enterprise in the coming year.
Is "software-defined" just a marketing catchphrase, or does it have real promise?
Dan's excited about where the storage industry is headed.
Dan says it's a clever play to lure developers to the open source cloud platform.
Dan analyzes the new fight brewing between Docker and its challengers, including the just-announced Rocket.
A survey showed that more than a third of companies rely on user notifications to alert them to trouble, instead of monitoring tools.
Although inconceivable to some, open source may be a weakness rather than a strength.
An intriguing product in a crowded field; but it doesn't replace a company doing its own due diligence.
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