Which is the most important health IT story of 2011? There's no shortage of topics. Find out what our features writer thinks after a year of gumshoe reporting.
A hacktivist group claims it stole credit card data from organizations that purchased the intelligence firm’s publications.
As we reflect on the top news in ESBs from 2011, we see that the ESB is not solely associated with SOA, but with EAI designs as well.
CSC has braced shareholders for a write-off of the entire $1.5bn it has invested in work on the troubled NHS National Programme for IT.
Headlines: In 2011, data storage acquisitions highlighted the demand for SSD technology and continued innovation in the industry; plus, a look ahead to the top storage trends to expect in 2012.
The increase in smartphones and other mobile devices has fueled demand for IT security pros with mobile app security and networking skills, say several cybersecurity career experts.
Health IT will stay in the spotlight in 2012. Health care informatics, privacy concerns remain among the industry's top issues, PricewaterhouseCoopers says.
Big data was a hot topic for 2011, but the real story is in its value, not its size.
Document scanning and information capture processes are changing with the rise of the mobile workforce and the mainstream use of mobile devices.
The life sciences market is growing, with clinical trials information management being a key driver. But the market contains some cultural challenges for solution providers.
Find out why CRM analysts say social media data integration and mobile CRM are two key areas to watch in 2012.
An enterprise data architect with medical device maker SonoSite offers up details on the newest release of DataFlux’s flagship data management software platform.
Microsoft is issuing an emergency security update for a critical flaw that affects all currently supported versions of Windows and Windows Server and could be used for a denial of service attack.
IT pros always talk the talk when it comes to investing in cloud. Our annual survey suggests they're still not be ready to walk the walk in 2012.
Not all health IT trends will survive in 2012. Read about the EMR, the RHIO, the HIS and other health information technology doomed for extinction in the new year.
A critical update affects all versions of Microsoft .NET Framework and other programming languages. The vulnerability could allow denial-of-service attacks.
Senior vendor executives offer SearchNetworkingUK their Networking 2012 predictions for the challenges ahead, including addressing the transition to a mobile workforce.
2012 security trends involving cookies, fines, devices and threats will demand more skills -- and a little finesse -- from security professionals.
An ESB coupled to a portal is central to a health care system upgrade. The SOA-based project runs on an Oracle Service Bus.
From SAP’s mobility roadmap to the impact of the SuccessFactors acquisition and the fate of Business ByDesign, analysts talk about coming SAP trends.
The golden age of geek movies will continue in 2012 with films like "The Avengers," "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Men in Black III."
Traditional antimalware can't keep up with the threat landscape. Are antivirus signatures destined for the rubbish bin?
Cooling and power are still major concerns for businesses building datacentres. We look back at the highlights of 2011.
Malware toolkits are being programmed with attacks that make the most business sense, say security experts. Automated toolkit users will have new capabilities to target specific groups and organizations.
Among the experts are Verizon’s Wade Baker on data breaches, Microsoft’s David Ladd on software security and Catalin Cosoi of BitDefender on targeted attack prevention.
The 2011 TSS Java Trends survey seems to indicate that overwhelmingly, designing and architecting tasks will rule with a whopping 70% of respondents indicating so. Coding entirely new apps jumped up to 39% as well. Seems that new apps are the new black for 2012.
The terrain may seem foreign, but many proven data management and business intelligence best practices translate well to big data analytics programs, according to analysts.