As it looks into the crystal ball Gartner believes that business intelligence and analytics will remain a key focus for CIOs through to 2017.
Last week saw more evidence of tough times in the server market and, ambitions by Trustmarque and Outsourcery to grow
The Indian government has its work cut out hitting its ambitious target of creating half a million cyber-security professionals, with a shortage of specialized courses in institutions across the country
CISOs need to re-engineer their organization's current outsourcing process to better ensure the security of data with service providers, according to Forrester
Cisco's ACI, faster Wi-Fi and WAN optimization technologies were some of the top technology stories of the year.
We surveyed more than 4,000 IT professionals and the message was clear: Mobile is here to stay and it's growing in the enterprise as 2014 approaches.
Not all VDI environments need GPU virtualization technology. In fact, sometimes protocol offload will do the trick.
Just weeks after setting up the K3 Hosting operation has formed its first strategic partnership to widen its market reach
A number of IT vendors have backed the government's latest attempt to provide help to the SME sector
Integrated backup appliance vendor Unitrends and virtual machine backup specialist PHD Virtual will combine forces to compete with Veeam Software.
Reports are pointing to big data as the top IT investment priority for Indian businesses in 2014 as organizations recognize the benefits
Horizon 2020 fund will help support school leavers as well as established startups to encourage more risk-taking in business
At AWS re:Invent 2013, app monitoring was noticeably becoming more competitive. Find out why prioritizing app monitoring is a necessity.
Two new series of Dell switches and OEM Aruba access points give the vendor an end-to-end campus networking portfolio.
A strong performance in the UK and Ireland has helped Dixons deliver decent H1 numbers
Hosted desktop player Nasstar has announced the acquisition of MSP e-know.net
Research from Intermedia indicates that Apple remains a more popular mobile platform for its SME customers
A report commissioned by David Cameron has called for tighter controls on Huawei’s Cyber Security Evaluation Centre amid fears around the company’s ties with the Chinese government
Eight councils in Greater Manchester sign a £15m contract with BT to bring 39,000 homes high-speed broadband by March 2016
Microsoft has announced a change in its channel management team line-up
451 Research Chief Analyst Eric Hanselman shares his thoughts of what 2014 will bring to the data center networking segment.
Cloud computing performance is in high demand among customers of Amazon Web Services, which has sold out of new C3 instances.
Network engineers tell SDN companies to pursue a common vision for networking, embrace OpenFlow and commit to openness.
John Sims joins the struggling mobile firm from SAP to lead its enterprise services division
Conversations between Socitm and the Cabinet Office over the compliance issues around the public service network (PSN) for local government continue
Data protection specialist Unitrends has bolstered its options by buying PHD Virtual Technologies
Budget woes and lack of time are holding back some IT professionals from moving away from Windows XP according to Spiceworks
Analyst house TechMarketView has forecast strong growth in the IT software and services sector for those vendors and channel players operating in the financial services sector
Avnet Services is opening a large lifecycle management centre in the Netherlands to cover EMEA and provide greater support to OEM partners
The BBC has today published a report by PwC into the broadcaster’s failed Digital Media Initiative (DMI)
Gartner analyst Jim Berenbaum looks back on 2013 WLAN market milestones and shares his predictions on enterprise Wi-Fi environments for 2014.
In 2013, the top ten SDN news stories were driven by two central themes: the rise of open networking and hardware vendors going software.
In SDN news this year, we saw demand for open networking, along with the continued quest for SDN standards and a common controller.
CloudFlare hopes its open-sourced Red October server encryption software, based on the 'two-man rule,' can help thwart rogue insiders and secure Web.
Whether they were sharing content or chatting with peers, SDN experts had a lot to say on Twitter this year. We picked out 15 to follow.
What big UC tech news articles did you miss in 2013? We highlight unified communications news stories in this top 10 countdown.
Enterprise IT is set to transition from older platforms to newer technology such as the cloud. Data center consolidation is a step in that direction.
Catch up on the top 10 VDI news stories of the year and learn how the virtual desktop and DaaS markets changed in 2013.
Hopes that there would be a fresh name on the door of the CEO's office at Microsoft before the end of the year have been dashed
Oracle has revealed an increase in revenues in its latest results and revealed its SaaS business is breaking new ground with revenues
The IT market in Europe will continue to lag other regions next year, but a progressive recovery will start, according to Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC)
Irwin Lazar, vice president and service director for Nemertes Research Group, shares his predictions for the UC mobility space in 2014.
The Cloud Security Alliance hopes Cloud Trust Protocol will boost cloud transparency by automating customer requests for cloud provider security data.
What do you give to the tech gadget lover who already has the latest tablet, gaming system or smartphone? Here are some ideas.
Figures from Context indicate that in October SSD sales through distribution increased significantly year-on-year
Industry analysts discuss IT channel 2013 highlights, such as partner-related moves by Dell and AT&T, the cloud, and the emergence of SDN.
The Minneapolis-based retailer said a massive data breach, one of the largest in retail history, occurred over the holiday shopping period.
A new marketing software company got a leg up on DevOps using a new managed service from Rackspace.
Avago Technologies announced a $6.6 billion deal to acquire components provider LSI Corp. and turn Avago into a major HDD and SSD components provider.
This week, IBM patents a method for securing cloud-based mobile apps, while AWS announced its plan to open a Chinese data center.
Data backup news in 2013 was filled with vendors taking their technology to the cloud and quests to fix 'broken backup' with modern data protection.
CloudSigma introduces a system for the easy application of enterprise network policies to the public cloud. Will more control mean more adoption?
A British citizen has applied for a judgement against Facebook in a case that will test the right of tech firms to give UK personal data to the NSA.
A new Metropolitan Police IT strategy is to be released in January nine months later than recommended by a critical report into the force’s IT
Crucial.com has found that customers are buying new PCs rather than upgrading existing hardware
Open source specialist Red Hat has delivered a solid third quarter thanks to a better performance in Europe
A former Microsoft manager and a friend have been charged with insider trading fraud
Overlays will rule the early part of the New Year in the SDN market, but OpenFlow and other hardware-based SDN will start to gain ground.
Apple and Samsung will continue their battle for enterprise in 2014. Could Microsoft, or even BlackBerry, seize an opportunity amidst the fight?
SearchCIO readers gobbled up our 2013 coverage of big data, cloud and more. Find out what other hot topics made our list of the top stories of 2013.
Our gift to you: The site's 10 top stories of 2013. In this roundup of news, tips, guides and columns, learn which topics got readers' attention.
The Office of Fair Trading asked the government if it could observe the sensitive process of selecting open standards for document formats
The Cabinet Office has published guidance for the security considerations that should be made by public sector organisations choosing cloud service providers
Oracle earnings for Q4 of 2013 included talk of the company's three-headed strategy, engineered systems and, of course, digs at the competition.
From 'cloud first' to 'SaaS first': Robert Half International plans to ask vendors to offer SaaS rather than basic IaaS in 2014.
The cloud computing market is still feeling the after effects of Amazon Web Services pulling the plug on WikiLeaks three years ago.
Last year, experts predicted that 2013 would be the year of SaaS financial management systems. So, was it? Find out in this follow up.
Avnet announced two application solutions, Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and VDI environments, for the HP ConvergedSystem portfolio.
In our Top 10 of 2013, read SearchCompliance's most-viewed compliance articles from the past year for advice on deploying a cutting-edge GRC strategy.