Enterprise mobility continues to pose security challenges for IT professionals, with 77 percent of 1,622 IT pros surveyed by Dimension Data citing security as a major headache when it comes to mobility.
Let's be honest: It's an ugly word.
Every few years it becomes fashionable to beat up on the CIO.
Next year, one-third of all new enterprise applications will target a mobile form factor, according to market research firm IDC.
The increasingly mobile and dispersed workforce of 2010 requires communications tools that are much different from those enabled by traditional enterprise systems. The marketplace of technologies
Paying attention to the next generation An article at Networkworld.com tells how IBM is trying to close the IT skills gap, launching a web-based resource to better help prepare college students for
With so many issues demanding your attention, it's hard to focus on just the skills you need to enhance your job and level of competency. Cisco's Neil Anderson, director of Cisco's Enterprise Systems
If you break it, you own it. That's an old saying for anyone in the wrong place at the wrong time. For CIOs, the trick is to take the lead in dealing with security issues, fixing them before they
It might not be easy being green… but IT departments appear to be giving it the old college try. Attendees at this week's Computerworld Infrastructure Management World (IMW) conference indicate
Newer technologies like Voice over IP (VoIP) and instant messaging can raise the risk factor for enterprise systems very fast, and some question whether security can keep up. And that's not just a