The idea of a DevOps manual is anathema to much of the community. That's a good thing, as it allows for some quite creative thinking and innovation, but it also makes it difficult for many organizations to adopt the movement's philosophies and methodologies.
Networking vendors are slowly hopping on the disaggregation bandwagon in the hopes of attracting giant, web-scale customers.
Changes to how Cisco is dealing with and licensing software, which we wrote about last week here on FierceEnterpriseCommunications, is having an impact on how the company is targeting the cloud market.
Enterprises are increasing enabling business intelligence applications for mobile devices.
At least Sony is owning up to the fact that they really haven't improved the cybersecurity or incident response plan over the ensuring three years. Oh wait, that must be another multinational conglomerate I'm thinking of.
Mobility is one of the most disruptive technologies for business in decades. It is forcing businesses to rethink how they win, serve and retail customers, writes Forrester Research analyst Julie Ask.
A discouraging 90 percent of mobile phone users and 80 percent of tablet users have not made an online purchase using their devices in the past three months, according to a survey of 4,000 U.S. adults by Forrester Research.
The number of mobile phone users tapping into mobile banking will double over the next five years, predicts Juniper Research.
Everyone is abuzz about the latest wearable gadget being released--whether it's Google Glass, the Android Wear smartwatch, the latest Fitbit or the mythical iWatch. But some analysts are predicting a market collapse for wearables while others see unstoppable growth.
U.K. banks were slow to adopt mobile banking, and two of the largest banks, Barclays and HSBC, didn't deploy a mobile banking app until 2012, writes Stephen Walker, eBusiness and channel strategy analyst at Forrester Research.