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Spotlight: Cloud providers will expand use cases in 2016, says Forrester

This is the year that cloud became mainstream, so as we look ahead into the next year, cloud providers are going to begin expanding their use cases, according to Forrester Research.

Mobility will prompt major business changes next year, says Forrester

More than one-quarter of companies will change how they use mobility when it comes to interacting with customers, predicted market research firm Forrester Research.

Amazon seems poised to jump into business intelligence market

As the AWS re:Invent conference kicks off in Las Vegas, Amazon Web Services is believed to be on the verge of making an announcement that will see the public cloud company join the data analytics market.

A look inside the results of the 2015 Forrester and ARMA IG survey

For the past seven years, ARMA International and Forrester Research have teamed up to take the pulse of records and information management experts and pin down their thoughts, ideas and most pressing concerns. The results of this year's survey are in and Forrester analyst Cheryl McKinnon shared a few of them in the September/October issue of ARMA Information Management Magazine.

Business use could save tablet market from stagnation

Business use of tablets could save the form factor from stagnation, according to a new reported by Forrester Research obtained by TechTarget.

IT security should be a service provider, not a control organization

IT security functions best as a service provider to the enterprise, not as a control organization, observed Wendy Nather, research director for security at 451 Research and a former chief information security officer, at Rapid7's UNITED Security Summit being held here this week.

Reducing your MTBCA: It's about fundamentals

If you don't want your CEO making a somber video apologizing for the latest breach, you should focus on security fundamentals, not the latest security gadgets.

There's no DevOps framework, but there is CALMS

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.

Spotlight: Don't bet on disaggregation of enterprise networking any time soon

Networking vendors are slowly hopping on the disaggregation bandwagon in the hopes of attracting giant, web-scale customers.

Cisco's software shift may finally open door to cloud market

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.