A rise in the number of Windows 10 pilot rollouts is expected in 2016, and at least half of all enterprises will have started Windows 10 deployments by the beginning of 2017, predicted market research firm Gartner.
One of the hottest topics in IT and business circles today is the emergence of the Internet of Things. But figuring out how to best secure the data a multitude of objects will generate and share could be one of the most daunting challenges facing chief information security officers and other IT security executives as their organizations launch IoT initiatives.
Market research firm Gartner predicts that close to 21 billion Internet of Things devices will be in use by 2020, up from 4.9 billion this year.
So you think your current boss is a demanding workaholic who lacks empathy? Wait until your boss is a robot.
For a time, BYOD was all the rage. There wasn't an enterprise conference that didn't devote significant time to the topic. Yet recently, there have been indications that the BYOD trend is waning in the U.S.
Market research firm Gartner released data Wednesday predicting tech device markets across the globe to be soft this year and in the near future.
Cisco and HP are the only two vendors to make the leaders' quadrant in Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure market report.
The Internet of Things promises to transform the way things are done in the enterprise – vastly increased efficiency at substantially reduced costs. Yet, if enterprises don't get out in front of the security risks that thousands if not millions of connected devices will pose, they will soon find their IoT dream has turned into an IoT nightmare.
In a report released today, Gartner said it believes that by 2020, 75 percent of application purchases by businesses will be related to building apps, rather than buying them. The report covered a very wide range of trends around enterprise software and services, including predictions around the shift to cloud services.
The enterprise mobility management market grew at a healthy 17.7 percent compound annual growth rate in 2014. However, competition has prompted a consolidation in the EMM market, with a clear division emerging between Tier 1 vendors and the rest of the market, according to a recent analysis by VDC Research.