Even as the DevOps movement continues to gain support, there are naysayers who have a different idea as to what the core of the merger of dev and ops really means. To those, it means cheaping out by not hiring the proper number of staff, instead foisting everything on overworked dev and ops personnel.
Enterprise mobility will top the CIO agenda next year, predicts Ovum analyst Richard Absalom.
One of the longstanding impediments to getting a BYOD program off the ground is lack of trust between employer and employee. Even with wide recognition of BYOD as a valid mobile effort, the most well thought-out and structured programs will be derailed if employees don't trust their organizations and adopt the strategy.
Verizon Wireless and AT&T account for more than one-third of global LTE subscriptions, which reached 250 million in the first quarter of 2014, according to the latest stats from Ovum.
Fueled by enterprise adoption of machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, the cellular M2M market is forecast by research firm Ovum to reach $66 billion by 2019 or an aggregate of $252 billion between 2015 and 2019.
In a bet that consumers want mobile devices with smartphone functionality without paying a premium for high-end models like the iPhone 5S or Samsung Galaxy S5, Mozilla unveiled the cheapest smartphone on the market at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Feb. 23.
Banks will face increasing massive-scale DDoS attacks from hacktivists in addition to the smaller scale DDoS attacks used by cybercriminals to distract IT teams from detecting theft, predicts market research firm Ovum.
Increasing customer empowerment, the increasing use of mobile capabilities and minimal economic growth in developed countries are making it imperative for insurers to embrace customer-centricity, says research firm Ovum.
Enterprise mobile is moving from a niche tool to a core business platform, observed Kevin Noonan, research director for public sector technology at Ovum.
The Asia-Pacific region is forecast to make up three quarters of new mobile voice over LTE subscribers this year, predicts Infonetics Research.