Data rich, information poor agency is using Tibco’s Spotfire analytic tools to enrich its information output, making telling its important stories easier and quicker.
The one thing that can be said about the cloud is that it is NOT a point solution, it is an amorphous mess, so thinking in point solution terms when it comes to cloud security is going down the wrong alley for the wrong reasons. That is certainly the view of Qualys CEO, Philippe Courtot
A survey shows that users are hiring more and more IT tech staff, at the same time IT vendors are shedding tech staff. This is a strategy which, if pursued for any length of time, is likely to cause them more harm than good.
Are vendors undergoing a complementary digital transformation, or are they just happy with the prospect of selling more `stuff’? Here is a look at one of them, Computacenter.
As the volumes of data grow ever bigger, its gravity gets harder to resist, and it starts to pull compute capabilities towards it. This will require users to reconsider their IT infrastructures and architectures
A story of a new CEO coming into gently declining mainframe software tools producer Compuware, strapping a target to his chest for staff to aim at, and stopping a waterfall dead in its tracks.
Managing growth through acquisition can be a challenge if an integrated business management system is the goal.
Businesses spend billions on the stuff, and much of it does a fair bit of good, but they would do better – and save a fair slice of money – by looking to people rather than tech investment.
Everyone knows the old pro forma document, but when the contents are the livelihood of a business and can be worth millions individually, cut and paste approaches just do not hack it.
The venerable City of London based asset management business has opted for use of virtual desktops to provide inherent data security, maximum flexibility for its staff, and management/infrastructure cost savings.
Citrix Synergy – Citrix tries to bury its tech beneath what do you want to do and why you want to do it
At face value this is another company offering users a 'platform' option, but Citrix looks closer to appreciating what the really involves than others. But it does have history to make this work.
Nutanix wants to be the 'new kid on the block' and exploit new hardware and software architectures to make VDI far more significant and, yes, make it the year of sometime soon.
Low-code application development vendor Appian sees a way to start selling pre-built applications and solutions to its large enterprise user base and opens up the temptation of using the same approach to move into the mid-sized and small business sectors.