Consumers are faced with thousands of product and service choices every day-which gives them the power over which companies succeed in the marketplace.
As productivity applications move to the cloud, new problems emerge. Gone are the days when we controlled our own LANs and server farms. Well, those days are not entirely gone, but they will be soon.
As IT departments look for more and better ways to offer reliable services to their enterprise users, two significant trends attempt to remake the WAN interface.
Today’s WAN is continually changing and both the architecture and the applications it supports are becoming increasingly complex.
The idea of enterprise-wide digital convergence is not new.
In the last year, Extended Stay America underwent a complete upgrade of its corporate intranet platform, transitioning from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint Online— Office 365.
In the movie “The Terminator,” computers have evolved to the point of automation.
Is there a way to deploy SDN in existing switch networks without having to retrofit hardware?
ADP is one of the world’s largest providers of human capital management services.
I was recently talking to an IT professional in a mid-size enterprise about some of the issues she faces with today’s tools.