If you thought 2016 was a fun time to be in IT, 2017 promises to be an even better year for the industry. We bring you an overview of five technologies and trends that will “shake things up” in the world of enterprise networking for the new year.
Cars have become one of the most popular attractions at CES in Las Vegas this year. Auto manufacturers are using the show to preview the latest cutting edge tech coming to cars in the future.
Developers are decoupling massive system architectures into small, independent functions that loosely work together to solve complex problems.
The UC-as-a-Service market as a whole is transitioning to the early mainstream phase for enterprise delivery. John Dunne, chief solutions officer, IR, analyses how IT departments can ensure maximum success when they come to migrate their UC to the cloud.
Mozilla will shut down support for its Firefox browser running on Windows XP and Windows Vista in 2017, the company …
As we approach the year-end attention of course turns to what we can expect to see in 2017 and what we are security professionals need to be prepared for.
As with any technology, machine learning could wreak havoc on a network if improperly implemented. Before embracing it, enterprises should be aware of the ways machine learning can fall flat to avoid setting back their operations and turning off c-suite members.
The pace of technological innovation is faster today than ever before. Few years ago, cloud was dismissed as a fad, today it has evolved into a new norm. Data is moving at the speed of light as Internet of Things (IoT) makes cities smarter.
Johan Scheepers, Technical Services Director, Middle East, South Africa and Turkey, Commvault, assesses the importance of efficient data management – especially in the case of email archiving.
Nick Jones, Vice President, Gartner, outlines how CIOs should be considering product development, team building, and digital ethics of IoT within the connected home.
Data is, unfortunately, growing faster than our ability to make use of it. Will 2017 be the year of data literacy?
The regulated world is going through a turmoil of continuous change, and STIC is not a problem unique to reinsurers and insurers. Union Insurance CIO Anshul Srivastav examines the transformation of the reinsurance industry.
David Whitton, general manager, Kodak Alaris Eastern Cluster, discusses how information should be entered into systems on the move and accessed at points of need without compromise.
Amazon is opening up a brick-and-mortar store in Seattle that allows customers to check in with their Amazon account and make purchases without having to stand in line.