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A growing number of businesses will face challenges associated with legacy IT systems, according to Micro Focus.
Like many aspects of security, Arbor Networks has seen the issues surrounding BYOD evolve for many years.
With the increased amount of virtualisation and Cloud adoption taking place, the role of security is not as clear cut as it used to be.
Most executives still do not equate security issues and cybercrime with potential loss of revenue, a Websense report has found.
IT is going through the most significant change it ever has, according to Apptio.
The digital revolution is not happening as quickly as the Commonwealth Bank of Australia would like it to.
The pains around BYOD may have subsided, but Red Hat has seen them shift into a new realm instead.
The jump to the Cloud can be a daunting one for businesses, according to VCE (Virtual Computing Environment).
NetApp characterises the CIOs of today as “brokers of services”.
Growth and incremental spending in the IT industry will not come from business-as-usual, renewals, repurchases or routine IT purchases, according to Gartner.
Tensions within IT on whether and how to move to the Cloud should finally be resolved this year, according to NetApp.
CIO spending and IT budgets are expected to shrink further in 2014, according to Kaseya.
2013 was the year Australia beat the world out in Cloud adoption, according to EMC A/NZ general manager Channels, Brett Harris.
A Stratecast survey has found that more than 80 per cent of employees admit to using unauthorised Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications during work.