The lessons learned from a decade of digital transformation provide a roadmap for those embarking on their own initiatives. CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, and Network World team up to dissect that legacy from every angle.
Stories by Eric Knorr
In an exclusive interview, HPE CEO Antonio Neri unpacks his portfolio of tech initiatives, from edge computing to tomorrow’s memory-driven architecture.
Cloud computing has evolved beyond basic SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS offerings, as the cloud matures to become the engine of enterprise technology innovation
As new public cloud plays leap in and the private cloud slowly evolves, we're on the brink of a shift to cloud computing for critical business workloads
2010 saw Microsoft make a big grab for the cloud, while big business got serious about building clouds of its own
Desktop virtualisation harks back to the good old mainframe days of centralised computing while upholding the fine desktop tradition of user empowerment. Each user retains his or her own instance of desktop operating system and applications, but that stack runs in a virtual machine on a server -- which users can access through a low-cost thin client similar to an old-fashioned terminal.
SOA is an idea, not a technology.
Hummer Winblad Venture Partners was established in 1989 as the first venture capital fund to invest exclusively in software companies. These days, 12 of the 30 companies in Hummer Winblad's portfolio are SAAS ventures. We spoke with Ann Winblad, co-founding partner, to better understand the extraordinary momentum of SAAS and her company's relationship with IBM.
As enterprises build SOAs, the going is pretty slow, thanks mainly to a vastly increasing number of dependencies. Here's what you can learn from what's happening on the ground.
Outsource what makes sense, but create some new internal opportunities for yourself.
The tools exist, so now's the time for transparent government
Swat at them all you like, but these business buzzwords aren't going away soon
Commercial apps and the hyperintegrated enterprise may lead us into a licensing tangle.
Portals have become valuable corporate tools - now what?
Microsoft's next version of Windows promotes the evolution of client/server.