Big data is one of the hottest buzz words in IT right now. But how many companies actually plan to implement the technology? A lot, says one new survey.
The good news: Most executives report their companies are doing pretty well when it comes to IT security. The bad news: It probably isn’t true.
Reports show that for most companies, the IT budget is growing or at least staying flat – however, many have to use that extra money to fix aging infrastructure that is in need of an upgrade.
Many businesses are saving money by turning to cloud computing services. But too often, companies fail to consider some common hidden costs and don’t save as much as they had planned.
Though contracts typically favor providers, it’s possible for businesses to negotiate cloud contracts that better protect them against the risks of cloud computing. Here’s some help.
Virtualization has been a lifesaver for many IT departments, helping them cut costs and boost efficiency. But that doesn’t mean it’s the best solution in every situation.