Two-thirds of UK IT budgets will be allocated to innovative new products and services by 2017
For April's #CIOChat, join @SearchCIO to discuss why adopting a predictive and/or prescriptive model might ease your enterprise's analytics woes.
Indian telecom operator Bharti Airtel has restructured its IT services contract with IBM following changes to its business
By forgoing traditional hardware and using a cloud-first approach, one company was able to take advantage of scripted automation -- and save money.
Cloud computing and the consumerization of enterprise IT has taken the app-store procurement model beyond its consumer focused origins
Stanford engineers and Facebook are both hoping to influence others into thinking about their data center power use, even in the cloud.
It is more than 10 years since context-aware security was proposed. We look at how the technology has evolved.
Indian companies are beginning to adopt managed security services as a lack of internal resources and rapidly changing business models force a change of strategy
OpenDNS CTO Dan Hubbard says big data techniques like machine learning and data mining can be used to spot and mitigate unknown Internet threats.
In the latest Talking Data podcast, SearchCIO's Nicole Laskowski reports on doings at the recent Gartner business intelligence summit.
Expert Matt Mueller offers advice to data management pros who are interested in developing their big data skill set.
Co-operative Allegiance Retail Services is deploying a cloud-based big data stack to replace a homegrown system that fell short on analytics power.
Expert Brian Jordan discusses three common mistakes that BI teams make when training business users and offers advice on how to avoid them.
The growing adoption of big data analytics applications is complicating data security challenges -- and creating a need for new security strategies.
Wayne Eckerson examines the roles of data warehouses and big data systems in analytical environments -- and says he's tired of data warehouse bashing.
Mobile POS systems free salespeople from being chained to registers, allowing them to serve customers where they are: on the retail floor.
While call centers have gotten a bad rap, new contact center technologies have helped turn their reputation around.
Customer nurturing helps companies solidify relationships with existing customers -- who make up 80% of company revenue; new customers claim only 20%.