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  • MWC 2015: Galaxy S6 and Edge feature plums for workers and IT shops

    BARCELONA: With the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung is making a concerted effort to attract workers as potential buyers and to win the hearts of IT managers who have to wrangle with enterprise smartphone security and management.

    Written by Matt Hamblen05 March 15 04:31
  • Researchers urge boards to embrace IT

    A doctoral researcher at Queensland University of Technology’s Information Systems School says business execs and company board members must embrace technology in their ranks or risk getting left behind.

    Written by Byron Connolly03 Nov. 14 11:13
  • 3 Ways Enterprise IT Will Change in 2014

    Two of the biggest stories in tech in 2013 -- the NSA spying scandal and Steve Ballmer's announced departure from Microsoft -- will impact the way your IT organization operates in 2014 in three key ways.

    Written by Jonathan Hassell27 Dec. 13 01:14
  • Verizon Recreates the Public Cloud for the Enterprise IT

    For the past two years, Verizon has been quietly re-architecting its public cloud from the ground up to build a new enterprise-focused offering that allows organizations to dial in precisely the level of compute, network and storage they need for individual uses.

    Written by Thor Olavsrud03 Oct. 13 19:04
  • Verizon Enterprise Solutions chief: 'We build infrastructure at scale'

    In the battle for the next generation of enterprise IT, John Stratton carries a lot of weapons. Stratton is president of Verizon Enterprise Solutions, the nearly $30 billion unit formed just over a year ago to deliver networking, cloud, mobility, managed security, telematics and a host of other services in a more coordinated fashion for Verizon's top enterprise buyers. Building on a traditionally strong base of wired and wireless network services, Verizon Enterprise also blends in acquired assets like cloud hosting company Terremark, security company Cybertrust and Hughes Telematics. In this installment of the IDG Enterprise CEO Interview Series, Stratton spoke with Chief Content Officer John Gallant about Verizon Enterprise's progress since its inception, including a dramatic streamlining of internal systems and processes designed to make life much easier for the company's customers. Stratton also discussed the company's suite of services aimed at simplifying life for IT teams struggling with mobility and the influx of consumer devices, and he talked candidly about the prospects for a third mobile platform to rival Apple's iOS and Google's Android. He also talked about how cloud is reshaping the IT landscape and hinted at a series of major upcoming cloud announcements from Verizon Enterprise. Also, he explained how the "Internet of Things" is creating powerful new business opportunities for Verizon and its enterprise customers.

    Written by John Gallant13 May 13 19:00
  • 4 Ways Federal Fiscal Austerity Will Impact CIOs

    First there was the fiscal cliff. Now there's the sequester. Neither caused the sky to fall, but both will have a slow, steady impact on the economy. That means CIOs should tread carefully when crafting IT budgets for the next couple years--and shouldn't be surprised to hear 'No.'

    Written by Jonathan Hassell20 March 13 13:31
  • How Windows 8 will challenge enterprise IT

    Microsoft has presented the Windows 8 user interface and displayed various devices on which the next version of Windows will run.

    Written by Shane O'Neill04 June 11 02:58
  • ERP Sticker Shock: Maintenance, Upgrades, Customizations

    "ERP financials" usually refers to the software package that businesses use to manage their general ledger, invoices, purchase orders and the like: Nothing that's terribly exciting, yet those applications are crucial to running any going concern.

    Written by Thomas Wailgum24 Sept. 10 04:57
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