Enterprise

The line is blurring when it comes to what is now considered enterprise IT. Still, anything primarily of interest to large organizations is included in this section. Also see related categories of enterprise apps and security.




Although the basic idea of DevOps is straightforward, people use and discuss the term in a lot of different ways. Here we take a look at...


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Cloud technology is beginning to realize its full potential, moving from hyperbole to functionality. Find out what that means for IT jobs.


Can a data model predict election results? Drew Linzer thinks so. In fact, his algorithm makes a convincing argument.


Unlike the Grinch in the Dr. Seuss tale, this one steals corporate data, and when things like credit card and sensitive corporate...


If you haven't jumped on the cloud bandwagon already, it's probably because you're still looking for a way to compare deploying in the...


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Hypervisors can be a cost efficient solution to managing multiple virtual machines on one server. Through proper resource allocation you...


Writer Troy Sadkowsky talks to big data expert Gil Press about big data today and in the future.


Big data isn't just an abstract concept: it's the result of a growing online community that keeps adding data to the pile.


Just how big is cloud computing? This infographic provides the details.


As the drive for more data continues to increase, companies may only have two options: Either tame the big data beast, or be crushed by the...


Social media sites account for nearly a quarter of overall Internet use, giving companies new ways to listen to what their customers are...


Computing devices are getting smaller, faster and easier to use. It's great news for consumers, but what about those working in IT?


Find out what distinguishes these two popular enterprise computing applications.


What is the difference between business applications and enterprise applications?