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Massive open online courses will soon deliver an advanced comp-sci degree at a very, very low price, courtesy of Georgia Tech, Udacity and AT&T.
IBM eats its own dogfood, reports significant cost savings and more customer interactions with private cloud.
With millions of apps already out there, why re-invent the wheel?
Gartner predicts employees will be expected to provide their own mobile devices for work; foresees more back-end cloud infrastructure to support it. Their advice: keep it simple.
Target IT executives describe the challenges of building consistency into in-store, mobile and customer call center interfaces.
2.5 quintillion bytes of new data a day - where's it all going to go? That's what many organizations are just starting to find out, as explored at IBM's latest conference.
One developer's mini success story. Multiply by 3 million, and you have a thriving economic model for service development.
'Design is more than just creativity, or a phase in creating a product, service, or application. It’s a way of thinking that can transform an entire enterprise.'
Enterprise and data integration have been on front burners for years. But a changing business landscape demands a redoubling of efforts.
An agile response: 'I’m here to prevent more software from being written. We want to write less code, not write more code faster.'
The flexibility enabled by service oriented architecture has made it cheaper to experiment and fail with new project ideas -- and that's great news for innovation.
An insurance services provider crosses the line: 'If you talked to me four years ago, I suspect I would not have envisioned myself sitting on stage today saying I'm a cloud service provider'
Are we still viewing 21st century organizations through a 1990s window?
Survey on IT stress factors also finds one out of five IT professionals report stress-related health issues as a result of their jobs.
The big web services data centers of the world are becoming the de facto 'servers' for today's enterprises, usurping on-premises enterprise data centers, says one leading tech investor.
The author and visiting Harvard professor says everyone should have a role in analytics. 'Narratives' might tell a clearer story.
Predictions about the changing roles of chief information officers: less technology management, more business management.
A data expert observes that the pieces are falling into place for BDaaS, but ethical questions arise.
Public clouds have the edge over their internal counterparts in security, reliability and elasticity, says the author of a new book on enterprise architecture.
'The chief marketing officer has become the king of IT without you knowing it.'