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McKinsey report outlines how social, mobile, analytics and cloud has become the new 'plastics.'
A chat with best-selling IT author Thomas Erl on how the work that took place behind service oriented architecture over the past decade has been extended to cloud.
IT departments on organizations' hit lists for extinction, but IT skills are needed more than ever.
ESBs are helping some enterprises integrate cloud-based applications and manage application programming interfaces.
SOA Manifesto's principles, first published in 2009, call for adaptability, collaboration and independence from specific technologies.
Organizations these days seek ability to look at the bigger picture, versus individual pieces of technology.
The arrival of mobile computing hasn't altered the laws of economics for developers, a new survey confirms.
4 views on the shape of things to come with cloud computing: IT inseparable from cloud; 100% cloud-based companies making it into the Fortune 1000.
New report predicts Amazon Web Services will rule the enterprise world in 10 years. We'll see.
Before you allow yourself to get buried in cloud, it's important to remember key lessons learned in the SOA world.
The safest and cheapest place to open a data center? The United States.
More than ever, enterprises need IT managers' brains, not brawn.
New survey of 2,000 chief information officers finds widespread inability to innovate; and a lot of concern about finding and retaining skills. Top recruiting target: enterprise architects.
No one in the industry is talking about any fears they may be having about the cloud -- at least not out loud.
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.