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Market forecast says SOA governance market will keep growth by more than 10% a year.
Platform as a Service means only worrying about final assembly of a sandwich, not growing the wheat and peanuts.
IT outsourcing head points to risks and hidden expenses of outsourcing. There is one underrated practice that can make a difference, however.
Songkick, an online service and social venue for tracking bands and concerts, reports on its move from one big tightly coupled system to a more flexible service oriented architecture.
Red-hot market demand for It skills masks enormous underlying pressures to deliver business value.
How to avoid becoming an 'Agile Zombie,' and 9 other Agile adoption pitfalls.
Lots of IT assets on the ground makes for a well-grounded cloud.
Today's BI dashboards provide greater visibility, decision-making efficiency and collaboration than ever before.
Everyone wants stability in their information technology systems, but with too much stability, IT departments lose their edge, one expert warns.
Platform as a Service promises to relieve organizations and IT of much of the infrastructure and middleware work involved in application and system deployments. But buyer beware.
The federal government issues bring-your-own-device guidelines for the handling of mobile devices in agency work; lots for commercial enterprises to consider as well.
Is the future of the App Economy an ad-supported model?
More evidence of the lines blurring between technology vendors and consumers.
Today's business intelligence dashboards aren't any more intelligent than they were two decades ago, analyst says. Is there room for improvement?
'I thought soft skills meant it was a soft job... Good marketing is a product of the same inputs as good code; long hours, sweating the details, and the judicious application of experience doing it the right way.'
New survey of 200 executives finds close to half plan to hire contract talent to fill cloud and mobile development needs.
Cloud computing may bring more opportunities than it takes away.
A decade of work on service oriented architecture is paving the way to today's cloud and shared services, says Ajay Budhraja, chief technology officer with the US Department of Justice.
If companies want to compete in a rough-and-tumble global economy, they need to foster an innovative and collaborate workplace for their IT talent. Here's how.