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Friday, May 24th, 2019


Dangerous assumptions that put enterprises at risk

Worse than making a donkey of themselves, those who make assumptions in security leave their assets vulnerable

2017 will be a bad year for pessimists

Half empty

Executives see a lot to be hopeful for in the coming year

5 workforce management trends to watch in 2017

5 workforce management trends to watch in 2017

Workforce management and HCM will continue to evolve in 2017. Here are five trends to watch for in the coming year.

Security challenge: Wearing multiple hats in IT

IT professionals are being asked to handle a variety of security tasks and functions. For them, wearing multiple hats can create both opportunities and stress.

SAML Find Its Cloud Legs

Lori MacVittie

Despite the slow descent into irrelevance of SOA and its core standards, several of its ancillary standards such as SAML remain steadfastly alive.

Cloud-first policy: 5 years in and gov CIOs are still grappling

Government tech chiefs see challenges in management and ownership aspects of cloud contracts, while security concerns persist.

SDN is evolutionary, not revolutionary

 SDN is evolutionary, not revolutionary

If you are trying to build for future SDN growth now, you need to create openness in the way your architectures are built.

HP unveils new services to accelerate technology and operations transformation


HP has announced new services to help IT and business leaders capitalize on the latest hybrid technology solutions and operational best practices.

Aruba CEO moves to allays partner concerns over HP buyout


In a note sent out to its partners, the CEO called themselves "same Aruba... but even faster and with greater resources".

Riverbed goes private in $3.6 billion deal


Riverbed Technology is the latest major tech company to bow out of public trading, announcing a $3.6 billion takeover by private equity firm Thoma Bravo.