Both Sides of Enterprise Mobility

Cloud Musings

Photo credit: Shutterstock Enterprise mobility has become table stakes in the world of business. What’s clear, however, is that the convergence of the consumer market and the enterprise market is highlighting the importance of addressing this as an operational requirements.

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Connections Redefining the Enterprise Network

Cloud Musings

It also describes the imperative for enterprises to redefine their network in order to operate in the modern data economy. Photo credit: Shutterstock The computer and the network that connects them are both inextricably linked to the success of any business.

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IT Enterprise Architecture: How EA Teams Can Support Business Transformation


As chart 1 shows, there are four main types of opportunity for aspiring enterprise architecture (EA) teams. Chart 1: Four types of opportunity for Enterprise Architecture Source: CEB analysis.

Enterprise Networking in a Cloud World

Cloud Musings

Enterprises must rethink network management in the cloud computing world. In meeting the challenges of mobility and globalization, enterprises must address their lack control or complete visibility into the networks they use.

Enterprise Service Management Drives Engagement

Forrester IT

Enterprises deliver services poorly, especially to themselves. From onboarding employees to approving contracts, when you need someone else’s help, the results are often dismal. “Send an email to our shared Inbox so we can ignore it” is too often the default. This won’t work in the Age of the Customer. Your employees are full participants in […]. employee engagement infrastructure & operations ITIL shared services user experience workplace services

Cybersecurity Standards and Your Enterprise


IASME : a UK-based standard for information assurance at small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) based on best practices. The post Cybersecurity Standards and Your Enterprise appeared first on

Machine Learning – How Artificial Intelligence is Invading the Enterprise

The Investing Edge

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Darktrace: Enterprise Immune System technology


Darktrace is one of the world’s fastest-growing cyber defense companies and the leader in Enterprise Immune System technology, a new category of cyber solutions based on pioneering Bayesian mathematics developed at the University of Cambridge.

Data Lake Phenomenon Among Enterprises


To tackle this big data explosion, there has been a rise in the number of successful Hadoop projects in enterprises. Due to the large volumes of data, the emergence of Hadoop technology, and the need to store all soloed data in one place, has prompted a phenomenon among enterprises called: Data Lake. Is the Data Lake an effective catchment for all of the enterprise data? This slows down time-to-value for enterprises.

IPSoft: Cognitive agents for service desk and enterprise IT management


IPsoft automates IT and business processes for enterprises across a wide range of industries through its portfolio of autonomic and cognitive solutions. Research Team.

Why your CTO Makes or Breaks your Enterprise Mobile Strategy


Why your CTO Makes or Breaks your Enterprise Mobile Strategy. Today mobile devices outnumber people in the world, and both entrepreneurs and enterprises should understand the increasing importance of mobile. You, the CTO are in control of your enterprise mobile strategy.

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Survey: Enterprises Plan to Spend More on Data Centers

Data Center Knowledge

Despite worries that cloud will replace enterprise data centers, IT budgets are growing Read More. Cloud Computing colocation Data Center Strategies Enterprise Featured

Meet the new enterprise architect: the “capability architect”

CIO Dashboard

Engineers can be likened to today’s enterprise architects. The enterprise architect needs to transform to impact today’s collaborative, multi-disciplinary, technology-driven, and far-flung enterprises. 16 Enterprise Architecture Strategies Learned The Hard Way.

Cognitive Search Is The AI Version Of Enterprise Search

Forrester IT

The problem: Old keyword-based enterprise search engines of the past are obsolete. Cognitive search is the new generation of enterprise search that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to return results that are more relevant to the user or embedded in an application issuing the search query.

Dear Clouderati: Enterprise IT Is Different

Chuck's Blog - EMC

A shiny bubble, floating over the vast and often grim landscape of real-world enterprise IT.  No one is debating the coolness of whatever the latest idea might be; it’s just that it’s not consumable by the vast majority of enterprise IT shops.

Datrium: Server powered enterprise storage with speed, simplicity and saving


It brings the best of server-side storage functions and enterprise grade management together in a solution with elastic performance. Bob Gourley. With this post we are initiating our coverage of Datrium. We are tracking them in our list of The Hottest Infrastructure Companies.

Why the Northeast is Best for Enterprise IT Investing

The Investing Edge

A recent look at 2015 innovations trends by IDC shows significant growth in nearly every area impacting enterprise IT – including cloud, big data and analytics, mobile and internet of things. Innovation analytics Big Data cloud Enterprise IT internet of things IoT mobile Northeast startups

The Next Generation of Enterprise Technology


Here are a few things that may appear in the not-too-distant future, and how they will be utilized to make enterprises thrive. This would increase sales, consumer interaction, and benefit enterprises as a whole. The sky is the limit, and with businesses driving towards greater efficiency and greater profit, the next generation of enterprise technology will likely seem more fiction than reality – saving money, boosting productivity, and improving daily life. Trends Enterpris

Creating an Infrastructure Strategy for Enterprise Mobility

Data Center Knowledge

Mobility has become the new norm for the modern enterprise. Cloud Computing Enterprise Mobility cloud moblityBut how do you enable the infrastructure to handle next-generation mobility demands? Read More.

Untangling Enterprise IT For The Cloud Era

Chuck's Blog - EMC

Most larger enterprise IT landscapes are deeply integrated; almost woven together. Critical business processes that power any enterprise can span dozens of individual application components. I keep arguing with folks that enterprise IT is distinctly different than other forms of IT.

Ascent B2B IT Forum – Next-Gen Enterprise Tech: How AR & VR are Pushing New Boundaries

The Investing Edge

While AR and VR are making inroads on the street, it’s also forging ahead as a notable technology for use in the enterprise. Mike Festa, director of Wayfair Next at WAYFAIR , doesn’t believe that large enterprises are interested in joining early adopters.

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Slow Waning of the Enterprise Data Center in Numbers

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud Computing Colocation Data Center Strategies EnterpriseData center industry survey confirms rapid shift from on-prem to cloud and colo Read More.

Enterprise Cloud Security Startup Skyhigh Raises $40M

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud Computing Enterprise Investing SecurityShare price indicates a down round, but CEO begs to differ Read More.

Why Is Enterprise IT Continually Reorganizing?

Chuck's Blog - EMC

It's become an obligatory part of most enterprise IT conversations I have -- what's the latest org structure? And what does it imply for enterprise IT strategy in general? Enterprise IT Itself Is Changing.

Enterprise security technology consolidation

Network World

Look around the cybersecurity infrastructure at any enterprise organization, and here’s what you’ll see—dozens and dozens of cybersecurity tools from just as many vendors. Now this situation wasn’t planned; it just happened. Over the past 15 years, bad guys developed new cyber weapons to exploit IT vulnerabilities. And large organizations reacted to these new threats by purchasing and deploying new security controls and monitoring systems.

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Uncomfortable Truths In Enterprise IT

Chuck's Blog - EMC

What I haven't shared yet was my real motivation -- a deep and fundamental shift in my personal perspective of what's really going on in the enterprise IT industry -- and what's happening in enterprise IT shops. Enterprise IT shops are getting slammed to do more with less.

Architecting the digital enterprise

Computer Weekly

A survey of 9,000 IT leaders in 90 countries shows that the fastest-growing areas of demand in IT this year is for enterprise architects. It is not a skills shortage, but an adoption lag

Uptime: Cloud Gives Many Enterprise Data Centers New Lease on Life

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud Computing EnterpriseWhile they’re not building new data centers, many companies are upgrading existing ones Read More.

The Lonely Road Of The Enterprise Architect

Chuck's Blog - EMC

  Today’s enterprise architects might be seen the modern equivalent: creating the digital “buildings” that we all live and work in. Like the protagonist Roark, the road that enterprise architects must travel can be lonely, with obstacles and challenges at every turn. 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Rethinks Enterprise Computing

Data Center Knowledge

Blades Convergence Enterprise Featured Hewlett-Packard InfrastructureUnveils new vision of composable infrastructure, cooked up as Project Synergy Read More.

Creating Your Enterprise Cloud Connectivity Strategy

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud Computing Connectivity Enterprise Featured cloud data centerAs you add public cloud services into your corporate IT toolbox, cloud providers offer direct private links from your data center to their clouds Read More.

IT Enterprise Architecture: Some EA Teams Reinventing Themselves as Innovation Coaches


And a handful of the world’s IT enterprise architecture (EA) teams – whose main task is to describe and document the design of organizations, including processes, systems, reporting structures, and technology – are already developing.

A new era of Enterprise Content Management (ECM)


Enterprises have rushed to embrace the cloud, driven by mobile and the Internet of Things (IoT), as a way of keeping the invasion of devices connected – spelling the end of ECM as we know it. Although AIIM’s recent (Q2 2015) ECM Decisions Industry Watch revealed that half of enterprises still have a goal to deploy a single enterprise-wide system to manage their content, the reality is that multiple systems and multiple content silos are thriving in most businesses.