10 Ways Apple iOS 7 Targets Businesses
Apple has made great strides to appease not just business users, but also the IT administrators and security managers responsible for protecting and managing the infrastructure that supports mobile device use. The release of iOS 7 had many pundits lauding Apple's leadership for listening to the business contingent and releasing a raft of new management and security features that show progress for making iPhones and iPads more than consumer gadgets.
Do NIST Information Security Standards Matter?
The information security field is awash in regulations and requirements, but National Institute of Standards and Technology standards provide a strong foundation for an information security program.
IT And Innovation: A Natural Combination
Contrary to popular perception, the IT department personifies innovation with its relentless focus on improvement. IT should promote this culture of innovation throughout the company.
Will SDN Make Me Homeless?
An Interop New York panel tackled the anxieties -- and opportunities -- that SDN and network virtualization present to network engineers, architects and administrators.
SDN, Network Professionals and Jobs
Software-defined networking might mean fewer jobs as some tasks get automated, but there will still be room for skilled networking pros to build and manage the new systems.
EMC ViPR: Promises to Keep
ViPR, EMC's latest storage offering, promises to usher in the era of software-defined storage, but the company has some work to do to make its promise a reality.
Seagate Boosts Disk Drive Intelligence
Disk drives just got interesting with Seagate's new Kinetic Open Storage platform, an architecture that creates smart disk drives with Ethernet interfaces.