Olympics Lessons For Social Media Strategists
London's Olympic Games are generating enormous interest on Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks. Look to the Games for new ways to bolster your own social media strategies.
Overcome Cost Challenges Of VDI
Virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs) place new demands on the storage systems that support them. Here's how you can cut those costs.
Who Owns Your Big Data?
Big data may be set to take off in the enterprise, but the laws protecting it have a long way to go.
What's Next For Facebook
Facebook's first earnings report as a public company was a mixed bag. Do you agree with our experts about what's next for the social network?
Big Data Means Big Storage Choices
It's tough to keep up with what big data you'd like to store, especially when much of the data is unstructured text from outside--perhaps from blogs, wikis, surveys, social networks, and manufacturing systems.
5 Facebook Rivals Hot On Its Heels
As Facebook tackles big challenges, its competitors are increasingly drawing new users and increased participation. Take a look at who's nipping at the heels of Facebook's success.
How To Stop Storage Node Sprawl
Many IT departments deal with capacity demands in scale-out storage by adding nodes. That may not be the best way to fix the problem.
VMware Finally Gets a Network Strategy
After some ill-fated attempts, VMware has left private cloud networking to its partner Cisco. By purchasing Nicira, the company regains control of its virtual network strategy in a big way.
Compliance In The Cloud Era
Just as we're finally getting to a good place with controls, a new pressure is emerging, say the 422 respondents to our 2012 Regulatory Compliance Survey.
Fortune 500 CEOs Shy Away From Social
70% of Fortune 500 CEOs have zero presence on social networks, according to new report. Perhaps newly minted Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, with her 183,022 Twitter followers, will inspire them.