GE: We’re going all-in with the public cloud

GE: We’re going all-in with the public cloud

In an exclusive interview, COO of IT Chris Drumgoole outlines his aggressive plans to migrate to public cloud services -- and how they support GE's organizational goals

10/13/14

Windows 10: You're welcome, Microsoft!

Windows 10: You're welcome, Microsoft!

Think back to the time you first saw Windows 8 on a desktop or a laptop. You probably marveled: Wow, this looks different. Better be worth such a big change! Then you started mousing around and began wondering exactly what...

10/06/14

Enterprise architecture proves its worth

Enterprise architecture proves its worth

InfoWorld, Forrester Research, and the Penn State University Center for Enterprise Architecture present the 2014 Enterprise Architecture Awards

09/22/14

Welcome to the new InfoWorld

Welcome to the new InfoWorld

Does something seem a little different? It’s an entirely new design, but the same great enterprise tech journalism you’ve come to rely on

09/16/14

What microservices architecture really means

A new buzzword expresses an old idea -- one that's already accelerating application development through the use of shared services

09/15/14

A telco as cloud powerhouse? CenturyLink might pull it off

Telcos have tried and failed to become enterprise cloud juggernauts, but CenturyLink's 'developers first' approach -- and plunge in to Docker -- may give it a shot

09/08/14

GitHub's new CEO: We're serious about the enterprise

In a few short years, GitHub has become the world's largest code repository. CEO Chris Wanstrath explains how GitHub is also helping enterprises revitalize their app dev efforts

09/02/14

Big databases jump on the JSON bandwagon

Database titans like Oracle and IBM can no longer ignore the NoSQL insurgents. Are their efforts to accommodate JSON serious, or superficial?

08/25/14

Get ready for Windows 9

The iPhone 6 may not hog the spotlight for long. Windows is still the workhorse of the business world -- and Windows 9 is coming sooner than you think

08/18/14

The rise of machines that learn

A new big data analytics startup, Adatao, reminds us that we're just at the beginning of a new phase of computing when systems become much, much smarter

08/11/14

What the enterprise startup surge really means

The billions are flowing again -- by some estimates, at twice the investment rate in enterprise startups we saw last year. Could this actually be a sign of maturity?

08/04/14

11 questions for MongoDB's CTO

The most popular NoSQL database, MongoDB, still draws skepticism from enterprise IT. CTO Eliot Horowitz answers those objections in an exclusive interview

07/28/14

Two glimmers of hope for enterprise security

Will the endless stream of security compromises ever stop? No single security product can deliver salvation, but two new solutions, PingID and Tanium, show real promise

07/21/14

IBM plus Apple: It's all about the apps

What will IBM on iOS look like? Phil Buckellew, vice president of IBM Enterprise Mobile, explains how IBM will deliver a new experience in enterprise applications

07/16/14

Horrifying confessions of a security sleuth

How bad is computer security in the business world? Complete disarray, if you believe a friend of mine who's worked in the industry forever. Behold his hair-raising tales

07/14/14

You don't need to be in Silicon Valley

Kids, think twice before you pay a king's ransom for a San Francisco apartment. You may be in a better position than you think to let the job come to you

07/07/14

One enterprise tech trend to rule them all

It's turning enterprise IT on its head. It promises vast cost savings, shorter time to market, and continuous technology improvement. And it can't be stopped -- at least not for long

06/30/14

The end of networking as we know it

Enterprise customers still have trouble grasping the promise of SDN. Stu Bailey of Infoblox has created an open source virtual switch that gets the point across

06/23/14

The open source way of being

Open source is more than a type of software license. If you believe GitHub, it's also a successful paradigm for collaborative software development. Will enterprise dev shops join the party?

06/16/14

Why the private cloud has stalled

The idea of pouring the benefits of the cloud into your own data center has been around for at least five years. Here's why it's taking a while

06/02/14

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