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Price tag for troubled SAP project will skyrocket to nearly $1 billion, audit says

An 'overly ambitious design' and poor training are cited as reasons for the mess at a New York gas utility

How to avoid an Oracle ERP upgrade disaster

Users who have gone through the experience advised their peers during OpenWorld


3 lessons from the big cloud reboot

AWS, IBM, and Rackspace unexpectedly rebooted their clouds last week, to customers' unpleasant surprise

3 key changes you must make to succeed in the cloud

The movement to the cloud means that people, processes, and technology must change

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The sum of all cloud security fears

Resistance to the cloud is more emotional than technical, but gut reactions do matter

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The 5 lessons both IT and business should learn from Apple

Tired of being ineffective and unloved? It's time to act different

New data center protects against solar storms and nuclear EMPs

Data loss from an electromagnetic pulse is the bigger worry

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When servers go silent: An admin's nightmare

Amid a routine cleanup, a tech is confronted with the deafening silence of servers gone offline

Slackers in the office? Must be the boss's kids

Nepotism rears its ugly head when a new timekeeping system reveals two workers' lazy, cheating ways

Back to basics: 5 baffling tech support tales

Kill this key! Use your bionic vision! Play family counselor! These requests are all in a day's work at the help desk

Data centers are the new polluters

IT managers may be too cautious about managing power and businesses are unwilling to invest in efficiency, study finds

Shadow cloud services pose a growing risk to enterprises

Non-approved SaaS apps are growing rapidly and pose serious risks for enterprises, says PwC

Are you experienced? Not for this IT job

Good luck to the IT manager and assistant separating fact from fiction as they try to fill a networking position

In Microsoft's cloud quest, some will get left behind

Risk of 'technical drift' is especially pernicious when your vendor appears to support the cloud but is only paying lip service

Pay up: The free ride is over for corporate BYOD

Some companies saw BYOD as a way to make employees pay to do their job, but a court ruling may end that abuse

Rimini Street did steal Oracle's intellectual property, judge says

The third-part support company had claimed defamation, but a federal judge found Oracle's accusations were true

Wyoming to close data centers in cloud shift

The first state to deploy Google Apps makes its next step in moving the state's computing resources to cloud services

A do-nothing CFO gets the upgrade he deserves

A CFO more interested in golf than in work gets the biggest, baddest machine IT can provide -- but don't look under the hood

Caution: Cloud brokers may not deliver what you expect

The multicloud approach can simplify management of disparate clouds, but it won't give you portability

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