With so many companies moving operations to the cloud, it’s important that CIOs and IT managers read the fine print before committing to a particular vendor.
Companies turn to the private cloud in the hopes big cost savings, but without orchestration, cloud computing will fail to deliver on its big promises.
To free its team to focus on innovation and not maintenance, Slack turned to the power of the cloud.
Though the long-term benefits of virtualization are undeniable, upfront migration costs hold healthcare providers back from converting their infrastructure.
The UK Government has set forth a new digital transformation strategy, however some critics argue their goals aren’t ambitious enough.
The expanding role of digitization and the growing salaries of IT managers may be evidence that the role of the CIO is set to become even more central in 2017.
The cloud promises users cost savings, scalability, and access, but there are a few pitfalls they should consider before making the switch.
Executives used to view IT as a cost center, but now they expect the department to drive innovation and, ultimately, revenue.