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  • The I in BPM

    Jan Stafford - Executive Editor 02 Jun 2015
  • Something old, business process man­agement, has been made new again by the addi­tion of a lowercase i. This three-part guide shows how and why adding cloud services and analytics to BPM will make ...

  • Dig into these IOT development tips

    Jan Stafford - Executive Editor 21 May 2015
  • IoT is the latest thing in embedded systems technology, and it’s not a fad. IT research firm Gartner Inc. projects installation of 26 billion IoT units by 2020, resulting in $1.8 trillion in ...

  • Cloud adoption puts need for DevOps in overdrive

    Jan Stafford - Executive Editor 20 May 2015
  • Has DevOps adoption hit the mainstream? Well, IT analyst firm Gartner Inc. predicts that 66% of enterprises will be using DevOps tools and practices in the cloud – as will 25% of Global 2000 ...

  • Developing apps for space scientists calls for automation

    Jan Stafford - Executive Editor 14 May 2015
  • A photograph from a Mars Rover may be breathtaking, but it will not deliver the complex data space scientists seek. Scientists like Washington University-St. Louis computer systems manager Thomas ...

  • Application modernization is a top priority worldwide in 2015

    Jan Stafford - Executive Editor 30 Jan 2015
  • Any organization NOT doing an application modernization project this year is in the minority. Over 70% of businesses worldwide are modernizing their application environments to handle mobile, cloud ...

  • What will be big with SOA in 2015?

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 31 Dec 2014
  • With 2014 coming to an end, we close the door on an eventful year. Technologies such as Hadoop, Docker and microservices made their way into our everyday lexicon. Some tried and true predictions ...

  • JBoss middleware and OpenShift unite with xPaaS offerings

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 11 Nov 2014
  • Integrating applications deployed in traditional enterprises or data centers with those in the cloud is a common headache enterprise architects face. Red Hat recently released OpenShift Enterprise ...

  • Do IT and business leaders need an attitude adjustment?

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 20 Oct 2014
  • It's not uncommon for IT and business leaders to want to reap the benefits of having employees collaborate amongst each other, but the same perspective isn't always seen when it comes to sharing ...

  • Big data investments edge upwards, survey finds

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 30 Sep 2014
  • A growing number of organizations are jumping on the big data bandwagon, according to research from Gartner. Within the next two years, more than 70% of just over 300 survey respondents said they ...

  • Research: Public cloud spending on the upswing

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 15 Aug 2014
  • Public cloud spending is on the rise, according to research from International Data Corporation. Software as a service accounts for more than 70% of the market, the Worldwide Semiannual Public ...

  • Is the cloud the great equalizer?

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 23 Jul 2014
  • When people talk about "going to the cloud," it's often viewed within the context of what it means for an organization in terms of workflow and costs. Anjoy Willy, a director at business ...

  • Why middleware testing is a cloud affair

    Maxine Giza - Content strategist 17 Jul 2014
  • By: Jan Stafford More and more, enterprise architects are building environments for large-scale middleware testing in the cloud. Why? There are huge limits on how many test and development ...

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