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Whether developing, testing, or deploying your apps in the cloud, you have to unlearn some beliefs and learn new ones to make it work.
Scope change, empty suits, kickbacks -- beware IT consultants looking to turn your IT project into their cash cow.
The spread of enthusiasm for cloud computing seems unstoppable. Here's what to consider before getting started with a new cloud service.
One or more of these wild-eyed approaches could save you a lot of money -- and not cost you much.
Given signs that the IT job market is finally thawing, IT professionals are actively searching for better career opportunities. Who can blame them?
How to Choose and Use a VPN, For Beginners and Experts Get Started With a VPN at Any Level
While virtual servers have proven a boon in the data center, they don't address the challenge of incrementally adding server capacity.
Don’t wait until your data disappears in a disaster to create a comprehensive backup plan and pick the technology that’s right for your business. Backup may never be fun, but it is becoming more affordable, automated, and painless.
Whether a natural disaster or something more nefarious causes you to lose an Internet connection, dial-up can offer online access when all else fails.
Cloud experts and early adopters offer up five entry points to the cloud
Follow these 7 tips to protect your IT assets -- and essential company data -- from a service provider breakup gone bad.
Flaming laptops, nosy mothers, and server racks sent tumbling down stairs: These seven real-world tales tell of IT brain fail.
Moving a company’s server room and local applications to the cloud can eliminate hassles and reduce expenses if you proceed with a good strategy.