In the world of football, 18 weeks of competition on the grid iron will come down to two teams – the New York Giants and the New England Patriots – battling for glory, fan adoration and bragging rights. The big game is set for Sunday (February 5), but it’s already been played and the outcome determined in the digital world.
The West Health Policy Center has a lofty goal: save up to $100 billion in cumulative health care costs within 10 years. A main concentration of the think tank is infrastructure independent care enabled by new models of health care coordination by smart technologies, including mobile health technologies.
The days of standardizing on Microsoft’s Word Docs – or at least the word processor known as “Word” – may be numbered. After nearly two decades of living in a Word world, the staid word processor application market appears to be breaking open – and IBM may be leading the charge.
IBM’s and Red Hat’s alliance stretches back more than a decade. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0, officially launched this week, on IBM System X hardware is the latest collaboration both companies say delivers impressive performance, scalability and lower TCO compared to other virtualization solutions, namely VMware.
A big benefit of Moore’s Law is computing power affordability. The cost of hardware – namely servers –goes down. It’s that simple.
Pressures to optimize costs and efficiencies in a heterogeneous IT environment are driving more organizations to turn to master data management (MDM) as a more efficient way to manage and maintain data across multiple sources, says Colleen Graham, research director at Gartner.
Historically, to run simulation testing on a software program, a development team must construct an actual testing lab made up of both hardware and software. This time-consuming and labor- intensive process has become even more compounded with the short development cycle needed to compete in rapidly expanding markets such as those for smart phones and tablets.
We’re barely into the new year and the IT industry is already chanting about the coming advancement in IT management and IT value brought about by previous advancements in service oriented architecture (SOA) and cloud computing. Adding enterprise social collaboration to the mix is the latest trend.