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Top 10 Tech Predictions For 2017 From IDC

IDC released today its 10 IT industry predictions for 2017 in a webcast with Frank Gens, IDC’s senior vice president and chief analyst. The predictions covered many trends driving success today and in the future, from how the entire global economy will be re-shaped by digital transformation, the...
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“DevOps Is a Management Problem”

Improving your own organization’s performance – from where they are now to performance levels equal to the industry leaders – seems like a very long and difficult road. What is missing in most organizations? We talked to Damon Edwards, co-founder and managing partner of DTO Solutions and DevOpsCon ...
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Software Defined Businesses need Software Defined IT Departments

Quick tip: if you’re in a room full managers and executives from non-technology companies and one of them asks, “what kind of company do you think we are?”…no matter what type of company they are, the answer is always “a technology company.” That’s the trope us in the technology industry have...
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Mike Woster, CRO and COO, The Linux Foundation
Mike Woster, CRO and COO, The Linux Foundation

IT Trends: Business Efficiency With Open Source

Trying to maximize business efficiencies while staying within a budget is something that keeps CTOs and CIOs up at night.   How to do senior IT leaders manage for change with a flexible infrastructure, especially one that is built on open-source? Recently, IBM had the opportunity to interview Mike...
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The Major Lesson IT Can Learn From Netflix's High Availability Testing Methodology

High availability events are more likely to be triggered then disaster recovery events, but often aren't tested for as much. Here's what tech leaders can take away from Netflix's approach to the problem.
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Working at night burns out your team and makes you less creative, warned Colin McNamara in a presentation at DevOps Networking Forum 2016.
Working at night burns out your team and makes you less creative, warned Colin McNamara in a presentation at DevOps Networking Forum 2016.

Working Late May Be Destroying Your Organization: Colin McNamara [Video]

Many of us who work in the IT field are aware of the grim reality of working late at night. People often end up working long hours as they take on additional work and projects. But, is that good for you? Is it good for your organization? Is it good for your teams and clients? By doing so, are you...
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Cloud Computing Infrastructure Spending to Surge, Says IDC

Public cloud will grow faster than private cloud infrastructure spending as traditional data center demand downshifts.
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