Tablets and smartphones are common Christmas gifts, but they pose challenges for IT departments who must manage BYOD workplaces.
In this two-part series, we’ll look at four major big data trends and what they mean for companies.
Treating data like a corporate asset and merging disparate analytics practices will be hallmarks of big data in 2016.
Many common scripting languages have glaring vulnerabilities, a new study from Veracode finds.
RBC chief executive Dave McKay believes that the greatest challenge to the financial industry is modernizing IT infrastructure.
A new study projects the global BYOD market to reach a total size of $238.39 billion by 2020.
Organizations relying on IBM mainframes are adopting Web-enabled applications in large numbers, but they may not be going about it in the most cost-effective way.
Deutsche Bank is making key investments in its big data capabilities and is reaping the rewards for it.