15% of the 435 respondents to our InformationWeek/Dark Reading 2015 Strategic Security Survey suffered a targeted breach or compromise. Learn about the high costs of these breaches in the full report. Read more.
InformationWeek's annual 2015 IT Outlook survey finds that 74% of tech pros see a rising demand for IT inside their companies in the next year; however only 56% expect their companies to increase their budget. Read more.
The world of application development is undergoing a transformation. New platforms for server and client, new development tools, new languages, newfound status, and new deployment methodologies mean the already quick pace of change has gotten faster. Read more.
We’re going to guide you through the results of our latest State of Cloud Computing Survey and jump into five factors that will determine which cloud deployments will succeed — and which vendors will win in the marketplace. Read more.
The data center is full of nonstop action. In the physical infrastructure, SDN is disrupting networking, flash is shaking up storage, and hypervisors have revolutionized how we buy servers. For managers, DevOps and Lean business models are changing attitudes and application strategies. And of course, cloud is everywhere. Read more.
Our latest infographic shares results from the InformationWeek 2014 Strategic Security Survey. The infographic assesses the current state of security programs, where organizations are focusing their security efforts, and how IT is adapting to current threats and trends. Read more.
Government mandates and programs are top of mind for the 322 IT pros in our 2014 Healthcare IT Priorities Survey. Meeting Meaningful Use Stage 2 criteria, implementing ICD-10, and working to qualify as an accountable care organization doesn't leave much time for IT organizations to help healthcare providers optimize the new technology put in place in the last few years. Read more.
The 1,117 IT staffers and 889 IT managers with primary job function of application development continue to demand compensation solidly above that of the typical IT pro. Pay increases remain at about the rate of inflation. Download the full report to find out more about IT salary compensation trends from the perspective of those on the front lines - developers. Read more.
Enterprises outsource everything from server hosting to application development. Why not security? Look for this year to mark the start of a new era in information security, where organizations that can afford to build sophisticated analysis teams -- able to incorporate device context into security events data in a high-volume information steam -- do so, and those that can't hire specialized providers. Read more.