Results for Survey

Business Users Still Driving Cloud Adoption; IT Interest and Influence Grows

Cloud adoption continued to rise in 2013, with business users doing a lot to push adoption, according to a recent survey. North Bridge Venture Partners found more than half of organizations use SaaS and cloud services to achieve business goals, while only 36% use apps to advance IT goals. IDN looks at the highlights.

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Survey: Big Data, Cloud Drive White Hot Use of In-Memory Databases

Cloud and big data projects are driving a white hot adoption of in-memory databases, according to a survey just released by Evans Data Corp. a leading dev researcher.   The number of devs using in-memory DBs is up 40 percent since just last fall and the survey expects that number will grow rapidly.   

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SIIA Survey: Data Analytics, Mobile, Social May Get Bigger Budgets in 2013

The Software & Information Industry Association has released its annual survey about adoption of key IT technologies and a range of opportunities and challenges in some of today’s hottest sectors, including Big Data, Cloud and Mobile. IDN takes a quick look.

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Survey: Serena Finds Speed, Business Alignment Top 2013 AppDev Priorities

For 2013, enterprise IT priorities are changing, according to a study released by Serena Software. This year, IT intends to focus on delivering applications faster and better align IT to business goals. Last year, the move to mobile and cloud were the top goals. IDN talks with Serena’s senior product marketing manager Miguel Tam.

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BYOD, Virtualization, Top List of Data Recovery Challenges

A new survey suggests that expanding BYOD and virtualization projects will continue to fuel IT concerns over data loss, and prompt a spike in data recovery spending. These trends were also evident last year, according to research from Kroll Ontrack, a provider of data recovery and ediscovery solutions. 

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Survey: VMworld Attendees Say Increasing VM Density Important Issue

This Halloween, VM sprawl might be getting scarier than Jason or Freddy. An overwhelming 95% of IT professionals are say their virtual machine density is important or very important to the integrity and scalability of their virtual environments, according to a survey taken during last month’s VMWorld.

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Survey: CIOs Bullish on Cloud Benefits, But Worry About SaaS Data Silos

CIOs continue to grow more and more bullish about cloud solutions, with a whopping 92% saying that cloud provides business benefits, according to a recent survey. Nonetheless, IT execs remain concerned over how to avoid SaaS-based data silos. The survey was conducted by Dimensional Research and commissioned by Host Analytics.

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Survey: Cloud’s Future Burns Bright as Corporate Confidence Grows

A survey finds the future of cloud is bright, as firms become more trusting in cloud solutions to run business-critical operations. The Future of Cloud Computing Survey, released by North Bridge Venture Partners asked 785 industry experts, vendors and end users about drivers inhibitors and best practices for cloud computing.

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Survey: IT Increasing Use of Multiple Clouds, Multiple Flavors

More evidence that once a firm embarks on a cloud strategy, it doesn’t take too long for multiple cloud projects to crop up throughout the company. A recent survey by cloud management firm RightScale sheds more light on the ‘bet you can’t deploy just one’ trend in cloud adoption.

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Survey: Dice.com Finds Salary, Bonus Jumps for Middleware, Integration Devs

Salaries are rising for a wide range of integration developers, according to a recent survey by Dice.com. The IT careers site found devs with skills in SOA, Red Hat’s JBoss, Oracle WebLogic and IBM WebSphere are just a few of those who enjoyed healthy jumps in pay and bonuses in 2011. IDN talks with Dice.com’s Managing Director Alice Hill.

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Survey: Activity, Spending on Mobile IT Set To Skyrocket by 2013

Enterprises are aggressively embracing mobile IT, says a just-released survey of 1,000 IT managers in the US and the UK. By mid-2013, up to one-third of all firms will be working on four or more mobile projects at the same time, says the survey from Antenna Software. The survey also highlights tips on how to avoid chaos in this rush to mobilize.

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Survey: CDW Says Mobile Computing is “New Normal” for Federal Employees

BYOD is becoming the new normal for government workers. More than half of federal employees use at least one mobile device at work, according to the Federal Mobility Report by CDW Government LLC.  Further, an off-the-charts 99% of Federal IT workers said they had deployed a mobile project in their agency.

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