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Ways IT Teams Work: What Makes Them Effective?

Joseph Gulla

January 6, 2017

This is the last post in this series on the ways that IT teams work. I complete this series by examining the characteristics of teams that make them effective regardless of the way they are organized to carry out their work. About the Team Teams work best when a number of factors are optimized. For […]


IT Leaders Cite Cloud Computing as Top Priority for 2017

Caroline L. Vitse

January 4, 2017

To gauge the technology directions its readers plan to take in 2017, we conducted an online poll in fall 2017.


Realizing the Vision of Smart Cities

K.S. Ram Mohan

March 1, 2016

K.S. Ram Mohan describes smart cities and how they may come to life


Sam Knutson Believes Collaboration Helps Mainframes Evolve

Reg Harbeck

January 16, 2016

Reg Harbeck talks with Sam Knutson, a prominent mainframer who has been involved in both the vendor side and private industry side on the platform. Listen to the interview via the orange play button or read the transcript below. Reg Harbeck: Hi, I'm here—this is Reg Harbeck. I'm here with Sam Knutson today and we […]


Accessing the Data in Core Dumps

Mark J. Ray

January 22, 2006

If you're like most UNIX administrators, you probably have a crontab or some other housekeeping program that regularly searches your systems for core dumps, backs them up (maybe), and then deletes them. This leaves you to try to puzzle out their cause from information contained in the AIX error log. Of course, about half the […]