The IT infrastructure market in particular has been hit by an innovation drought since the IPO markets dried up around 2000.
Stories by Steve Duplessie
Cloud provider Nirvanix went belly up. Even if you weren't one of its clients, you can learn things from that mess.
The company could rediscover relevance because it understands that the companies using its cloud services require flexibility first and foremost.
IT upheaval is inevitable -- like it or not.
Vendors are rebuilding the mainframe with converged infrastructure, collapsed kit or integrated compute platforms -- whatever you want to call it. And customers are loving it.