The most popular consumer technologies are easy to use and so intuitive that even babies figure them out with ease. One company hopes that same strategy will help bring young professionals to the mainframe.
ETL -- extract, transform and load -- has been the prevailing mantra for the past 30 years when it comes to data analytics. Until recently, it was just too expensive to run analytics where the data lived, and so companies were forced to move the information to another platform.
If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself, the old saying goes. When it comes to developing enterprise IT professionals, companies increasingly must nurture talent internally, according to Dave Hilbe, senior director of product development at BMC.