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Disaster Recovery Is Heading Into the Cloud

With relentless productivity demands, there's no time for downtime these days. Unfortunately, the vast majority of organizations spend at least an hour—if not two or more—recovering from a server failure,... Continue »
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Security Talent Shortage Hurts Business

Large businesses with few full-time security experts pay three times more to recover from a cyber-attack than businesses with in-house experts, said a new report. In addition, an inability to hire new security talent... Continue »
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The CIO's Influence in the Business Is Growing

In addition to being perceived as trusted custodians of technology systems, CIOs and other tech leaders said they are becoming change instigators and business co-creators in their companies, according to a recent... Continue »
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Building a Culture of Disruption

To become an innovator and disruptor, an organization must adopt a risk-tolerant culture—one that spots possibilities and opportunities. That starts at the top. Continue »
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Why IT Budget Planning Can Give CIOs Nightmares

While most CIOs and other senior IT executives expect technology budgets to increase over the next year, the actual implementation and management of those budgets is growing increasingly complex, according to a recent... Continue »
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Why Companies Are Overhauling IT Infrastructure

Organizations are carefully examining the state of their IT infrastructure as they dedicate themselves to a digital transformation, according to a recent survey from SignalFx. With this transition considered a primary... Continue »

IT NEWS & TRENDS

 

Nine Advantages of Open Source Software

Even though some IT leaders shy away from open-source technology, its origins are rooted in traditional IT processes. Open-source software has come a long way over the years, and the always-active open-source communities are one of the primary... More »

Eight Interesting Facts About Java

Java, the long-lasting programming language, remains immensely popular—and for many good reasons. Java is the go-to language for millions of software developers. Java emerged as a tech juggernaut because of its unique portability and its... More »

11 Best Practices for Business Intelligence

Interest in business intelligence (BI) is surging, as big data is expected to explode into a $50 billion market in 2015—nearly doubling its current size. Why not, when BI supports so many business-critical functions, such as analytics,... More »

EXPERT VOICES

 

The Head of Technology for Aramex Simplifies IT

The CTO of Aramex focuses on simplifying the logistics company’s infrastructure—and ensuring that his team remains ready for technology’s latest trends. More »

Adopting Digital Change Inside the Enterprise

Even with all the changes digital technologies have brought to the way organizations communicate externally, internally they still operate in a fundamentally siloed way. More »

Transformation Is a No. 1 Priority for Modern CIOs

For any digital transformation initiative to be successful, existing walls between business units and departments must come down.  More »

Why IT and Agile Don’t Get Along

Even though agile practices may work effectively for a startup, it often works disastrously within a large corporation. More »

Engineering Analytics Uses IoT to Improve UX

When companies leverage IoT and engineering analytics, they can create immense value by eliminating waste, conserving energy and optimizing the supply chain. More »

CIO Leads Transformation at Denison University

The CIO of Denison University reveals why becoming more agile is essential and how the school is developing an infrastructure that is scalable and secure. More »