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CIOs Must Bleed Open Source

Many executives say open source gives their organization a competitive advantage, which is one of the reasons why CIOs need to better support open source initiatives. Continue »
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Eight Myths About CEO Succession

With the turnover rate of CEOs ranging from 10 percent to 15 percent in any given year, you might conclude that organizations are prepared for replacing their top leader at any given moment. But you'd be wrong. The... Continue »
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Protecting Your Brand in Cyberspace

With the growth in generic top-level domains, organizations will need to better protect their brand online from business competitors and cybercriminals. Continue »
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CIOs Turn to MSPs to Boost IT Performance

CIOs are leading their organizations toward greater investment in managed service providers (MSPs), according to a recent survey from CompTIA. The global managed-services market will grow from $143 billion in 2013 to... Continue »
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Private Cloud Fuels Formula One Racing Dynasty

The Infinite Red Bull racing team has won the last four consecutive Formula One championships thanks, in part, to its selection and usage of computing resources. Continue »
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AETs: The Dirty Little Truth About Security

When it comes to security, every CIO experiences some level of angst and frustration. Despite growing investments in security, data breaches continue to regularly occur. A major reason is that digital miscreants of... Continue »

IT NEWS & TRENDS

 

Digital Marketers Need More Centralized IT

Digital marketers are determined to expand their cross-channel campaigns in order to reach customers wherever they are, whether on the Web, social media, mobile devices and so on. However, marketer are struggling to make it happen due to... More »

Nine Steps to Defeating the Heartbleed Bug

The Heartbleed bug is a newly discovered flaw in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, CVE-2014-0160, which affects encrypted communications between web applications, e-mail exchanges, instant messaging clients and some SSL-based virtual private... More »

The Evolving Role of the IT Organization

While most IT organizations aspire to play a strategic role when it comes to consulting with the business, there may come a day when that is its only primary function. A new survey of 1,300 senior IT leaders conducted by Vanson Bourne on... More »

Inside the NIST Framework to Improve Cybersecurity

President Obama's Executive Order 13636, "Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity," issued a year ago, established U.S. policy for maintaining a cyber environment that encourages "efficiency, innovation, and economic prosperity while... More »

Assessing Current and Emerging Cyber-Threats

Security expert Steve Durbin discusses nation-state espionage and the dangers lurking in cyberspace, and urges organizations to become cyber resilient. More »

Most CIOs Report 'A Major IT Transformation'

According to a survey by global consulting firm Protiviti, 63 percent of CIOs and IT professionals say "a major IT transformation" is happening in their organizations due to efforts to deliver added value, enhance business performance, and... More »

EXPERT VOICES

 

Becky Blalock's Big Dare

Former CIO Becky Blalock reflects on her decades-long career in IT and offers advice about self-confidence, risk taking, leadership and the lack of women in IT. More »

The Three-Step Process for Becoming the Next Apple

With this simple three-step procedure, your IT team will have the atmosphere, process and opportunity for them to suggest and help implement an array of innovative ideas. More »

Why Gamification Matters

Gamification is an upside-down, inside-out concept for many business and IT leaders, but it is quickly becoming a mainstream activity in the enterprise. More »

Why 2014 is a Key Year for the Internet of Things

Due to a fortunate combination of technological, economic and physical factors, 2014 will be an important year for the consumer and industrial Internet of Things. More »

Is Your Current Position Defining Who You Are?

For most people, their job is a large part of their personal identity, but people need a professional identity that is separate and distinct from their current position. More »

Five Habits of Highly Successful Digital Companies

Digitally innovative organizations outperform their peers by providing personalized service to their customers, building one streamlined app that does it all, and conveying information electronically. More »