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How IT Spent Its Summer

So how was your summer? Hopefully better than the one that some of your IT employees endured, as they were constantly getting stressed out by a deluge of remote users who seemingly always had computer or network... Continue »
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New Technology, New Risks: Preparing for the IoT

The Internet of things promises deeper business insights into customers, but the rapid uptick in IoT adoption is also setting off some alarms. Continue »
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The Last of the Millennials

Given the lingering IT skills shortage, CIOs must focus on the next generation of employees to develop promising recruitment pools for future positions. In this case, we're referring to high school seniors—who... Continue »
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From Cost Center to Profit Center: The New IT

Technology has significant business value, but CIOs often struggle to show the value IT delivers to the entire organization. One CIO changed that. Continue »
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The Dangers of Running an OS Beyond End of Life

Microsoft recently cut ties with Windows Server 2003, ending security and compliance updates for the widely used enterprise operating system. Despite the risks, 61 percent of businesses continue to use Server 2003... Continue »
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How to Ensure Data on Obsolete Hardware Is Dest...

Disposing of sensitive data is a complicated business, and an expert in IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) reveals the best way to part ways with obsolete components.  Continue »

IT NEWS & TRENDS

 

The Return of the Malicious Attachment

Malicious attacks have shifted from URL-based campaigns, which dominated last year, to campaigns that rely on attachments to deliver malware payloads, according to a new study. The study also found that phishing increasingly targets business... More »

Your Organization Is Infected–Now What?

Protecting your network from ransomware is an integral part of any network security framework for both individuals and companies. It's also important to have a plan of action once you know you've been stricken. Stu Sjouwerman, founder and CEO of... More »

Onsite Visit Is a Key Step to Outsourcing Services

CIOs often find little value in their due diligence visits because they typically perform due diligence after they have already selected a supplier. More »

CIOs Face the Growing Risk of Digital Data Loss

Data protection is a serious concern, but a new report finds that many business and IT leaders are focused on the wrong issues. More »

Tech Budgets and Staffing Are in Transition

While overall IT budgets are going up, they account for noticeably less of organizations' total revenues compared with three years ago, according to a recent survey from the Global Institute for IT Management. In addition, findings reveal that... More »

Disruption Is the New Normal

Attempting to apply old-school approaches and invoke protectionist practices in today's ever-changing business environment is a recipe for disaster. More »

EXPERT VOICES

 

The IoT, Data and the Principle of Great Expectations

Products are often developed simply because certain technologies have become available, without a lot of thought given to why users need them. More »

How to Approach IT Security Like Homeland Security

President Obama has identified cyber-security as a top national security challenge and has ordered a review of federal efforts to defend the U.S. information and communications infrastructure. The goal is to develop a comprehensive approach to... More »

Kathy Sierra Serves Up Some ‘Badass’ Advice

Best-selling author, speaker and programming instructor Kathy Sierra takes an unorthodox approach to creating a great user experience. More »

Mitchell1 Revs Up Results With NoSQL

A leading content publisher for the automotive industry turns to a NoSQL database to improve search functionality and more. More »

The Challenges of Aligning IT and the Business

The issue of aligning IT with the business isn’t really a clear-cut business, IT or management problem, it’s often a feeling that people experience. More »

CIOs: Between a Cyber-Rock and a Risk Place

With the board of directors asking questions about security readiness, CIOs are under pressure to assess their organization’s ability to respond to threats. More »
 
 
 
 
 
 
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