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    10 Things You Need to Know About Java 8 Adoption

    According to a new study, nearly two-thirds of Java developers have already migrated to Java 8, or are committed to doing so within the next year. The survey, conducted in September 2014 by Typesafe, which helps more

    12 Ways to Shift to a Consumption-Based IT Model

    Since enterprises began deploying cloud computing several years ago, IT has struggled to find the right balance between operational management and cost transparency. Detailed costs across the legacy, public and private more

    11 Facts You Need to Know About the Cloud

    This is the first year that the majority of organizational workloads are expected to take place in the cloud, which means that CIOs need to gather actionable information about this dominating tech topic. Given all of the interest, more

    Gartner Advises CIOs: Flip Your Focus

    CIOs must shift their legacy-first orientation to digital-first to become visionary and inspirational digital leaders rather than observers, according to a new survey from Gartner, "Flipping to Digital Leadership: The 2015 CIO Agenda." more

    IT Communications Solutions Are Underutilized

    The vast majority of employees don't use most of the features on the communications solutions that their IT departments provide, according to a recent survey from Softchoice. The accompanying report, "Working Hard or Hardly more

    Mobile's Potential to Increase Productivity

    Businesses continue to view mobile devices, mobile apps and their content as new, exciting tools that can increase worker productivity. That is leading to new solutions that are enabling enterprise IT to engage knowledge workers in more

    11 Ways to Introduce Coaching in Your Company

    Using coaching to enhance executive leadership development is vital for overall employee development. Organizations increasingly realize the benefits of having a robust coaching culture because it is linked to higher employee engagement. But more

    State CIOs Benefit From Shifts in IT Management

    If you think you have a lot on your plate, you should take a look at what state CIOs are taking on: A significant number are taking the lead role in dozens of major IT projects, with most budgeted at more than $20 more

    What CIOs Need to Know About Procurement Systems

    Inefficient procurement tools cost businesses in North America more than $1.5 billion annually and waste 32 million work hours, according to a new survey by cloud provider SciQuest. It found that only 28 percent of sourcing more

    IT Needs Better Service Management Tools

    IT service management (ITSM) is considered a customer and stakeholder-centric approach to improving the implementation and management of tech functions. In other words, it ensures that business comes first, and tech comes more

    The Rise of No-Location Jobs

    Since the turn of the millennium, the value chain for IT back-office services has evolved dramatically, resulting in the use of talent from all across the globe. Initially, the impetus was to reduce costs through offshoring. Then came outsourcing, in more

    Eight Top Challenges of Virtualization Management

    Virtualization now accounts for one-half of all server workloads—and it should reach more than 85 percent by 2016, according to Gartner. The benefits are many: Virtualization can reduce server incidents by 27 more

    11 Outstanding State CIO Projects

    One effort has vastly upgraded the communication tools of police officers and other public safety crews as they respond to highway accidents. Another project has dramatically reduced unemployment insurance fraud. And a third has established a central more

    Debunking Five Myths of Enterprise App Development

    Many businesses harbor mistaken beliefs about building mobile apps, according to FeedHenry, which makes open standard-based mobile platforms for enterprise. The Burlington, Mass., firm has formulated five myths about more

    12 Amazing Impacts of the Digital Economy

    As Ferris Bueller once put it, "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." For CIOs, these words convey special relevance: They make decisions every day which go beyond steering their companies more

    Brits, Data Analytics and Big Decision-Making

    Senior business leaders in the United Kingdom are using their intuition, experience, and the advice and experience of others, as opposed to data and analytics, when it comes to making an important decision, according to a new survey by more

    The Big Data Disconnect Between IT and Business

    A disconnect between the business and IT sides of enterprise may cause big data not live up to expectations, according to a new survey by Wikibon. Besides the IT department's focus on installing and maintaining systems to crunch Big more

    How CIOs Can Improve Digital Marketing Strategies

    Marketing departments are planning to spend considerably to enhance their digital capabilities, according to a new survey from Teradata Marketing Applications. The accompanying report, "Enterprise Priorities in Digital more

    11 Ways Data Analysis Can Boost Your Bottom Line

    Companies recognize the need to analyze the data they amass, but the ROI is often unclear. Depending on the organization, industry and type of data at hand, analysis can either lead to lucrative insights or come up dry, according to more

    Nine Software-Defined Networking Facts & Benefits

    It's been described as the "new cloud"—not only for its potential impact upon the enterprise, but because there's a general sense of mystery about what exactly it is. In this case, we're talking about software-defined more
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