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    Wearables Will Increase Enterprise Risks

    The benefits of the Internet of things (IoT), including wearable devices, outweigh the risks they pose to enterprise, according to a new study, but consumer interest in wearable devices will create complications in the workplace. The survey results more

    11 Tips for Creating an OSS Policy

    More and more companies rely on open-source software (OSS), and in this software-driven economy, an open-source policy is critical. It sets guidelines regarding use, license compliance and how to mitigate against operational risks. OSS's 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 more

    Data Analytics Spurs Growth and Innovation

    Data analytics is having a positive and widespread impact on the modern economy, spurring innovation across companies of all sizes for the benefit of customers, according to a new survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs on behalf of BSA/ more

    Ten Strategic Execution Trends for 2015

    Project teams will deliberate less and plan in real-time more. Companies will recognize a cultural difference as a point of strength, rather than a source of confusion. And, more than ever, IT will emerge as a leading influence on more

    More Business Apps Are Delivered Over the Internet

    The deployment of business apps over the Internet will increase considerably during the next year, according to a recent survey from Akamai Technologies. Much of this is driven by the mobility-driven demise of the traditional more

    10 Reasons to Serve on Customer Advisory Boards

    Customer advisory boards can be useful strategic approaches for business-to-business companies to engage senior decision-makers. CABs invite executives, particularly CIOs and other IT leaders, from top customer firms to more

    How the Cloud Provides an Extra Business Edge

    Enterprises that are adopting cloud-enabled business models reported that they're gaining a notable competitive edge within their industries, according to a recent survey conducted by Frost and Sullivan and sponsored by more

    11 Reasons to Choose an Automated Security System

    Security tools, systems and practices are too focused on management agents, periodic assessments, disparate point solutions and manual response processes, according to a whitepaper by IT security firm ForeScout Technologies. The report states more

    IT Staffing Is on the Rise for 2015

    IT staffing prospects look encouraging for the year ahead, as more CIOs expect to expand their technology organization's headcount than reduce it, according to a recent survey from Robert Half Technology. The accompanying "Robert Half Technology more

    Mobile Tech Emerges as Top Marketing Priority

    A significant number of marketing executives consider mobile technology as a top priority for the immediate future, according to a recent survey from the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council and SAS. The accompanying report, " more

    Data Centers Use Renewable Energy to Contain Costs

    While growth in data demand is expected to last for the indefinite future, the use of energy to power data centers is expected to sharply decline, according to a recent survey from Mortenson. Data center owners will continue more

    Hackers Increasingly Spoof Authentic Identities

    Cyber-attacks will continue to grow as hackers collect, compile and share identity information to build profiles that are increasingly indistinguishable from authentic identities, a new report says. Using cloaking technologies, such as proxies and more

    12 Lessons Learned From Software Meltdowns

    Software for high-risk operations and mission-critical services requires a level of discipline and care above and beyond normal product development. Below are 12 software malfunctions (some are also coupled with hardware faults) and more

    Personal Use of Company Tech Disrupts Work

    A clear majority of professionals working on company-provided computers also use the machines for personal pursuits, according to a recent survey from GFI Software. It's not as if internal users are unaware of policies governing such more

    The Disaster Recovery Blame Game

    Backup and disaster recovery are crucial for small and midsize businesses (SMBs), and, if not implemented correctly, it can lead to finger-pointing if critical data is wiped out. A new report, "The State of IT Recovery for SMBs," finds that more

    Cost &Time Burdens Plague Mobile App Development

    The majority of CIOs and mobile leaders think mobile app development takes too much time and costs too much money, according to a recent survey from Kinvey. The accompanying "State of Enterprise Mobility" report cites a wide more

    More Companies Choose Hybrid Cloud Solutions

    Hybrid clouds are blowing into enterprise at a fast pace, according to a new survey of cloud and storage professionals. The respondents are building hybrid cloud solutions to leverage the advantages of the cloud without having more

    How to 'Fail Better' on IT Projects

    Playwright Samuel Beckett famously wrote, "Try again. Fail again. Fail better." Such advice would greatly benefit modern IT teams, given that 17 percent of projects fail completely, and two-thirds fall short of expectations, according to more

    Top 10 State CIO Priorities for 2015

    In the past, IT professionals who worked for the government were generally at a technological disadvantage: They were on the public payroll and, with the inevitable budget restrictions, remained somewhat removed from the leading edges of tech more
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