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    11 Admirable Qualities of an Open Organization

    Businesses often proclaim themselves as being transparent, but what characteristics make for a truly open organization? In the recent book, “The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance” (Harvard Business Review more

    What IT Seeks From Automated Customer Systems

    Businesses are increasingly turning to IT to find out more about their customers. As a result, the majority of CIOs and their tech teams are deploying card-scanning systems to automate consumer information capture, according to a recent survey from more

    CIOs Give Managed IT Services High Marks

    With a large share of organizations either outsourcing IT functions or considering doing so, an overwhelming majority pursuing managed services are satisfied with the outcomes, according to a recent survey from CompTIA. The resulting "4th more

    How IT Teams Can Protect Health Care Data

    Hackers have placed malicious software on critical medical devices and can remotely access them, rendering health care institutions vulnerable to a perfect storm of attacks, according to a new report. Cyber-attackers are attracted to medical devices more

    Why Big IT Projects Fall Short of Expectations

    It can get pretty rough out there for CIOs who oversee large-scale IT projects: For projects requiring more than $10 million in investment, the chances of delivering on time and on budget, while meeting all needed objectives, is more

    Ten Amazing Facts about Wireless Tech

    A seemingly insatiable demand for all things mobile continues to translate to immense growth for the wireless industry, according to recently released research from CTIA: The Wireless Association. The resulting survey reveals that U.S. more

    Separating Digital Leaders From Digital Laggards

    Most companies lack the knowledge and skills to succeed in the digital aspects of their business, according to a new survey. While CEOs understand the strategic opportunities and threats of digital business, many have neither more

    IT Is Missing Real-Time Data Analytics Opportunities

    The vast majority of organizational decision makers are challenged by data issues, and very few believe their IT department is adequately supporting their need for real-time data analytics, according to a recent survey from more

    How to Overcome Big Data Project Roadblocks

    The majority of organizations are pursuing big data projects, yet a number of barriers prevent these initiatives from reaching their full potential, according to a recent survey from 2nd Watch. Companies are often willing to invest more

    How Disruptive Startups Are Changing Enterprises

    A powerful combination of business and tech inventiveness and risk-taking among startups is forcing larger, established companies to redefine the way they do business, according to a recent survey from the BPI Network and Tech more

    Eight Steps to Securing IP in the IoT Era

    Product development practices require collaborators to share files across hardware and software teams, projects and geographies. These files, which include source code, hardware design specs, media and project plans, are a company's most valuable more

    Cloud Outages Prove Costly for Companies

    Organizations migrating apps and infrastructure to the public cloud are experiencing service outages at surprisingly frequent rates, as the cost of a single day of downtime now surpasses the five-figure mark, according to a recent more

    CIOs Expect to Boost Staffing for the Rest of 2015

    An increasing number of CIOs are planning to expand IT staffing for the remainder of the year, according to a recent survey from Robert Half Technology. Relatively few are putting hiring plans on hold, or anticipate reducing staff. more

    Why Companies Are Turning to Managed IT Services

    With a large share of organizations either outsourcing IT functions or considering doing so, an overwhelming majority pursuing managed services are satisfied with the outcomes, according to a recent survey from CompTIA. The more

    Password Cracking Tops IT’s Security Concerns

    Companies experienced password cracking the most of all cyber-threats during the last three months, according to a new survey. The study, "U.S. Companies' Experience and Attitudes Towards Security Threats," was conducted by antivirus and security more

    Why IT Is Unprepared for a Millennial Shift

    With Millennials positioned to dominate workplace demographics, IT professionals are raising doubts about their department's ability to meet the needs of this next generation of employees, according to a recent survey from Randstad more

    CIOs Seek Alternatives to Public File Sharing

    CIOs and their teams are seeking enterprise-based alternatives to public File Sync and Share (FSS) services, according to a recent survey from CTERA. The accompanying "2015 Enterprise Cloud Storage Survey" report reveals that more

    How CIOs Can Drive Worker Satisfaction

    Employees are generally happy at work–but CIOs and other managers could do a better job of offering bonuses and recognition programs, according to a recent survey from Blackhawk Engagement Solutions. When it comes to the less tangible, more

    How to Implement a Cloud ‘Privacy by Design’ System

    In 1995, the concept of Privacy by Design was introduced in the report, "Privacy-enhancing Technologies," written by a joint team of Canadian and Dutch government computer scientists. Its goal was to take privacy into more

    Databases Are the Weak Point in Big Data Projects

    Big data is at the core of today's businesses and is recognized as the key to helping companies unlock never-before-seen opportunities and competitive advantages. But going from data points to competitive advantage can be a challenge more
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