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    How Fake ‘Insiders’ Can Hijack an Organization

    Privileged accounts are at the epicenter of most cyber-attacks, but many organizations still struggle to identify and locate such accounts, according to a new study. Yet access to these accounts can lead to a "complete hostile takeover" of network more

    How CIOs Can Help Sales Teams Close the Deal

    As selling strategies evolve and improve through technology, the role of the CIO has a more direct impact on revenue and commission for the sales team. Technology is becoming a key competitive differentiator for sales' success, as more

    Why Enterprises and Startups Collaborate

    CIOs and other executives from large companies are learning how to foster a more innovative and effective digital business environment through their ongoing collaborations with entrepreneurs and startups, according to a recent survey from more

    Why Worker Confidence Remains Strong

    Overall confidence among employees about their present and future remains impressively high, according to the most recent U.S. Employee Confidence Index (ECI) survey from Randstad US. A significant share of workers feel the economy is getting more

    The Rise of No-Code Citizen Developers

    Traditional programming methods and application development platforms are too slow, too expensive and are fraught with miscommunications, according to a new survey. That's driving enterprises to seek a better ROI in application more

    Company Memo: We Can't Protect Consumer Data

    The majority of technology, risk and business professionals revealed customers should not feel confident that their personal information is fully secured, according to a recent survey from ISACA. The report, titled "Keeping a Lock on Privacy: How more

    Who’s Mining the Data?

    It's been well-reported that the accumulating volume of enterprise-managed data is presenting major challenges for organizations. But they're also struggling with the amount of tools they must use to collect and analyze it, according to a recent survey from more

    Why Some IT Pros Are Terrible at Networking

    As a CIO, you're expected to feel as comfortable engaging techies as you are senior execs with MBAs. And, often, schmoozing with IT and business pros at networking events presents great opportunities to raise your industry profile, more

    When Email Marketing Campaigns Are Just Mailing It In

    Despite the surge of business-to-consumer interactivity in social media, organizations still vastly depend on email to connect with customers. However, a large portion of customer-focused email databases are more

    Measuring the ROI of New Tech Investments

    Companies considered tech driven are far more likely to achieve productivity goals than those that aren't, according to a recent survey from Planview. The resulting report, titled "Powering Productivity: How Business Leaders Are more

    When the Firewall Is Not Enough

    In the era of the Internet of things, CIOs must apply the same security policies to printers as they do to their IT infrastructure. Statistics of printer breaches are unavailable, but HP estimates that 70 percent of customers do not secure their printers. more

    11 Ways to Protect Data in the Cloud

    The recent avalanche of security breaches is forcing CIOs to establish new due diligence priorities to protect business data in the cloud. This is an especially timely issue, given the FTC's recent ruling, which affirmed its authority more

    Managing Cloud Costs (and Expectations)

    Today, cloud computing growth outpaces all other IT spending, according to IDC. The forecast for worldwide total cloud spend for 2015 is $32 billon, up 21 percent from last year's $26.4 billion spent. Not long ago, however, the cloud more

    Tech’s Indelible Impact on Society

    A significant share of Americans feel that digital companies are gaining so much power that they'll eventually get regulated just as utilities are today, according to a recent survey from Vrge Strategies. The findings cover an interesting mix of more

    Demand for Apps Grows but Quality Takes a Hit

    Tech departments are allocating a significantly larger share of their overall budgets to quality assurance (QA) and testing, according to a recent survey from Capgemini. Produced in conjunction with HP, the resulting "World Quality more

    Want to Engage Employees? Feed 'Em!

    In prior features, we've written about how CIOs and other IT leaders struggle to hire qualified tech employees for vacant, mission-critical positions. And, once those staffers are in place, it's difficult to keep them engaged so they remain with the more

    When Disaster Recovery Plans Are a Disaster

    Only a minority of organizations are able to activate their disaster recovery/business continuity (DR/BC) plans with minimal difficulties, according to a recent survey from Janco Associates. In some cases, DR/BC teams don't have the training required more

    How to Deceive Cyber-Attackers With a Kill Chain

    Imagine that you could lie to the cyber-attacker on the other end of the command-and-control console, or fool malware at the affected endpoint, or both. Deception as a defense against attackers is an attractive strategy for enterprises, according more

    How Midsize Companies Put Large Companies at Risk

    Although medium and large businesses are exposed to the same types of threats, they react differently to them, according to a new study. Bitdefender, in partnership with Millward Brown, surveyed 300 CIOs at companies within this size range. They more

    Essential Traits Every IT Security Pro Should Have

    The tech world has been in constant motion while CISOs have been building defenses to ward off attackers, and the changing landscape has created entirely new responsibilities for security professionals, according to Greg Mancusi-Ungaro, CMO, more
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