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    8 Tips for Keeping the Business Secure and Productive

    Security and productivity require a delicate balance. While an organization can have the best security technology in the world, unless everyone fully grasps why it's important, it doesn't matter. "As CIO, ask yourself if your employees have more

    Why Companies Struggle With Data and Analytics

    Nearly all organizations are using data and analytics (D&A) solutions, but very few are satisfied with the results, according to a recent survey from KPMG International. The report, titled "Going Beyond Data: Turning Data from more

    Automation and the Modern CIO

    The modern CIO runs one of the most critical departments in the business. IT is the seat of innovation, so the direction the CIO ought to take is discussed at the board level. In this transitional period for IT, trends have ever-shortening more

    IT Leaders Give Smart Watches the Time of Day

    Smart watches are favored by 81 percent of U.S. IT decision-makers, who believe their companies will deploy wearables within the next six months, according to a new survey. Regarding wearables in general, 39 percent of those who more

    How Idle Servers Cost $30 Billion

    Ten million servers in data centers worldwide, including 3.6 million in the U.S., are powered up but idle, according to a new study. The results corroborate previous research by the Uptime Institute since 2006 and McKinsey and Company in 2008, more

    Job Candidates Are Often Kept in the Dark

    The majority of job seekers expect to hear back from employers after they apply-but most employers typically don't respond to candidates' applications, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. The findings reveal a significant gap more

    How Data Projects Drive Revenue Goals

    The vast majority of organizations have either already implemented a big data project or plan to do so, according to a recent survey from CA Technologies. The report, titled "The State of Big Data Infrastructure: Benchmarking Global Big Data more

    CIOs Are Confident About the Digital Disruption ‘Edge’

    The vast majority of CIOs and other business leaders anticipate that their organizations will be impacted by digital disruption over the next 10 years–and most of them believe this shift will give them an advantage over more

    How Strategic Organizations Maximize IT’s Value

    Companies that are considered strategic are highly focused on improving customer experiences while reducing IT costs and increasing tech automation, according to a recent survey from Kaseya. The report, "IT Operations Benchmark more

    Tech Leaders Enlist Analytics to Fight Cyber-Crime

    IT professionals are using advanced security analytics to identify and mitigate cyber-crimes before they have a significant impact on their organization and customers, according to a new report. Enterprise Management Associates, an IT and data more

    Confidence in Effective Cyber-Protection Wanes

    Few technology leaders are confident that traditional firewalls, antivirus software, IDS/IPS technologies, log management and SIEM mitigate the risk of security incidents, according to a new study. Despite this, few have cyber-insurance. The study, 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

    What IT Leaders Seek From Windows 10

    The majority of IT departments have either already tested–or are actively testing–Windows 10, according to a recent survey from Spiceworks. The resulting report, "Windows 10: Will it Soar?" indicates that nearly all CIOs, IT more

    Ten Simple Ways to Engage Your Employees

    Nearly seven out of 10 workers are disengaged at work–with more than 17 percent describing themselves as “actively disengaged.” Low levels of employee engagement translate directly to attrition–something CIOs can& more

    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
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