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    Your Organization Is Infected–Now What?

    Protecting your network from ransomware is an integral part of any network security framework for both individuals and companies. It's also important to have a plan of action once you know you've been stricken. Stu Sjouwerman, founder and CEO of KnowBe4, more

    Why CIOs Need a Chief Data Officer

    The volume of data that CIOs and their teams oversee is growing immensely–increasing the need to hire a Chief Data Officer (CDO) if they don't already have one on board, according to a recent survey from Experian Data Quality. The report, more

    8 Reasons to Update Your Approach to Data Security

    It's time to shift your thinking about data security, according to security and data experts at DataGravity, a data-aware storage platform. "Many people consider data security to be synonymous with perimeter security," said Perry Dickau, more

    Why Risk Professionals Need More IT Support

    Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) professionals believe their current tech tools aren't capable of enabling them to monitor risk effectively, according to a recent survey from SAP. The report, titled "Managing Risk in an Age of Complexity," more

    Ten Truly Bizarre Help Desk Questions and Requests

    As a CIO, you should always convey your appreciation for good help desk workers. Especially those who are capable of fielding the following bizarre employee and user questions and requests, taken from a recent survey from Robert more

    Why IT Spends Too Much Time on Asset Management

    When it's time for a software or compliance audit, tech departments are spending too much time collecting asset inventory data and reconciling asset inventory sources, according to a recent survey from Enterprise Management Associates more

    How State CIOs Are Focusing on the Enterprise

    Most state CIOs are implementing enterprisewide strategies to best support business efforts and make better investment decisions, according to a recent survey from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers ( more

    Known and Unknown Malware Continues to Grow

    A huge increase in zero-day attacks in 2014 on enterprise networks and mobile devices slammed companies, according to a new report by Check Point Research. There were 106 downloads of malware per hour compared to 2.2 per hour in 2013. "Only by arming more

    How to Use the IoT to Boost Business Revenue

    The vast majority of global organizations have adopted some form of Internet of things technology, and they're reaping the rewards of increased revenues as a result, according to a recent survey from Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). more

    Why the 9 to 5 Work Day Is Fading

    With technology comes empowerment. And, in the case of CIOs and their teams, that empowerment often translates to the ability to self-determine work hours, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. The vast majority of workers, in fact, more

    Ten Tips to Secure the Data Center

    Securing a data center can be challenging for a variety of reasons. You can't secure what you don't see, for example, and almost everything has remote access capabilities and IP addresses to interface with the Web. Too often, security takes a backseat, which more

    How to Successfully Migrate a Data Center

    What to do with a legacy data center is one of the most challenging questions CIOs face. After years of cycling people, hardware and software in and out of IT, CIOs often want to consolidate and streamline their data centers, but they' more

    Why Transformation Is a Top Business Priority

    More than nine out of 10 companies are either undergoing or preparing for a major transformation, according to industry research. And they're doing so because the potential consequences of "status quo" are severe, according to a more

    How to Manage Skilled-but Difficult-IT Workers

    As a CIO, you probably have made this observation about your tech staffers: They're not like "normal" employees. Nor would you ever want them to be-because it's their combination of quirks, curiosity and talent that makes them so more

    IT Departments Are Lagging on BYOD Policies

    While most U.S. workers use a personal mobile phone for work, the vast majority of organizations are failing to implement bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies to set guidelines for such usage, according to a recent survey from tyntec. CIOs and their more

    How M2M Powers the Internet of Things

    The Internet of things (IoT) is evolving rapidly and emerging at the center of a new digital era. One of the key components: machine-to-machine communication (M2M), which encompasses computing devices, sensors and other electronic systems that send and more

    Top Advantages of DevOps and Continuous Delivery

    CIOs and their tech teams are constantly under the gun to test and launch digital products and services faster–at lower costs. Fortunately, there are two increasingly popular ways to do so: continuous delivery and more

    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 CIOs Must Change Their Leadership Style

    A clear majority of CIOs are redefining the essence of their leadership, according to the 2015 Gartner CIO Agenda survey report. The report, titled "Flipping to Digital Leadership," indicates that CIOs are placing less emphasis on 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
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