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    Smartphone Users Seek Instant Satisfaction

    More people now own a smartphone in the U.S.—45 percent of adults—than own a cell phone, according to a recent Pew Internet & American Life poll. Smartphones will account for a $320 billion market by 2016, industry more

    IT Spending Projected to Increase in 2013

    Those who believed 2012 was a big year for the IT sector haven't seen anything yet, according to research firm Gartner. It recently forecasted that total IT spending will be up 4.2 percent this year, and is actually rising faster than more

    Ten Outrageous Job Interview Questions

    Do you go out of your way to avoid asking interview questions that every job candidate has heard countless times before? You know the ones we’re talking about. (“Where do you envision yourself being in five years?” “What more

    Ten Signs That You're Losing Your Confidence

    To succeed as a CIO, you must command the ear of the C-suite--as well as rally your IT department--with a sense of assertive leadership. But in this era of rapidly shifting business conditions, many senior executives may find their sense of more

    Hiring Prospects Brighten for 2013

    Do your New Year's plans include increasing the number of tech employees in your department? Join the club. A growing percentage of hiring managers and HR executives say they'll add more staff members in 2013, according to a recent survey from more

    Five Pros and Five Cons of Open Source Software

    The premise of open source software sounded like a techno-hippie dream when the Free Software movement kicked off in the 1980s. Since then, however, the concept has paved the way for much-loved tech icons such as the GNU/Linux more

    Consumer Products Find a Home in the Enterprise

    Consumer products were once banned in the enterprise. CIOs believed that allowing consumer products into the office invited security and productivity issues that couldn't be easily solved, and that the company would lose money as a more

    Managed Services Options Growing for Enterprises

    More value-added resellers, systems integrators and other channel firms are offering managed services for CIOs and other customers, according to recent survey research from CompTIA. Traditionally, concerns about revenue, staffing and the more

    More Cloud Means More Worries For Enterprise Users

    The enterprise's reliance on the cloud is expected to increase in the coming years. And most CIOs, seeing that trend, are trying to determine--if they haven't already--whether it's a good idea to follow it and move some more

    New Year's Resolutions For CIOs

    It’s time for another year of new challenges and new decisions for CIOs. Over the last 12 months, things have changed rapidly in the enterprise world. Mobile products, like those from Apple and Samsung, have more and more made their way into the more

    Data Loss, Outages and Disaster Recovery

    When it comes to IT priorities, much of the day-to-day focus is on the cloud, productivity, and lately, mobility. Security is a large concern, but it’s typically viewed as a secondary concern after a particular technology or solution is more

    Data Centers' Business Priorities in 2013

    They'd like to find better ways to increase the agility of their operations, to help their organizations adeptly adjust to rapidly shifting business conditions. They seek new options to do more with less--as in less energy usage. And they more

    9 Things Microsoft Must Do In 2013

    Microsoft had an eventful 2012. The company launched two operating systems–Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8–in the span of a month, and got into the hardware game with its Surface tablet. 2012 proved to be a rather interesting year more

    Some CEOs Disregard Social-Media Reputation

    Are your organization's executives providing little more than lip service to social media? Prior surveys presented here have indicated that high-performing companies take a pro-active approach to the monitoring, analyzing and more

    10 Reasons Your Company Needs Tablets

    The enterprise is ready and willing to adopt tablets. In fact, an increasing number of companies are bringing slates into the office. The idea is that employees will benefit from the tablet’s mobility and overall productivity features more

    An Inside View of Big Data at Big Companies

    Big data is a big issue for CIOs. With an increasing amount of data hitting their servers, CIOs need to find a way to crunch it, analyze it, and ensure it can become actionable for the business side. For many CIOs, that means relying on Hadoop more

    Ten Ways to Bring Out Your Inner Boot Camp Leader

    Boot camps are all the rage these days. In fact, the American College of Sports Medicine has listed these military-themed physical training sessions as one of today’s top fitness trends. So, if this approach gets people in shape, more

    Is Your Data Secure With Third-Party Vendors?

    The issue of data security is something the business and IT sides don’t always agree about. The differences between the two sides are made abundantly clear in a new study commissioned by nCircle, an information risk management company, about data more

    10 Events That Marked Apple's 2012

    Apple had an awfully eventful 2012. The company kicked off the year believing that it had the best and the brightest future, and throughout the next 12 months, it did little to indicate otherwise. Each quarter, Apple announced stronger and stronger more

    CIOs' Appreciation of the Cloud Keeps Growing

    While business executives clearly forced the cloud computing issue, a new global survey of 327 business executives and CIOs conducted by Dimension Research on behalf of Host Analytics, a provider of financial applications in the more
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