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    Nine Ways to Better Organize Your IT Department

    A CIO is paid to lead. But it's difficult to do so when you don't have the right organizational structure in place. A house, after all, is only as strong as its foundation. So whether you're "the new guy" as a CIO or you've worked more

    Companies Overwhelmed by Malware Threats

    For years now, one of the enterprise's main concerns has been the security of corporate data and networks. However, a new survey of 315 IT security professionals conducted by Malwarebytes and the Enterprise Strategy Group reveals that more

    Advanced Analytics Arises Across the Enterprise

    There has always been tension between what businesspeople think they know and what the numbers often prove. Now that advanced analytics applications are getting easier to use, however, business executives are increasingly more

    Companies Face Customer Analytics Challenges

    To bring their deployment of customer analytics up to speed, the vast majority of organizations intend to increase investment in both tech solutions and people, according to a recent survey from AbsolutData and Alteryx. However, more

    Virtualization: Misunderstood and Underappreciated

    There's a knowledge gap in the enterprise about virtualization and its impact on companies, according to a new survey of more than 1,200 employees by Cisco partner firms. The survey reveals that while CIOs more

    Organizations Struggling With Content Demands

    At this point, any CIO worth his salt understands how important content is. Without strong content to present to targeted audiences—such as current and potential customers, stakeholders and partners—organizations more

    Nine Security Apps to Keep Your iPhone, iPad Safe

    Mobile devices are all the rage in the enterprise nowadays. Companies around the globe are adopting smartphones and tablets, and CIOs have warmed to the idea of allowing iOS and Android into the office. Part of that is due to the more

    Security Metrics Are Undervalued, Misunderstood

    Keeping your corporate network secure is arguably the most important aspect of any CIO’s job. But a new study from risk-based security compliance company Tripwire seems to indicate that determining the metrics for security and conveying to the more

    IT Not Trusted With Employees' Personal Data

    CIOs might be deathly afraid of important corporate information getting into the wrong hands, but a new BYOD study from Aruba Networks indicates that CIOs should be concerned about their employees, many of who are concerned more

    Employees Fed Up With Work Requests on Vacation

    OK, so your IT members may say "Sure!" if you ask for something from them while they're on vacation. They may even sound chipper on the phone when you apologize for making such a request. But that doesn't mean they're happy about it. And more

    Nine Must-Have Android Apps for CIOs

    When examining the corporate world, one would quickly believe that Android wouldn't be one of the chosen platforms for the average CIO. After all, BlackBerry still appeals to the needs of the enterprise, and a growing number of companies are more

    Senior Execs Move Forward With Cloud Investments

    Who's on board with the cloud? Contrary to the impression that the cloud is the stuff of tech geeks, it appears that senior-level execs—the C-Suiters, VPs, and CIO and IT director-level decision-makers—are more more

    Companies Not Protecting Data on Mobile Devices

    According to a recent Ponemon Institute report, The Risk of Regulated Data on Mobile Devices, many organizations fail to protect regulated data on mobile devices and in the cloud. Regulated data is sensitive and more

    Workers Confident About Economy and Job Prospects

    Employees continue to feel better about the overall economy, as well as their ability to find a new job, according to a recent survey from Randstad U.S. Given the high level of competition for available tech talent, CIOs should pay heed more

    New 2013 IT Spending Forecast Shows Slight Jump

    Nothing can stop the IT industry. At least that's what a recent IT spending study from research firm Gartner indicates. The company noted in a recent statement that IT spending will increase once again this year. more

    Failure to Encrypt Data Puts Individuals at Risk

    In 2012, for the first time, California companies and government agencies were required by law to submit copies of their data breach notices to the attorney general. The impact of the failure to encrypt sensitive personal information is particularly more

    Training Programs Improve Employee Retention

    As indicated in past features, CIOs and other managers are struggling to retain good tech talent. But a new survey from Aerotek reveals that organizations will do a better job keeping valued workers if they invest in training. Clearly, an more

    Complexity and Legacy IT Delay Cloud Adoption

    Existing IT infrastructure in the enterprise has caused CIOs around the world to question whether implementing cloud-based solutions right away is a good idea, according to a new survey of 300 CIOs and senior IT more

    Best Practices of Mobile Technology Leaders

    How are IT executives preparing from the transition to mobile technologies in the enterprise? To find out, IBM and IDC conducted a joint study, "Putting mobile first: Best practices of mobile technology leaders. Findings from the more

    Did Somebody Say Malware?

    According to security company Kaspersky Lab, nearly 200,000 new malicious software programs appear around the world each day, but few IT executives recognize the extent of the threat. Kaspersky Lab's survey, conducted with B2Bof 2013 Global Corporate IT Security Risks,& more
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