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    Businesses Trusted Despite Recent Data Breaches

    The onus for safety is not on the individual, but on the company. That's a bitter pill for some CIOs to swallow, knowing full well that the average customer or employee isn't securing their products as well as they could. And companies have a greater more

    Americans Proud of Their 'Inner Geek'

    If your IT department employees seem giddy today, it’s not necessarily because of the upcoming Memorial Day weekend: May 25 has officially been declared “Geek Pride Day.” To mark the occasion, Modis, an IT staffing company, has produced a more

    Organizations Falling Short on BYOD Savings

    Organizations aren't simply allowing bring your own device (BYOD) adoption on the part of their employee/users—they're embracing it. Why not, given how much they can save with respect to equipment/operating expenses while increasing worker more

    Nine Reasons Why the Enterprise Loves the iPad

    Apple has been a quandary for some in the technology industry. On one hand, the company's products are ideal for consumers who want (and can afford) elegant, intuitive and easy-to-use devices. On the other hand, Apple has frequently said that it more

    13 Ways to Determine a Candidate's Soft Skills

    CIOs are under the gun now to land the very best tech talent available in an increasingly competitive recruitment environment. But it won't do much good to hire a collection of incredibly competent but ultimately dysfunctional employees, more

    Increasing Performance With Monitoring Solutions

    In the corporate environment, ensuring that employees remain productive while still keeping everything secure is no easy task. For years now, CIOs have been imploring their business colleagues to add more resources to IT budgets, more

    Eight Great Job-Interviewing Techniques

    How often has an IT department job candidate knocked it out of the park during the interview process—only to fall completely flat starting on his first day on the job? It's a common frustration. Many interviewees are skilled at saying all more

    Ten Questions That Every CIO Should Ask

    Many bosses think of their role as “outward looking." Meaning, they look out of their offices and make sure that all of their employees are doing what they're supposed to be doing. But truly effective CIOs and other managers also realize more

    How Open Source is Changing the Enterprise

    If open source software hasn't already emerged as a commonly used tool throughout your enterprise, it likely will before long, according to a recent survey from North Bridge Venture Partners and Black Duck Software. Once associated with more

    CIOs Struggling to Meet Mobility Challenge

    We may be living in the Mobile Age. But CIOs and other tech and business leaders say their organizations are falling far short of expectations in pursuing mobile strategies, according to a recent survey from TEKsystems. With the realization that they more

    The Ten Commandments of Disaster Recovery

    How much can a flawed disaster recovery and business continuity plan cost you? Try an average of $90,000 for every hour of downtime among corporations, according to Strategic Research. Whether we're talking a hurricane, flood, terrorism or more

    Seven Ways to Cut Data Center Costs

    If CIOs are looking to reduce expenses in a big way, they may want to schedule a visit to their data centers—even if they may not like what they see. Indeed, these facilities consume enough energy worldwide to power 30 nuclear power plants more

    Saving Cash For Growth, Not Financial Survival

    The corporate world is changing at a rapid pace. Companies are now much more likely to allow their employees to use their own products for work, they've warmed to the idea of using smartphones and tablets, and cloud computing is a new more

    12 Surefire Ways to Boost Your Leadership Presence

    Some say your presence is something you can't change. That people like Bill Clinton and George Clooney have "it," and "it" can never be taught. But the book, Own the Room: Discover Your Signature Voice to Master Your Leadership more

    Software Gets More Insecure, Not Less

    It's no surprise the enterprise is worried about security. For decades now, companies have been getting hit hard by cybercriminals who have tried to take them down, and it seems like there hasn't been a single time when any company was more

    12 Management Lessons From Disney U

    It started in 1923 as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. Ninety years later, it dominates as one of the largest media companies and entertainment businesses in the world. Disney’s vast holdings include ABC, Marvel Entertainment, Pixar, more

    11 Best Practices For BYOD

    As previously reported, six of ten mobile workers are using a personal smartphone for business purposes. In fact, the average mobile employee uses nearly three personal devices to do their job. Because three of four organizations allow for some form of more

    How CIOs Can Increase Employee Productivity

    Increasing productivity in the office is something that CIOs are always concerned about. The business side is pushing for more revenue and more results from employees, and often times the technology in the office is what the leaders look to more

    Ten Books to Boost Your CIO Edge

    Would you like to improve your ability to gain buy-in from the C-suite and other key, organizational influencers for your IT initiatives? Do you sense that you could do a better job of commanding attention—and instant respect—from your more

    Assessing the Impact of Big Data

    A new Cisco Connected World Technology Report based on a survey of 1,800 IT professionals in 18 countries finds that while everyone agrees the impact of big data will be huge, there are significant hurdles that need to be overcome before it gains more
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