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    Why IT Speed Is Essential to Business Success

    Business and tech executives said the swift pace of business and tech changes will only continue to increase for the foreseeable future—and that their organization responds too slowly to these shifts, according to a more

    Fighting a Security War With Yesterday’s Tech

    Despite news stories highlighting nation-state hacks, the top external threat to enterprises is cyber-criminals, according to a new study. U.S. federal IT execs are the least likely to increase spending due to data breaches, however. The report, " more

    BPM Helps CIOs Tackle the Challenge of Change

    While most organizations have some sort of business process management (BPM) system in place, global managers and executives said more tech investment is needed to get the most out of these efforts, according to a survey more

    Why IT Spending Will Decline in 2016

    Overall IT spending is forecast to decline slightly this year compared to IT spending in 2015, according to Gartner. Currency fluctuations primarily account for the anticipated dip, as well as lingering reservations about the global economy more

    The Anatomy of Tech-Support Scams

    As IT leaders, educating non-tech employees on the dangerous scams out there (and how to avoid them) can be a time-consuming endeavor, but it's one of the most important tasks tech leaders must take on. Cyber-criminals show no mercy when it comes to naive end more

    Shifting to Hybrid IT Is No Simple Task

    Most businesses have shifted from on-premise infrastructures to hybrid IT environments, creating a dual mandate for IT professionals: increase efficiency through cloud services and ensure that critical systems, databases and more

    How Next-Gen Databases Elevate IT Performance

    The majority of organizations predict that their deployment of next-generation database tech will outpace traditional database deployment within the next two years, according to a recent survey from Datos IO. The resulting more

    How Cloud Users Put the Business at Risk

    By now, CIOs and their IT teams must think that they've spent countless hours talking to their organization's employees about the inherent dangers of the Internet age. But risky user behavior is still alive and well, according to a recent survey from more

    How Tech Can Boost Sales Team Performance

    While companies are spending trillions on digital sales tools, the vast majority of sales teams aren’t taking full advantage of these investments, according to a recent survey from Accenture Interactive. The report, titled & more

    U.S. Users Targeted Most by Ransomware

    Four percent of Americans, or 13 million people, have been targeted by ransomware, malicious software that blocks access to a computer or computer system until the victim pays a sum of money. Ransomware caused $350 million in damage last year, "living up more

    Why Better Tech Is Needed to ‘Get Personal’

    Marketing execs are determined to build more personalized campaigns and interactions with customers—but they don't feel they can do so with their current tech resources, according to a recent survey from Bluecore. The resulting report, more

    How False Positives Plague IT Departments

    C-level executives are "completely in the dark" about cyber-attacks against their companies, yet IT professionals revealed their organizations have been victims of advanced attacks during the past 12 months. Many security pros do not believe their more

    When Employee Expense Report Requests Go Bad

    Could any task inspire more tedium than a marathon review of expense report submissions? You scroll and scroll—and scroll some more—with your eyes glazing over at the 25th request to get comped for a Big Mac value meal. more

    Don’t Fall on the Wrong Side of the Digital Divide

    The majority of organizations are more focused on deploying analytics to improve operations than they are on customer-centric analytics efforts, according to a recent survey from Capgemini Consulting's Digital Transformation more

    How IT Drives Innovation in Customer Content

    Nearly all execs feel that delivering personalization in content remains key to reaching customers—and many are relying on tech advancements to do this, according to a recent survey from PwC and Forbes Insights. The resulting more

    Why Small Businesses Have Big Security Concerns

    Small businesses are struggling to protect their data and there is a disconnect between their anticipation of data loss and their readiness to recover from it, according to a new study. Forty-seven percent of small businesses said data loss is their more

    Nine Advantages of Open Source Software

    Even though some IT leaders shy away from open-source technology, its origins are rooted in traditional IT processes. Open-source software has come a long way over the years, and the always-active open-source communities are one more

    Why Cyber-Criminals Are Always One Step Ahead

    Cyber-criminals have an uncanny ability to stay under the radar for long periods of time—making the difficult business of cyber-protection even more difficult. Cyber-security is an ever-evolving undertaking, and the need for enterprises to more

    Oddball Interview Questions Asked by IT Bosses

    As a CIO, you've probably asked a lot of IT job candidates a lot of interview questions. But have you ever inquired as to whether a potential hire would like to be a particular kind of gerbil? Or pose a challenge that involves weighing more

    How CIOs Can Lead a Digital Transformation

    The majority of CIOs now perceive of themselves as their organization's primary driver of a business and IT transformation, according to a recent survey from Cognizant. The report, titled "Being Digital: How and Why CIOs Are Reinventing more
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