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Companies Expect Cyber-Attacks but Aren't Prepared

According to the "State of Cyber-Security 2017" research study from the Independent Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), 80 percent of survey respondents expect a cyber-attack to strike their organization this year, but many remain unprepared... Read More »

Why IT Leaders Have Too Little Time for Innovation

If your IT employees feel like they're on a perpetual hamster wheel—working hard but not really moving forward—they're far from alone: Tech leaders and staffers spend the vast majority of their time "keeping the lights on" instead of innovating, according to a recent survey from Sungard Availability Services. The accompanying "Read More »

Digital Transformation Is in Chaos

A new survey finds a "widespread stall" in digital transformation efforts, suggesting that its leadership is in crisis. Half of senior executives polled said their company is not successfully executing 50 percent of its strategies, according to the new report from Wipro Digital, "Read More »

A Practical Alternative to Two-Speed IT

Part two of this series on two-speed IT will explain the remaining three steps in the framework and will describe how to implement a technology lifecycle.

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Addressing the Growing IoT Risks to the Enterprise

So far, security concerns about the internet of things (IoT) have revolved mostly around consumer devices. Yet, as enterprises ratchet up their connections across people, devices and machines, exposure points and risks grow exponentially. A recent report from network management firm ForeScout—"Read More »

Cultural Issues Derail Digital Transformations

There's a huge difference between how companies' executives believe they are encouraging a digital culture and how employees think their leadership is doing, according to a recent survey from Capgemini and Brian Solis, a prominent digital analyst and author. The resulting report, "The Digital... Read More »

Why More CEOs Want to Direct Tech Investments

The majority of CEOs are embracing technology disruption as a potential opportunity, even though most of them admit that their organization may not be prepared for rapid disruption, according to a recent survey from KPMG LLP. The resulting report, "Disrupt and Grow: U.S. CEO Outlook 2017," indicates that many corporate leaders now... Read More »

Two-Speed IT: Juggling Competing Agendas

How can IT leaders juggle seemingly competing agendas: to meet the business’ demands for increased innovation, while cutting costs and slashing budgets?

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Building Positive Relationships With Stakeholders

Trust and credibility require putting your money where your mouth is. They are the foundation of all meaningful relationships—whether personal or professional.

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Advanced Analytics Tools Offer a Competitive Edge

While analytics is driving a majority of business decisions today, only a minority of executives feel strongly that their organization is deploying sophisticated analytics, according to a recent survey from Dun & Bradstreet and Forbes Insights. The resulting report, "Analytics Accelerates... Read More »

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