A majority of CIOs are concluding that it's time to dispense with dirty data once and for all: Within the last year, organizations have spent nearly half a million dollars to correct inaccurate data, according to a recent survey from Experian Data Quality. The accompanying report, titled "
Planning and forecasting the capacity of data centers is without a doubt challenging, but it’s surprising that slightly less than half of data center managers still rely on manual methods to do so. The main reason? Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) tools are too expensive, according to a recent survey, so managers resort to tape measures and spreadsheets. Redshift Research... Read More »
According to a recent survey, multinational corporations are moving to one communications service provider because they are looking for cost savings, want to improve employee productivity, require control and better application performance, and want greater flexibility. A total communications strategy can help businesses... Read More »
Eighty percent of respondents to a new survey know of data leakage incidents in their organizations, and while most have implemented technical controls and auditing, only 16% are highly confident in their file security investments. Consequently, there is a gap between file security policies and the efficacy of technical controls, including encryption, to monitor and enforce compliance. David... Read More »
Conair’s CIO has forged a strong partnership with marketing and sales to enable easier and faster analytics of customer preferences to drive sales.Read More »