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Six Key Lessons of DevOps

DevOps is growing rapidly. But achieving success is far from guaranteed. The agile approach requires different thinking and approaches.

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10 Tips for Managing Open Source Vulnerabilities

As software development becomes more collaborative, technology organizations are increasingly incorporating open source content into their software development environments. Linux is prevalent in data centers and Apache is in web services. And OSS is more prevalent in the Internet of Things than ever. Developers have used OSS for years and visit repositories like Read More »

Nine Top Collaboration Tools

This could be considered a Golden Era of Collaboration. Thanks to cloud computing, broadband and Wi-Fi connectivity, and other tech innovations, professionals are taking advantage of an increasing number of tools to help them better communicate, monitor and track projects, and share, edit, and view documents. As a result, four of five businesses use collaboration technology to enhance... Read More »

11 Must-Have Mobile Apps for Productivity

Given the many hats they wear—tech leader, business influencer, people manager—CIOs are time-challenged these days. Obviously, they're in a very big boat, as this describes a great deal of professionals. (Or even most?) Which means everyone is looking for tools to increase productivity and efficiency. Fortunately, plenty of mobile apps promise to do just that. Demand for these... Read More »

10 Advantages of IT Cost Transparency

A new niche—technology business management (TBM) software—is emerging with an emphasis on cost transparency to provide enterprise IT organizations with useful data and insights. Because TBM software offers detailed, granular data about the cost of providing applications and services, it enables CIOs to make faster, fact-based decisions about purchases. The goal is to help CIOs... Read More »

Companies Investing Heavily in Digital Strategies

Organizations are allocating staggering amounts of money toward digital investments to better reach—and engage—customers, according to a new survey from Tata Consultancy Services. The accompanying report, "The Road to Reimagination: The State and High Stakes of Digital Initiatives," reveals that virtually all... Read More »

ERP Implementations Exceed Budgets, Schedules

Organizations pursue enterprise resource planning (ERP) to boost their business management software capabilities. And while, overall, nearly two-thirds of organizations consider their ERP implementations a success, there are lingering pain points, according to a new survey from Panorama Consulting Solutions. Specifically, the vast... Read More »

10 Emerging IT Techniques, Tools and Platforms

As a CIO, you're likely more focused on the proverbial big picture with respect to how IT can best support business strategies. Still, you need to stay abreast of the wealth of new tech tools, techniques and platforms which are building a buzz among your employees. After all, not only will you earn techie points for recognizing the assortment of emerging lingo referencing IT approaches and... Read More »

Free and Paid Apps Pose Risks for the Enterprise

Paid apps exhibit less risky behavior than free ones, but downloading only paid apps is not sure-fire protection for users, according to "Appthority Winter 2014 Reputation Report," a new study by Appthority. The report finds that 80 percent of the top 200 paid apps exhibited at least one risky behavior. The biggest disparity between free... Read More »

Using Everything as a Service to Your Advantage

Instead of fighting the everything-as-a-service trend, CIOs need to leverage its capabilities so they can lower capital investments and better direct their human resources.

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