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    Gartner's Strategic Predictions for 2018 & Beyond

    The rapid rate of technology change has created steep challenges for organizations of all shapes and sizes. It's no secret that innovation now arrives faster than most CIOs and IT departments can cope with. All too often, before more

    How Machine-Driven Decisions Will Affect IT

    With most enterprises now using machine learning in some way, CIOs and their tech teams are looking ahead to the next big step in this emerging technology: the automation of decisions that affect business operations and the achievement more

    Why IT Is Increasing Investments in Colocation

    A clear majority of data center managers said they are already using colocation or plan to do so shortly, according to a recent survey from Vertiv. The resulting "Colocation Data Center Usage Report" defines colocation as an environment that more

    Breaches and Compromises Stepped Up in Q1 and Q2

    Yet another study shows that organizations are failing to deploy adequate security tools and processes to prevent data breaches, many of which are caused by accidental loss or exposure of data. The report notes that even relatively small numbers more

    Why CIOs Must Work Collaboratively With Their CFO

    The stakes are increasing for the digital transformation, as a growing number of organizations plan to invest in transformation-enabling technology tools and services. Such investments, of course, will make a significant more

    Meeting the Challenges of Quality Testing Plans

    The digital transformation has emerged at Topic A for many enterprises, but IT organizations often struggle to develop a testing plan to assure the quality of today's tech initiatives, according to a survey from Capgemini and Micro Focus. The more

    Ransomware Damages to Rise to $6 Billion in 2017

    Ransomware is the fastest growing security threat, yet most companies are unprepared to deal with it, says a new study. Companies and government agencies are overwhelmed by frequent, severe attacks, according to "2017 Ransomware Report," more

    Next-Gen Networks Advance Digital Transformations

    IT decision-makers admit that their companies are still several years away from a fully realized digital transformation, according to a recent survey from Riverbed. The accompanying report, titled "The Future of Networking," more

    How to Become a Master at Software Delivery

    While modern approaches to software development and delivery are emerging as make-or-break factors for achieving a competitive edge, few organizations excel in practicing continuous delivery, deploying DevOps-enabled automation or more

    White & Black Hats Point Out Security Blind Spots

    The majority of white hat and black hat hackers said phishing is the best data exfiltration strategy because human error and ignorance will always be exploitable, according to a new study from Bitglass, "Data Games: Security Blind Spots According more

    Big Data Translates Into Big Demand for Tech Tools

    With the volume and velocity of data growing staggeringly fast, an increasing number of companies are investing in big data platforms and interfaces—as well as a variety of other data-focused tools—to respond to the more

    How Agile Adoption Will Improve App Testing

    With the vast majority of organizations now viewing enterprise app testing as a crucial strategic pursuit, CIOs and their IT teams believe that the adoption of continuous delivery and agile processes will greatly improve testing, more

    Phishing Prevails Despite Investments in Security

    Despite their investments in security technology, most organizations have been subjected to phishing attacks, and they continue to worry about email-related threats, according to a new survey report, "Phishing Response Trends," which was more

    Why IT Architectural Plans Often Get Derailed

    The majority of organizations know that they need to do a better job of planning for IT infrastructure, software development, data needs and cyber-security. But surprisingly few of them actually take part in long-term, tech-focused more

    How Large Companies Tackle Cyber-Security

    Large companies grapple with employees' disdain for strict cyber-security policy enforcement and invest in communicating and training personnel rather than strictly enforcing their policies, according to a new survey, "How Large Businesses Approach more

    What CEOs Expect From Digital Transformations

    A significant share of CEOs at multinational companies rank ongoing digital transformation efforts "at the top of our boardroom agenda," according to a recent survey from BT. The resulting report, "Leading from the Front: CEO more

    How ROI Analysis Supports a Smooth Cloud Migration

    The majority of organizations are now conducting a formal ROI assessment before migrating to the cloud, according to a recent survey from Unisys. The resulting "2017 Unisys State of Cloud Transformation Survey" report more

    Best Security Approach: Layers and Trained Staff

    A new report, the "2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report" from NTT Communications, calls for organizations to acknowledge people as a key part of any security program. That includes hiring and retaining skilled security professionals and using more

    Many Companies Don't Use DMARC to Fight Phishing

    The vast majority of Fortune 500 companies are "woefully unprotected against phishing," according to a new research report, "Agari Global DMARC Adoption Report: Open Season for Phishers." Those organizations and their customers remain vulnerable more

    Why Some Companies Are Replacing Their CIO

    General dissatisfaction with tech leadership and IT support—as well as significant changes in company direction—are the most likely reasons that an organization will look to change its CIO, according to a recent survey from more
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