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    10 Things That Smart Data-Analytics Teams Do

    In prior slideshows, we've extensively illustrated the rising role of big data in the enterprise, especially with respect to how it's driving business decision-making. To perform up to the expectations of the C-suite, your data-analytics more

    Eight IT Infrastructure Success Drivers for 2014

    A new report from McKinsey & Company provides a glimpse as to what's ahead in 2014—and beyond—for IT infrastructure management. Overall, there will be a push to expand beyond merely technology capabilities and more

    What to Do After a Security Breach

    The U.S. cyber insurance market for 2013 was between $1 billion and $1.5 billion, according to Thomas Reagan, Large Risk Underwriter at Beazley USA Services, a British insurance company. Fewer than 25 percent of U.S. companies buy cyber insurance, but the more

    CIOs Increasing Deployment of BPA Tools

    Remember when we sent and received invoices in the mail? Or that we paid employees with printed checks that they'd take to the bank? Fortunately, these and other traditional methods of doing business are going the way of VHS tapes. CIOs more

    10 Things That Digital Business Leaders Do

    The entire world is creating endless volumes of valuable information and data every single second. Much of this is credited to social media, which is projected to consume more than 4 trillion minutes of the population's time over the next year. more

    CIOs and the Retail Store of the Future

    Retail CIOs must step out of the back office and embrace social media, mobility and big data to drive innovation and create a complete in-store experience for customers, according to "The Global Agenda of Retail CIOs" study commissioned by Tata more

    Nine Fascinating Facts About Today's CIOs

    Have you ever wondered about how many CIOs are promoted internally and how many are recruited outside their organization? Or whether companies are making progress in appointing women and ethnically diverse executives as CIOs? Or if it's common for more

    How Virtualization Drives Peak IT Performance

    While CIOs want to devote more of IT's time to business-driving strategies and less on day-to-day fixes, they're faced with an uphill struggle: Six of 10 tech professionals say they spend too much time is tracking and more

    Enterprises Controlling How Users Share

    Bigtincan's Content Intelligent report for the last half of 2013 finds that enterprise users increasingly need to manage, control, or simply oversee how much their users share content both inside and outside the organization. more

    Enterprises Failing to Secure M2M Transactions

    Even though automated processes, called machine-to-machine (M2M) transactions, are overtaking human-to-computer transactions, M2M security is often overlooked, according to a new report by Forrester Consulting. M2M is used in applications such as more

    Internal IT Coming to Terms With the Cloud

    The challenge facing nearly every IT organization today is not whether to make use of cloud computing services, but the degree to which they want to manage it. Despite the popular perception that internal IT organizations are more

    How CIOs Really Feel about Technology

    You live it. You breathe it. But do you actually like technology? Yes, apparently you do. At least that's the impression cast by a new survey from The Harris Poll. While you may spend your entire day immersed in pursuits of cloud, mobility, more

    Staying in Touch With Generation Mobile

    Mobile computing is clearly transforming how we work and play, which is creating challenges for CIOs that need to provide the services and applications that make all the mobility possible. Employees, for example, are voting with their more

    How SaaS Pacesetters Are Gaining an Advantage

    Software as a Service (SaaS) is serving as more than merely a cost-savings tool. It's helping organizations gain a competitive advantage through enhanced business processes, innovation and customer experiences, according to a more

    Few Enterprises Using Big Data Analytics

    Many executives say their companies are not equipped to make the most of big data, according to a survey by management consulting firm Bain & Company. Participants were executives from more than 400 companies worldwide and mostly from more

    Can Highly Secure Computing Defeat Cybercrime?

    The EastWest Institute is calling for a new computing paradigm called Highly Secure Computing (HSC), in a new report, "Resetting the System: Why Highly Secure Computing Should be the Priority of Cybersecurity Policies." The EastWest Institute's goal more

    Big Data Helping Enterprise Decision-Making

    EMC Corporation's "2013 Transforming IT" study finds that big data is giving rise to markedly improved corporate decision-making. It is also having an impact on a company's ability to differentiate itself competitively and to avert risk. more

    10 Building Blocks for Today's Leadership

    The old school system of management has gone the way of the 9 to 5 workday. Today's top organizations recognize that the rules of leadership are changing to address the ever-expanding challenges caused by disruptive technologies more

    What CIOs Need to Know About Business Alignment

    By now, CIOs are highly aware of the C-suite's growing interest in aligning IT planning, investment and deployment with strategic business goals. Despite the fact that much of this activity is driven by the increasingly more

    IT Life After Microsoft Ends Windows XP Support

    With Microsoft ending its free support of Windows XP on April 8, IT organizations that have not yet upgraded from the 12-year-old operating system are mulling their options. A new survey of 1,070 IT professionals conducted more
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