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802.11ac Wave 2 Is a Big Commitment

26 May, 2015

Organizations must keep in mind that the steps between 802.11ac Wave 1 and Wave 2 are big ones that must be undertaken with great care. More >

A Milestone Approaches in the Never Ending End of IPv4

21 May, 2015

At some point this summer, ARIN will no longer be able to fulfill requests for IPv4 addresses. But that's not a huge problem if ISPs continue working toward IPv6. More >

Another Type of Citizen Integrator: The Mobile App User

28 May, 2015

Vendors are studying how mobile apps are used and coming up with 'recipes' to help them integrate them without IT's assistance. More >

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Kachina Shaw

Get Ready to Hire Generation Z

Charting Your IT Career   |  Kachina Shaw   |  01 Jun, 2015

The consensus in business circles seems to be that big changes in workforce management will result.... More >

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Carl Weinschenk

Efforts Continue to Breach the Persistent Digital Divide

Data and Telecom   |  Carl Weinschenk   |  01 Jun, 2015

Google and Facebook are working on projects that are controversial, reaching out in different ways to break down the digital divide internationally.... More >

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Sue Marquette Poremba

Recent Intellectual Property Lawsuit Reveals the Serious Nature of Insider Threats

Data Security   |  Sue Marquette Poremba   |  01 Jun, 2015

A lawsuit between two fitness tracker companies shows how much is at stake when employees jump to a competitor with intellectual property in hand.... More >

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Arthur Cole

Steer Clear of the Single-Provider Cloud Environment

Infrastructure   |  Arthur Cole   |  01 Jun, 2015

When you consider today's Big Data, collaborative workflows and data mobility, a single-provider cloud infrastructure makes no more sense than a single-vendor data center.... More >

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Mike Vizard

Intel Makes Case of RealSense 3D User Experiences

IT Unmasked   |  Mike Vizard   |  01 Jun, 2015

By using the RealSense software development kit developed by Intel, developers can build applications that actually see what is occurring around them.... More >

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Don Tennant

Traditional Management Structure Is Obsolete, Red Hat CEO Says

From Under the Rug   |  Don Tennant   |  01 Jun, 2015

Today’s companies demand a far more open, inclusive, participative structure, not unlike the structure of the open source software community.... More >

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Loraine Lawson

Why SharePoint 2016 Needs to Address Integration Shortcomings

Integration   |  Loraine Lawson   |  29 May, 2015

Why is SharePoint so hard to integrate? It wasn't built for heterogeneous environments, for one thing.... More >

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Kim Mays

How Program Management Brings Business Evolution and Innovation

New Tools for IT   |  Kim Mays   |  28 May, 2015

Program management involves leading and managing the company toward goals that generally affect the company as a whole—often the bottom line.... More >

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Rob Enderle

Michael Dell and Meg Whitman: The Importance of a CEO Who Can Engage

Unfiltered Opinion   |  Rob Enderle   |  28 May, 2015

In thriving companies, the CEO actually engages broadly with customers, employees, investors and analysts.... More >

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Kim Mays

Why SMBs Should Invest in a Mobile Responsive Website

SMB Tech   |  Kim Mays   |  27 May, 2015

SMBs may have a mobile optimized site, but new Google ranking factors show that those without mobile responsive sites have toppled down the ranking lists.... More >

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Kachina Shaw

Keeping Security Monitoring In-House Becoming Riskier for Some Businesses

Governance and Risk   |  Kachina Shaw   |  19 May, 2015

It has become a question of balance and value, with IT organizations being asked to set up and monitor millions of alerts and identify the most important ones in an instant.... More >

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