Until recently, much of the industry has been focused on applying principles used to manage physical records and they are now realizing that records management is no longer the sufficient solution. More >
Loraine Lawson researches the role of the chief data officer and speculates from her findings what skills a good candidate might possess. More >
Predictive marketing firm, Mintigo, released its list of the top ten geekiest cities, and a few of the towns listed might surprise you. More >
A study about CEO indiscretions suggests that as we look into places to entrust our career, our savings or our companies, we should look a little harder at its leadership. More >
Phishing and spearphishing are in the news, and many more frightening attacks will never be widely discussed. Investing in user training is a little-used defense. More >
Michael Hichwa, VP of software development at Oracle, says the Oracle Application Express development framework makes use of wizards that enable individuals with no coding skills to create apps that can run in any browser. More >
Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology has been on the endangered species list for years.More >
The past few years have made one thing certain: Networks on occasion will be called upon to do more than normal.More >
Ensuring that networks are operating at peak efficiency has never been more important or more complex. A new layer of management — network packet brokers — is emerging to drive efficiencies in monitoring. Andy Huckridge tells IT Business Edge blogger Carl Weinschenk that the approach enables packets to be sent only to the appropriate tools and that measurements over the entire path — not just one network within that path — can be made.More >
Many CIOs are enthused by the potential of the Internet of Things, Big Data and cloud computing, but are uncertain as to whether they are prepared to maintain an IT workforce with all the necessary skills to support it.
The code review, or in developer parlance, the pull request, is the number one way to set the tone, rhythm and bar needed to build a high-performing team.
While we have much to accomplish in our quest for the mobile enterprise, many lessons have already been learned; lessons we can apply moving forward.More >