What Do You Want the Enterprise to Do?

30 Dec, 2013

Viewing infrastructure through the lens of functionality can often lead to innovative solutions to problems that hamper data flow and productivity.

Five Tips to Give Leaders a Jump on the New Year

30 Dec, 2013

Failure rates among new leaders can run 50 percent or higher. Leadership experts provide five tips for new leaders on how to create success in 2014.

Mobile Device Management Is Changing and May Be Obsolete

27 Dec, 2013

Focusing on protecting devices that cost less than boardroom chairs is a waste of money.

Why Cloudera Hadoop on AWS May Make Big Data Easier for CIOs

24 Dec, 2013

Cloudera will offer its Hadoop enterprise solution on Amazon Web Services.

Use Holiday Down Time to Create a Business Continuity Plan

23 Dec, 2013

During the slow-down around the holidays is a good time to create a business continuity/disaster recovery plan.

Cluelessness About Teambuilding Makes for a Lousy IT Leader

23 Dec, 2013

Author Dr. Gordon Curphy says the ability to build a cohesive, goal-oriented team is the most essential characteristic in an outstanding IT leader.

IBM Predicts a Vastly Smarter Future

19 Dec, 2013

The future that IBM forecasts will be here in five short years: smarter cities, online guardians, custom medical treatments to the DNA level and more.

Michael Dell and the Power of Being Private

18 Dec, 2013

Being private frees Dell up to adopt a partnering strategy, among many other benefits. Rob Enderle and Michael Dell spoke about these topics and much more.

Cloud Storage Cozies Up to the Enterprise

17 Dec, 2013

Cloud providers are introducing a wide range of top-tier storage features in their platforms.

Cisco Looks to Accelerate DaaS Adoption

17 Dec, 2013

Cisco has essentially created a turnkey architecture for deploying DaaS inside the enterprise by either an internal IT organization or an external service provider.

How to Survive the Awkwardness of the Office Holiday Party

17 Dec, 2013

Learn tips on how to navigate the holiday office party with ease and tact, and how to network and make a simple exit.

Mirantis Launches OpenStack Certification Program

17 Dec, 2013

The new OpenStack certifications will be for both traditional administrators inside enterprise IT organizations and cloud service providers.

A Boomer’s Tale: From Purveyor of Office Plants to Digital Entrepreneur

16 Dec, 2013

Jeff Mariola, a boomer digital entrepreneur, explains his path and the three factors that must come together for success.

What Makes a Company a Great Place to Work for Software Engineers?

11 Dec, 2013

Unicorn Media makes it very clear how much it values and appreciates its employees.

Survey Shows SMBs Take Compliance, Risk Seriously

10 Dec, 2013

Nexia's survey shows that nearly two-thirds of small to midsize businesses already have a risk assessment process in place.

Kaseya Unveils BYOD Management Platform

10 Dec, 2013

The platform is designed for IT organizations that need to manage mobile computing devices that don’t belong to them.

An Alternative to Centralizing or Embedding Data Scientists

09 Dec, 2013

Organizations are shifting to a more data-driven world, and that will mean developing the in-house ability to effectively use data.

Security Focus Trends Upward for IT Departments

09 Dec, 2013

Everything, including security spending and initiatives, is trending up, according to a survey of IT professionals themselves.

The Oxymoronic Workplace: Two Programmers Paired at One Computer

09 Dec, 2013

At Menlo Innovations, software developers work in pairs, and nobody can write a single line of code without their partner present. Don't think that works? It does.

Twitter’s First Female Board Member Selected

06 Dec, 2013

The lack of a female board member became famously entwined with the analysis of the company’s strengths and weaknesses leading up to its IPO.

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