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Top 15 Health Care IT Vendors

20 May, 2014

The Healthcare Informatics 100 listing provides readers with a unique information resource and financial overview of vendors active in the health care IT market.

Guide to Bringing Business Back to Brick-and-Mortar Stores

20 May, 2014

Reverse-showrooming is shifting the opportunity back to the brick-and-mortar stores. Check out these tips on how your business can take advantage.

How to Implement Information Governance Across the Enterprise

19 May, 2014

Information governance has become a critical subject as businesses continue to generate an increasing amount of sensitive data that requires policy management and compliance.

SAP Sets Analytics Strategy for SAP HANA Cloud

19 May, 2014

SAP sees the delivery of analytics via the cloud as an opportunity to significantly broaden the impact analytics makes on almost every business process imaginable.

IBM and Lenovo: The Perfect Partnership for Today’s World

19 May, 2014

A unique solution effectively ties IBM and Lenovo together at the hip because both firms need the other in order to achieve their global objectives.

The One Reason You Should Liberate Enterprise Data via APIs

16 May, 2014

If CIOs and IT are serious about enabling business, then maybe it’s time to consider serving up the data in an internal, business-friendly way with APIs.

Fifty Technology Start-Ups to Watch

16 May, 2014

The Dell Center for Entrepreneurs has announced its first-ever Founders Club 50, an exclusive group of emerging companies that have technology as a critical backbone and are poised for rapid growth.

FCC Moves on Net Neutrality

16 May, 2014

News this week included movement on net neutrality rules, the 600 MHz spectrum auction, digital TV growth and an apology from Samsung.

IT Vendors and Heroes

16 May, 2014

Some firms are founded on the idea of service and measure themselves aggressively on not only your satisfaction but your advocacy, treating you as well or better than you treat them.

How to Make a Chief Strategy Officer Fit into Your Organization

15 May, 2014

Patrick Stroh explains how the job of the CSO may depend on the needs of the CEO and the product structure of the company.

From Multitasking to Supertasking

13 May, 2014

Reducing multitasking can lead to more effective work practices and gains in productivity.

FCC Goes Back to Square One on Net Neutrality

13 May, 2014

The FCC seems no closer to a resolution than it was the day the decision was handed down.

The New IT: All Services, All the Time?

13 May, 2014

Once private and hybrid clouds are in place, it will be easier to put IT on a service footing that encompasses the reliability and control of internal infrastructure and the scalability of external resources.

Mix of IT Initiatives Offer Compelling, Immediate Savings for Federal Agencies

12 May, 2014

Existing infrastructure is preventing savings with two-thirds of Federal network managers saying their networks are not sufficient to deliver cost-saving initiatives.

10 Tips on How IT Leaders Can Develop a Service-Oriented Perspective

09 May, 2014

Leadership consultant Matt Tenney shares his list of 10 ways for IT leaders to develop a more service-oriented approach.

Do CIOs Need the Help of a Chief Strategy Officer?

07 May, 2014

IT is such a fundamental element of corporate strategy, so it would seem that hiring a CSO might create a clash with the CIO.

Five Critical Customer-Experience Management Capabilities for 2014

05 May, 2014

Effective customer-experience management requires a great deal of agility across a variety of technologies. Here are five capabilities that are a must for 2014.

A Lesson for IT Leaders: Be of Service to Others

05 May, 2014

Large tech companies have embraced the idea of 'mindfulness' to help become better at serving others.

HP and Getting Rid of Dr. No

01 May, 2014

The larger and more complex the firm, the more likely you are to have an impressive number of people who have gamed risk and have found their career path by assuring that others can’t get things done.

Still a Long Way to Go on IPv6

01 May, 2014

The resistance and inertia technologists pushing IPv6 have dealt with stems from the facts that it is quite a bit of work and one that brings no immediate rush of revenue. It is an enabler, not a profit center.

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