A Picture of Dell: The Benefits of Going Private

29 May, 2014

Reigniting the entrepreneurial spirit is at the core of Dell’s efforts, recognizing that most tech firms are going through a painful mid-life crisis.

IBM to Launch 20 Turnkey Cloud Services in 2014

29 May, 2014

The goal is to give customers a more turnkey approach to cloud computing that easily scales.

Absolute Software Brings Order to BYOD Chaos

28 May, 2014

Like it or not, most IT organizations are going to have to cope with BYOD to one degree or another.

Do Faster Development Cycles Mean More Recalls?

28 May, 2014

Competition has replaced prudence, at least to an extent. The introduction of services, devices and device elements is done much more quickly.

Four Areas of Focus to Achieve Rapid-Pace Success

27 May, 2014

Successful, fast-paced businesses have more than speed in common. Learn the four competencies that such businesses practice.

IAPP’s New Privacy Certification Addresses Emerging Landscape

27 May, 2014

New privacy threats and concerns have created the opportunity for IT professionals to fill a crucial role within the organization. A new cert addresses the need.

Oracle Unveils MySQL Fabric

27 May, 2014

MySQL Fabric is designed to make it simpler to manage multiple instances of MySQL databases.

Should the CIO Report to the Chief Marketing Officer?

27 May, 2014

Learn what one expert has to say about the evolution of the CIO’s role in a business world that’s being transformed by social media.

IBM Edge and Why Analytics Is Stupid

26 May, 2014

One of the big problems companies are dealing with is that suddenly, competition is heating up on how to best understand and respond to customers individually, even though there may be millions of them.

Cisco Prepares for Software-Defined Networks

26 May, 2014

Nobody fits the definition of a company on top that is striving to find a way to stay there more than Cisco.

IT/Business Alignment Problems Lead to Bigger, Badder Data Silos

23 May, 2014

Machiavellian tactics might work in a win/lose situation such as traditional politics, but that’s not the position IT or the CIO holds in a company.

LANDESK Acquires LetMobile to Strengthen Mobile Security

21 May, 2014

In an ideal world, IT organizations would only have to buy one systems and security management framework to manage all their desktop and mobile computing devices.

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.

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