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Six takeaways from the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium on architecting the enterprise for cloud, big data, mobile, you-name-it.
Fresh off the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, Searchlight looks at IT strategies, having a blast while building a data center, doing safe search and more.
IT Leadership Awards finalist, CIO Jonathan Reichental, launched a successful open government initiative by using technology innovation.
McGraw-Hill Construction CIO and IT Leadership Awards finalist Isaac Sacolick shares his views on leadership qualities and the 'Internet of Things.'
Small-business cybersecurity programs often hinge on how organizations prepare for -- and respond to -- employee and customer threats.
Doing the math on own vs. rent, a CIO galvanizes the community to build its own fiber optic network, saving taxpayers $10 million over 10 years.
With payment reform just around the corner, many providers are looking to implement analytics systems.
Supply chain automation can help providers make it through payment reform, as well as improve care quality and efficiency.
The Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative suffered a data breach in 2010. Read this Q&A to find out how that incident changed their encryption policy.
Growing interest in private clouds reflects an improved understanding of cloud computing among IT pros, experts say.
The open source community fosters innovation in the name of cloud. OW2's Cédric Thomas talks of 'coopitition' and the open source cloud revolution.
The federal government is under mandates to consolidate data centers and deliver IT as a Service, but sequestration makes this easier said than done.
Some of the technologies driving data center modernization include cloud computing, flash storage, virtualization and software-defined networking.
VMware's upcoming public cloud and AMD's 64-bit ARM servers are technologies for the data center that exemplify the changes in the IT industry.
Stagnant strategies for data center cooling will keep energy bills climbing ever higher, but a more modern approach can bring them back down to earth.
Boston Children's Hospital upgraded its business intelligence architecture to boost enterprise reporting, a move that also required retraining users.
With user interest rising, Hadoop vendors are trying to pave a path to higher adoption with add-ons that target issues holding the technology back.
A podcast Q&A with SAS execs Jim Goodnight and Jim Davis looks at big data enablers, including in-memory analytics, and the role of data scientists.
Technology services company CDI-Aerospace used a Verdasys DLP solution to manage third-party risk for a major aviation client.
Experts Ed Tittel and Mary Lemons provide a 2013 overview of vendor-specific information security certifications available.
Ed Tittel and Mary Lemons offer the definitive primer for vendor-neutral security certifications in 2013.