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IBM Watson Health gives doctors access to health data and insights for personalized care. What's the opportunity here for CIOs? Also in Searchlight: Yahoo buys Foursquare; Google faces EU antitrust charges.
If mobile applications are going to be on par with Web apps, they'll need deep linking. SearchCIO visited a San Francisco startup that is aiming to make that happen.
Integrating a hybrid environment presents huge challenges for today's IT organizations. New tools, more manpower and a deep understanding of business data are par for the course.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
Cybersecurity guru Mac McMillan, in a HIMSS 2015 podcast, says state-sponsored and criminal threats against health data sometimes overlap.
With Walgreens' president as keynoter, HIMSS 2015 is emphasizing consumer health and wellness. EHR developers such as eClinicalWorks have joined in.
At the HIMSS 2015 health IT show in Chicago, members of CHIME say interoperability, security and analytics weigh on their minds.
Not all public cloud providers are created equal. So how can I tell if my provider sets me up for hybrid cloud success?
Microsoft's hybrid focus is boosting Azure adoption within Windows shops. But not all Azure customers are using the cloud platform to its fullest.
HP knows its cloud services won't beat AWS, Google and Azure, but its hardware can play an important role in the cloud.
Eco UPS installations promise higher energy efficiency in the data center, with new designs that respond quickly to an outage.
The billions of Internet connected devices in the IoT wave introduce new data center security concerns that IT managers must head off at the pass.
Several tools and techniques let data center systems administrators work with multiple server OSes on one host system, and manage it effectively.
Database expert Craig S. Mullins examines the pros and cons of the in-memory database management system, and the criteria you should consider during the request-for-proposal and evaluation period.
In a Q&A, consultant and author Judith Hurwitz discusses the use of cognitive computing systems in big data and analytics applications The word: It's early, but there's a lot of potential.
Hadoop and big data technologies may grab headlines, but there's still a place for traditional data warehousing skills, according to careers expert Matt Mueller.
Most insider attacks to enterprises are accidental, not intentional. SANS Faculty Senior Fellow Eric Cole, Ph.D., explains why security awareness training isn't enough to stop these threats.
A critical vulnerability in Windows HTTP.sys was detailed as part of Microsoft's April Patch Tuesday, and the flaw is already being actively exploited in the wild.
Opinion: Executive Editor Eric Parizo says Microsoft's security strategy may have once been the benchmark for other vendors to emulate, but in 2015 the software giant's priorities lie elsewhere.