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( May 14, 2013 )
Amid budget cuts, a Florida school district CIO earns high marks for innovations that shore up and improve IT while saving money.
CIO Brian Stewart put students first in an overhaul of IT systems at Athabasca University. Read more about this IT Leadership Awards finalist.
In this week's Searchlight: bold new threats highlight need for cybersecuity training, why big data requires soft skills, cloud confusion and more.
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.
CIO Neal Kaderabek was integral to Hallmark's IT overhaul as it adapted to U.S. health reform. Read more about this IT Leadership Awards finalist.
Seconds add up to hours when Chilton Hospital reduces login times through single sign-on technology. Learn about its implementation in this Q&A.
The industry is developing interoperable personal health devices to encourage adoption and improve patient care.
The HIPAA omnibus will become official this fall. Is your organization prepared to handle data breaches, BYOD policies and network security?
Dell will discontinue its OpenStack and VMware vCloud-based public cloud offerings as VMware delivers its vCloud IaaS.
Financial, government and healthcare industries must overcome data security breaches and regulatory issues for a successful cloud migration.
Most IT pros build private clouds using IaaS but forget to consider developers. Convergence with private PaaS could meet needs, but not for all apps.
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.
The rise of converged systems has brought a new level of manageability to the data center, but these integrated offerings have a few drawbacks.
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.
To overcome network security issues from advanced attackers and BYOD, security professionals are turning to network flow analysis to gain improved network security visibility.
New features for detecting and analyzing malware in Sourcefire's FireAMP and FirePOWER products supplement flagging signature-based antimalware.
Joe Granneman explains how ISACs enable cybersecurity information sharing and the basic requirements for joining an ISAC.