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India Proposes Public-Private Cloud Joint Venture
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
4/18/2014   Post a comment
India is trying a unique cloud solution to help smaller businesses take advantage of enterprise-level technology.
You Guys Stink (Well, Some of You)
David Wagner  
4/17/2014   1 comment
Send us your stories of funny/bad/genius IT.
The Power of Positive Social Media
David Wagner  
4/16/2014   25 comments
Social networks are getting nicer and that might help enterprises.
Big Data in the Cloud: It's Not for Everyone
Andrew Froehlich  
4/16/2014   12 comments
Big data in the cloud is not without some hassles to think about.
Strategies for CIOs With Overly Aggressive IT Managers
Brien Posey  
4/15/2014   18 comments
Sometimes CIOs get saddled with bad managers working for them. Here's what to do.
Gartner Survey: CEOs Place High Value on Tech, Digital
Susan Nunziata  
4/14/2014   13 comments
CEOs polled are shifting their perspectives toward growth and risk-taking after years of retrenchment driven by difficult economic times.
Monday Comic: BYOBBQ
Brian Moore  
4/14/2014   23 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
Geekend: Authentically Fake
David Wagner  
4/11/2014   35 comments
Can the copy ever be so good that it destroys the value of the original?
Fast & Loud: A Story of Shelby IT
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
4/11/2014   14 comments
Shelby American makes cars that go fast. Its IT department is small but deals with issues common to IT across the manufacturing sector.
The Indian CIO’s Checklist for the H-1B Season
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
4/11/2014   15 comments
As usual, there are more applicants for H-1B visas than there are available slots. What's a CIO to do?
3 Larger Lessons From Heartbleed
Sara Peters  
4/10/2014   16 comments
The new OpenSSL vulnerability raises questions about online trust, open-source security, and vulnerability disclosure practices.
Managing Procrastinators
David Wagner  
4/10/2014   31 comments
One-fourth of Americans are chronic procrastinators -- people who routinely hurt their career, and even their health, by failing to start work on time.
Making the Case for Refresh Cycles in Tight Budgets
Larry Bonfante  
4/9/2014   7 comments
Standard refresh cycles are being put under the microscope. Here's how to save yours.
E2 Radio: Delivering Apps Faster
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
4/8/2014   15 comments
Join us for a special sponsored episode on speeding up your app delivery system.
Visit Dell at Red Hat Summit 2014
Kim Hubert  
4/8/2014   3 comments
At this year’s Red Hat Summit, April 14–17, Dell will be presenting new advancements in SDN, OpenStack, and enterprise cloud solutions.
When You Lose the Outsourcing Battle
Brien Posey  
4/8/2014   19 comments
How to best provide for your people and the business if IT gets outsourced.
The CIO & Systems of Engagement
Susan Nunziata  
4/7/2014   1 comment
A CEO and a CMO provide valuable insights into their IT needs and expectations.
Monday Comic: Bring Your Own Cloud
Brian Moore  
4/7/2014   30 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
E2 Video: Tablet Management for Secure Mobility Solutions
Sara Peters  
4/4/2014   13 comments
Join E2 video on Monday, April 7, at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. PT) to learn how to deploy tablet solutions that are secure enough to protect PII and sturdy enough to protect themselves from the hazards of everyday student activities.
Geekend: Sony Opens Virtual Pandora’s Box
David Wagner  
4/4/2014   29 comments
Is the future of gaming confining or expansive?
The Sharing Economy & Regulation
David Wagner  
4/3/2014   15 comments
Are ride share services like Lyft and Uber just taxi services, or are they different?
NBA Team Hosts Tech-Themed Game
Sara Peters  
4/3/2014   11 comments
In the heart of Silicon Valley, a sports team is using in-arena technology to boost ticket sales.
Transparency: Magic Wand or Lucky Charm?
David Wagner  
4/2/2014   17 comments
Is transparency enough to help your next IT project?
Open Data Apps are All the Rage in India
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
4/2/2014   21 comments
App developers are breathing new life into India's open government initiative.
BYOE Era: How IT Can Lead
Susan Nunziata  
4/1/2014   8 comments
Leading an IT organization in the era of Bring Your Own Everything (BYOE) offers plenty of opportunities.
Turning IT Into a Revenue Stream
Susan Nunziata  
4/1/2014   14 comments
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is changing the way IT works. It's not your mother's IT department anymore.
The Lost Art of IT Documentation
Brien Posey  
4/1/2014   20 comments
Are you documenting enough and are you picking the right things?
Dell Takes On Open Networking at Interop 2014
Art Fewell  
3/31/2014   3 comments
Dell and Network World will be at Interop 2014 in Las Vegas to discuss new announcements on cloud fabric technologies and open-networking solutions with Dell and Cumulus.
Monday Comic: Danger of Performance Reviews
Brian Moore  
3/31/2014   33 comments
You'll need to be extra careful answering that Where do you think you can improve? question.
Healthcare IT & the Informed Patient
Thomas Wagner  
3/31/2014   13 comments
Laboratories at Quest Diagnostics have been handling about 50,000 patient requests for test results a month. That figure should increase significantly in the near future.
What's on Your Tablet?
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/28/2014   25 comments
Microsoft changed the tablet world when it expanded the availability of Microsoft Office.
Reinventing 'Internal IT'
Mark Blackburn  
3/28/2014   17 comments
The only way IT will be included earlier in the decision-making process is if it talks to other stakeholders within the business.
Geekend: A Millennium in 8 Hours
David Wagner  
3/28/2014   40 comments
Is 1,000 years in jail the right amount of time for some crimes?
Tech Innovation Is Good, but So Is Caution
Sara Peters  
3/27/2014   18 comments
There is a great difference between fear and caution, and caution is not just acceptable, but essential.
E2 at Interop: Wall-to-Wall Coverage
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/27/2014   2 comments
Enterprise Efficiency is covering Interop 2014 from beginning 'til end.
CIOs Take a Second Look at India's RFP Models
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
3/27/2014   11 comments
In an effort to push forward e-governance initiatives, India's trade organizations and government agencies are developing model RFPs.
Digital Media Ruin Music Again, Music Fights Back
Sara Peters  
3/26/2014   40 comments
Wu-Tang Clan has announced that it will record and sell only one copy of its upcoming album.
Quantifying Physician Performance
Brien Posey  
3/26/2014   23 comments
IT is being called on to tie physician performance with revenue.
E2 Radio: An Interop Preview With Rob Cordova
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/25/2014   12 comments
Take a big step in your quest for creative leadership with this Interop Preview episode of E2 Radio.
Big Data for Business Decisions
Larry Bonfante  
3/25/2014   19 comments
If you can't get your data straightened out for your business, they'll never engage the customer.
CIOs Considering Tech, Sourcing Overhauls
Susan Nunziata  
3/24/2014   16 comments
There are a variety of forces -- both technological and geopolitical -- that point toward many CIOs making wholesale changes in the near future.
Big Data & the States
David Fletcher  
3/24/2014   12 comments
States are upping their investments and success in big data.
Monday Comic: Not a Thumbs Up
Brian Moore  
3/24/2014   77 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
What You've Missed on E2 Radio
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/21/2014   12 comments
E2 Radio is getting better and better. Here's what you've missed if you haven't been here for every show this year…
US Government Letting Go of ICANN
Sara Peters  
3/21/2014   15 comments
The US Department of Commerce will give up its oversight of ICANN -- and thereby some of its oversight over the Internet -- next year.
Geekend: Crossover Madness
David Wagner  
3/21/2014   30 comments
After rumors of a Marvel-Star Wars crossover I have crossover fever.
Micro Data for Macro Decisions
David Wagner  
3/20/2014   29 comments
Your customers might just be your best source of big data.
CIOs: Build Some Walls
David Wagner  
3/19/2014   37 comments
Open office plans are the norm, but they may not be as helpful as people think.
When to Cut Your Losses on EHR
Brien Posey  
3/19/2014   9 comments
Sometimes an EHR implementation is working so poorly you need to start over. How can you tell?
E2 Radio: An Interop Preview With Steve Wylie & Jimit Arora
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/18/2014   6 comments
Join us as we talk about cloud adoption in the real world with these two Interop conference leaders.
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Now that TGen has broken new ground in genomic research by using Dell's storage, cloud, and high-performance computing solutions, the company discusses what will come next for it and for personalized medicine.
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Better Care Through Better Communications

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The achievements of the TGen/Dell project could improve how all people receive healthcare, because they are creating ways to improve end-to-end communication of medical data.
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TGen IT: Where We Are Now

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TGen is breaking new ground in genomic research by using Dell's storage, cloud, and high-performance computing solutions.
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TGen IT: Where We Were

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IT is helping medical researchers reach breakthroughs in a way and pace never seen before.
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Medical Advances in the Cloud

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TGen and Dell are pushing the boundaries of computing, and harnessing the power of the cloud to improve healthcare.
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TGen: Living the Mission

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TGen's CIO puts the organizational mission at the heart of everything the IT staff does.
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TGen Speeding Up Biomedical Research to Save More Lives

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The Translational Genomics Research Institute is revamping its computing to improve speed, storage, and collaboration – and, most importantly, to save lives.
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The Translational Genomics Institute’s partnership with Dell is enabling them to treat kids with neuroblastoma more quickly and save more lives.
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The Big Reason to Use Office

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Office and personal productivity tools come in a first-class and coach flavor set, but what makes the difference is primarily little things that most users won't encounter. What's the big issue in using something other than Office, and can you get around it?
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Killing Net Neutrality Might Save You Money

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A good professional mentor can change your life for the better... but where do you find one?
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SDN Wars & You Could Win

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