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The Big Reason to Use Office
Tom Nolle  
3/18/2014   17 comments
SPONSORED: Mobile Security — A Use Case
E2 Editors  
3/4/2014   6 comments
New mobile security solutions can accommodate a wide array of needs, including those of a complex university environment.
Killing Net Neutrality Might Save You Money
Tom Nolle  
1/16/2014   11 comments
Court of Appeals voids most of the Neutrality Order, and it might mean better and cheaper VPNs for businesses.
The Internet of Everythinguseful
Tom Nolle  
1/10/2014   19 comments
We need ground rules to insure there's value in IoT and that costs and risks are minimized.
Maturing Google Chrome
Tom Nolle  
12/30/2013   25 comments
Google's Chrome still needs something to make it more than a thin client.
No More Cookie-Cutter IT
Sara Peters  
12/23/2013   21 comments
Creating the right combination of technology, people, and processes is a lot like baking Christmas cookies.
Smart Wigs Not a Smart Idea
Sara Peters  
12/5/2013   46 comments
Sony is seeking a patent for wigs that contain computing devices.
Cloud in the Wild
Tom Nolle  
12/4/2013   15 comments
Cloud development programs are often under-supported even in first-world countries.
SPONSORED: Is Malware Evading Your IPS?
E2 Editors  
11/18/2013   4 comments
Intrusion prevention software is supposed to detect and block malware intrusions, but clever malware authors can evade your IPS in these five main ways.
Where Have All the Mentors Gone?
Sara Peters  
9/27/2013   38 comments
A good professional mentor can change your life for the better... but where do you find one?
SDN Wars & You Could Win
Tom Nolle  
9/17/2013   5 comments
VMware's debate with Cisco on SDN might be good for every enterprise considering the cloud and SDN.
The Future of the Smart Watch
Ivan Schneider  
9/12/2013   39 comments
Ivan demos an entirely new concept for the "smart watch."
Cutting Your Cloud Storage Costs
Tom Nolle  
9/4/2013   3 comments
Cloud storage costs are determined primarily by the rate at which files are changed.
Do CIOs Need an IT Background?
Sara Peters  
8/29/2013   23 comments
Most of the CIOs interviewed in the How to Become a CIO series did not start their careers as IT pros.
The Internet Loves Birthdays
Ivan Schneider  
8/27/2013   69 comments
The Internet has evolved from a chorus of "Happy Birthday" messages from friends to automated bots.
Behold the Future of Linux
Tom Nolle  
8/20/2013   Post a comment
Fedora Linux is launching a new, two-ring approach for structuring Linux distributions.
Making Open-Source Work for You
Tom Nolle  
8/8/2013   7 comments
For many users, lack of support is the only barrier to open-source adoption.
3 Ways to Save Cloud & Analytics Projects
Tom Nolle  
7/29/2013   4 comments
Cloud and analytics projects fail 1.5 times as often as other projects.
Sexting & the CIO
Sara Peters  
7/25/2013   54 comments
Your users may be sending sexy text messages with corporate-issued devices. What does that mean for you?
Cisco & Microsoft: Cloud Partners!
Tom Nolle  
7/18/2013   7 comments
The liaison is not only good for both companies, it's good for the cloud market.
It Pays to Be Pretty
Sara Peters  
7/16/2013   64 comments
How can brick-and-mortar book shops compete with online e-book stores?
Glass for the Worker, Not Glass for the Masses
Tom Nolle  
7/9/2013   19 comments
We've let ourselves forget the profound benefits that augmented reality tools like Glass could bring to the workplace.
Harnessing the Information Cloud
Tom Nolle  
6/27/2013   7 comments
There are really two clouds, the resource cloud we know and the "information cloud" we're only glimpsing.
Implications of Prism for the Tech Industry
Ivan Schneider  
6/17/2013   16 comments
The Prism system is said to automate information requests, but it may weaken the US abroad.
CIOs Cede Power to CFOs
Tom Nolle  
5/31/2013   27 comments
We've let tech slide into being a cost center rather than an innovation center.
Metro Problems: Usability, Usage, or Users?
Tom Nolle  
5/30/2013   38 comments
Most Windows 8 users old-school PC users who want something Metro was never ideal to deliver.
Scalpers Using Bots
Sara Peters  
5/29/2013   58 comments
Ticket scalpers are now using bot code to buy thousands of event tickets in mere minutes.
VMWare & the Bicameral Model of MDM
Tom Nolle  
5/22/2013   7 comments
VMware has a new solution to the MDM problem, two virtual phones inside a real phone.
Clash of the Tableau 8: Release the Kraken!
Ivan Schneider  
5/17/2013   6 comments
Tableau 8 is best paired with a strong data analysis framework.
Using Virtualization – for Real!
Tom Nolle  
5/13/2013   2 comments
There's a couple of proven applications that enterprises could adopt to save money and improve operations.
Is UC Becoming Oxymoronic or Just Moronic?
Tom Nolle  
5/9/2013   Post a comment
Skype/Outlook UC integration means we're going to have fragmentation of UC client architectures.
Windows vs. Integrated Circuit CPUs
E2 Editors  
4/17/2013   5 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
Radio vs. Public Internet Access
E2 Editors  
4/17/2013   14 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
Mainframes vs. Servers
E2 Editors  
4/17/2013   19 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
TCP/IP vs. Printing Press
E2 Editors  
4/17/2013   5 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
Smartphones vs. Productivity Software
E2 Editors  
4/12/2013   24 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
Personal Computer vs. Mobile Devices
E2 Editors  
4/12/2013   20 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
Telecommuting vs. Outsourcing
E2 Editors  
4/12/2013   8 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
BYOD vs. E-Commerce
E2 Editors  
4/12/2013   11 comments
The editors make their predictions about what will win the next match-up in the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
There's More to Mobility Than the Mobile Worker
Tom Nolle  
4/9/2013   5 comments
Workers are now used to portable device support throughout their everyday lives.
From Kim Jong-Un's Trackball to Nuance Voice Ads
Ivan Schneider  
4/5/2013   9 comments
Input devices can be used for evil as well as good. Case in point: mobile ads that want you to talk to them.
Data/Storage Wish List for Enterprises
Tom Nolle  
4/3/2013   1 comment
My surveys say enterprises want three things in storage systems beyond cost/capacity.
E2 Editors Go Mad! Episode 3
E2 Editors  
3/28/2013   12 comments
March Madness: Susan and Curt face off in a battle over Microsoft Excel. E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries, End-User Tools Division: http://www.enterpriseefficiency.com/author.asp?section_id=1151&doc_id=261180&
Finally, a BYOD-Friendly App Environment!
Tom Nolle  
3/27/2013   7 comments
Oracle's Application Development Framework may be a step toward a general model.
E2 Editors Go Mad! Episode 2
E2 Editors  
3/26/2013   10 comments
Sara fights to get Y2K into the E2 Tournament of IT Revolutionaries.
Google Reader: Going, Going (Almost) Gone!
Ivan Schneider  
3/25/2013   14 comments
What made Google Reader so special, and what will it take to replace it?
Cloud Savings & IT Bloat
Tom Nolle  
3/20/2013   14 comments
Some cloud adopters' internal IT cost is way outside the normal range for their industries.
E2 Editors Go Mad! Episode 1
E2 Editors  
3/19/2013   13 comments
The editors fight to decide whether or not “The creation of the IT department” deserves to compete.
Pens or Programming?
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/14/2013   25 comments
Is it time for schools to put pen and paper away for good?
Too Much Monitoring Spoils the Network
Tom Nolle  
3/13/2013   12 comments
You need to use some common sense when you set up monitoring.
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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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The Translational Genomics Research Institute wanted to save lives, but its efforts were hobbled by immense computing challenges related to collecting, processing, sharing, and storing enormous amounts of data.
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TGen's CIO puts the organizational mission at the heart of everything the IT staff does.
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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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SPONSORED: Mobile Security — A Use Case

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New mobile security solutions can accommodate a wide array of needs, including those of a complex university environment.
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Killing Net Neutrality Might Save You Money

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E2 Editors
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Intrusion prevention software is supposed to detect and block malware intrusions, but clever malware authors can evade your IPS in these five main ways.
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Where Have All the Mentors Gone?

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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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