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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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
E2 Radio: An Interop Preview With Lee Badman
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
3/12/2014   27 comments
It's Mobility Week at E2 Radio with Lee Badman, chair of the Interop Mobility Track, answering your questions!
The Internet of Silly Things
David Wagner  
3/6/2014   58 comments
The Internet of Everything will start with the Internet of Silly Things.
Microsoft Revives Cortana in your Phone… Enslaves Her for Your Petty Needs
David Wagner  
3/5/2014   26 comments
Microsoft's new digital assistant could change your mobile development and BYOD plans.
E2 Radio: An Interop Preview With Glenn Evans
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
2/25/2014   7 comments
Get the latest information on the InteropNet in this special episode of E2 Radio.
10 Mobile Technologies Every CIO Needs to Know
Susan Nunziata  
2/24/2014   61 comments
At this point, most enterprises I've seen haven't even come close to hitting on three, let alone all 10, of Gartner's top mobile technologies and capabilities.
Smart Lighting for Retail & Manufacturing
David Wagner  
2/19/2014   26 comments
LED Broadband or Li-Fi could be an excellent networking alternative for retailers and manufacturers.
Monday Comic: The Future of Wearable Computing
Brian Moore  
2/17/2014   63 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
E2 Radio: An Interop Preview With Ethan Banks
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
2/11/2014   4 comments
Join us for a deep dive into enterprise networking with Ethan Banks.
Monday Comic: IT Wizards
Brian Moore  
2/10/2014   56 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
Indian Government to Incubate Electronics Startups
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
1/31/2014   30 comments
India's dependence on foreign electronics is inspiring it to invest in domestic manufacturing.
E2 India: Enterprise App Stores
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
1/17/2014   22 comments
Enterprise app stores could be the answer for CIOs in India and abroad.
Monday Comic: BYOD Nightmares
Brian Moore  
1/13/2014   37 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
Security on Auto Drive
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
1/10/2014   18 comments
The cars in your parking lot may be your next big security vulnerability.
2014 Will Be the Year of CYOD
Brien Posey  
1/7/2014   22 comments
Choose Your Own Device will replace BYOD.
Predictions for 2014
David Wagner  
12/31/2013   73 comments
Some predictions for 2014 for all areas of IT.
Poll: CIO Priorities for 2014
David Wagner  
12/18/2013   17 comments
Take our poll on the top priorities for 2014.
In-Flight Calls: Fearing the Babbling Skies
Susan Nunziata  
12/16/2013   168 comments
The lifting of cellphone bans on air travel isn't the only route to in-flight voice calling. In-flight WiFi advances may soon make VoIP calling a reality, too.
CIO Priorities for 2014 & Beyond
Susan Nunziata  
12/9/2013   28 comments
Two recent surveys show distinctly different priorities for CIOs in the next five years.
Showrooming Is Good for Retail
David Wagner  
12/4/2013   40 comments
Consumer smartphone shopping habits are actually helping brick-and-mortar retailers.
The Enterprise Mobility Disconnect
Susan Nunziata  
12/2/2013   32 comments
Sure, we're all running around with smartphones and compulsively checking emails and texts. When it comes to true enterprise mobility, we're not as connected as we think we are.
Giving Thanks for Technology
David Wagner  
11/27/2013   87 comments
Here's an all-you-can-eat tribute to technology.
India Will Pass US in Internet Users in 2014
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
11/22/2013   50 comments
A growing Internet base provides challenges for India's CIOs.
Fishing for Underwater Data Solutions
Joe Stanganelli  
11/20/2013   58 comments
Underwater Internet promises to improve communication and marine research.
Marketing & IT in Government: Good Bedfellows
David Fletcher  
11/19/2013   29 comments
Here's how government IT can improve internal and public-facing experiences.
Montreal Transport Society Turns Riders Into Members
Susan Nunziata  
11/18/2013   55 comments
Pierre Bourbonniere, director of marketing for Quebec's Montreal Transport Society, realized the system's Opus card could be the centerpiece of a loyalty marketing program.
Mobile Gains in Windows 8.1
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
11/13/2013   20 comments
Windows 8.1 offers new enterprise options for mobile device management.
WiFi Key to Real-Time Location Services in Hospitals
Brian T. Horowitz  
10/30/2013   24 comments
RTLS needs dense WiFi and needs to be built into processes to work as advertised.
Sears & Whole Foods Put Microlocation on Ice
Ivan Schneider  
10/30/2013   29 comments
Microlocation promises potential and risk for retailers, and right now retailers care more about the risk.
Poll Wrap: Tablets on Top
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
10/29/2013   20 comments
Tablets are coming to the enterprise, but they aren't taking over.
UFC Wrestles With Wifi Problems
Tony Kontzer  
10/29/2013   15 comments
The VP of Technology for Ultimate Fighting Championship talks about her biggest technology problem: other people's networks.
FDA Advances Smartphone Apps to Be Regulated as Medical Devices
Andrew Froehlich  
10/14/2013   24 comments
The FDA has a two-tiered approach to regulating healthcare apps going forward.
Monday Comic: Facial Recognition
Brian Moore  
10/14/2013   49 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
7 Surprises From CIOs & CTOs at Interop
Sara Peters  
10/9/2013   11 comments
Some of the key takeaways from Interop were highly unexpected.
Small Sensors Driving E-Health Revolution
Pablo Valerio  
10/3/2013   36 comments
Small sensors are about to give doctors access to data like never before.
The Internet of Things Is Here
Tony Kontzer  
10/3/2013   43 comments
The Internet of Things is no longer "coming." It is here, and with it there's a whole new form of two-way communicaiton to master.
E2 Radio: Live From Interop NY
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
10/2/2013   8 comments
This special episode of E2 Radio brings you the best of Interop NY -- live from the Javits Center in New York City.
The Driving Force Behind M2M Growth
Andrew Froehlich  
9/30/2013   21 comments
Government regulation usually hinders innovation, but in the case of M2M, it has driven it.
Data Explosion Won't Trouble European WiFi
Pablo Valerio  
9/25/2013   21 comments
The European Commission is making moves to further expand WiFi access to handle rising big-data demands.
The Finger for Security
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
9/24/2013   35 comments
Fingerprint scanners may not be enough for enterprise security.
Monday Comic: Internet of Things
Brian Moore  
9/23/2013   38 comments
A little laugh to start your work week.
Google Chrome Lets Users Toss Their Cookies
David Wagner  
9/18/2013   26 comments
Google Chrome is taking the cookies out of the advertisers' cookie jar and replacing them with a new recipe.
Screens That Touch Back
David Wagner  
9/11/2013   75 comments
Creepy or cool? Touch screens, mobile devices, or pretty much any other object will soon touch you back.
PYOD in the Post-PC Era
Michael Vizard  
9/9/2013   20 comments
BYOD's management issues may lead to changes in the way enterprises manage mobile.
7 Things CIOs Need to Know About Microsoft's Nokia Buy
David Wagner  
9/5/2013   133 comments
Microsoft's purchase of Nokia has potential impacts on BYOD, enterprise strategies, and consumerization.
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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

4|27|12   |   06:45   |   10 comments


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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Through their partnership, Dell and TGen have increased the speed of TGen’s medical research by 1,200 percent.
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IT is helping medical researchers reach breakthroughs in a way and pace never seen before.
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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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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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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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Maturing Google Chrome

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Google's Chrome OS has a lot of potential value and a lot of recent press, but it still needs something to make it more than a thin client. It needs cloud integration, it needs extended APIs via web services, and it needs to suck it up and support a hard drive.
Sara Peters
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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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VMware's debate with Cisco on SDN might finally create a fusion between an SDN view that's all about software and another that's all about network equipment. That would be good for every enterprise considering the cloud and SDN.
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The Future of the Smart Watch

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Wearing a bulky, oversized watch is good training for the next phase in wristwatches: the Internet-enabled, connected watch. Why the smartphone-tethered connected watch makes sense, plus Ivan demos an entirely new concept for the "smart watch."
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