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You Got Hacked. Who's to Blame?
Andrew Froehlich  
4/22/2014   49 comments
Are third-party auditors legally at fault for your breaches?
Micro Data for Macro Decisions
David Wagner  
3/20/2014   31 comments
Your customers might just be your best source of big data.
3 Ways to Handle Pervasive Internet Monitoring
Andrew Froehlich  
3/18/2014   27 comments
The W3C and IAB are offering tips on how to handle continued spying.
SPONSORED: Mobile Security — A Use Case
E2 Editors  
3/4/2014   16 comments
New mobile security solutions can accommodate a wide array of needs, including those of a complex university environment.
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.
Comment: Re: Presentation tips - Nomi - 1/26/2014
Can We Ever Trust Cloud Encryption?
Jim O’Reilly  
9/25/2013   65 comments
The NSA issue is causing a serious reevaluation of encryption in the cloud and elsewhere. Is this putting lipstick on a pig, or is it sufficient to safeguard secrets?
India's Version of Prism Even Worse
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
9/12/2013   23 comments
India's plans to monitor every type of communication should be watched.
India Prepares to Put Telecoms to the Test
Sudha Nagaraj Bharadwaj  
8/15/2013   16 comments
New testing standards have telecoms up in arms.
Servers, Servers Everywhere
Curtis Franklin Jr.  
8/8/2013   10 comments
Servers are in everything today. Is your enterprise prepared?
The Biggest Mistake I Ever Made as a CIO
Brien Posey  
8/2/2013   48 comments
Watch what happens when a new CIO tries to cut corners to battle the Y2K bug.
What I Learned... When My System Got a Major Infection
Michael Hugos  
7/19/2013   53 comments
A CIO finds out his email system has been breached right in the middle of a massive shareholders meeting. This is how he got through it.
Some Alternatives Now That TechNet Is Ending
Andrew Froehlich  
7/16/2013   10 comments
Microsoft is shuttering Technet. What is a smart developer to do?
What I Learned... From My Last Major Capex Decision
David Fletcher  
7/10/2013   12 comments
Hard-won lessons from about capex projects from the CIO of Utah.
Comment: Re: XP - eethtworkz - 4/29/2013
Testing Application Compatibility for Windows 8
Brien Posey  
1/7/2013   17 comments
Wndows 8 application testing is more than just install and see.
Payment Paradigm Poised for Major Shift
Susan Nunziata  
1/4/2013   40 comments
Now is the time to ask: Which of these systems will succeed, and what will they mean for retail IT?
HTML5 Security Risks
Aaron Weiss  
12/14/2012   15 comments
HTML5 is not inherently less secure, but you need to know its weaknesses.
Tools for Deploying Windows 8
Paul Ferrill  
11/23/2012   9 comments
Now's the time for your IT teams to get started on your pilot projects if you want to stay ahead of user demand. Here's what you need.
Threat Intelligence Can Help Enterprises Fight Cyberattacks
Tempy Wright  
11/14/2012   51 comments
Dell SecureWorks has launched new products designed to give organizations practical intelligence about cyberthreats specifically targeting their organizations.
In IT Security, Where There's Smoke... There's Smoke
John Steckbeck  
11/13/2012   36 comments
To protect your organization, think like an attacker, not like a victim.
An Interview With Rovio IT Director Kalle Alppi
Susan Fourtané  
8/31/2012   41 comments
Who do the Angry Brids turn to with an IT problem? Kalle Alppi.
Decoupling Wireless Protocols From Chips
Andrew Froehlich  
7/31/2012   27 comments
A new technology may save money and may improve wireless innovation.
Botnet: The ‘Nasty, Smart Fungus’ Among Us
John Steckbeck  
7/20/2012   19 comments
Not sure what a botnet really is? Here's a simple explanation.
IT Agility: Tell Us Why
Andrew Froehlich  
6/28/2012   36 comments
Exploring the relationship between agility and leadership.
Comment: Re: The 80/20 split - vnewman - 5/30/2012
Don't Be a Botnet
Aaron Weiss  
5/25/2012   28 comments
Enterprise networks are prime targets for botnets. Don't let yours fall victim to the attacks.
Oracle RMAN Is the 'Tax Man'
Bob Ganley  
3/23/2012   12 comments
You have to pay the "tax man" for Oracle when you use RMAN on your Oracle host.
Loyalty & the IT Skills Gap
Andrew Froehlich  
3/20/2012   38 comments
CIOs: Keep your employees and improve your department by training them instead of turning to outsourcing.
Searching for a Job in Today's Enterprise
Andrew Froehlich  
2/10/2012   33 comments
A first-hand look at the job search of an experienced IT professional.

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A Video Case Study – Translational Genomics Research Institute
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TGen IT: Where We're Going Next

7|11|12   |   08:12   |   10 comments

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

6|6|12   |   02:24   |   11 comments

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

5|15|12   |   06:58   |   6 comments

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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1,200% Faster

4|18|12   |   02:27   |   12 comments

Through their partnership, Dell and TGen have increased the speed of TGen’s medical research by 1,200 percent.
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IT May Improve Children's Chances of Survival

4|17|12   |   02:12   |   8 comments

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

4|10|12   |   1:25   |   5 comments

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

4|9|12   |   2:25   |   3 comments

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

4|5|12   |   1:59   |   6 comments

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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Computing Power Helping to Save Children's Lives

3|28|12   |   2:13   |   3 comments

The Translational Genomics Institute’s partnership with Dell is enabling them to treat kids with neuroblastoma more quickly and save more lives.
Tom Nolle
The Big Reason to Use Office

3|18|14   |   02:24   |   46 comments

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?
E2 Editors
SPONSORED: Mobile Security — A Use Case

3|4|14   |   04:27   |   16 comments

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

1|16|14   |   2:13   |   16 comments

The DC Court of Appeals voided most of the Neutrality Order, and whatever it might mean for the Internet overall, it might mean better and cheaper Internet VPNs for businesses.
Tom Nolle
The Internet of Everythinguseful

1|10|14   |   2:18   |   19 comments

We really don't want an "Internet of Everything" but even building an Internet of Everythinguseful means setting some ground rules to insure there's value in the process and that costs and risks are minimized.
Tom Nolle
Maturing Google Chrome

12|30|13   |   2.18   |   25 comments

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
No More Cookie-Cutter IT

12|23|13   |   03.58   |   21 comments

Creating the right combination of technology, people, and processes for your IT organization is a lot like baking Christmas cookies.
Sara Peters
Smart Wigs Not a Smart Idea

12|5|13   |   3:01   |   46 comments

Sony is seeking a patent for wigs that contain computing devices.
Tom Nolle
Cloud in the Wild

12|4|13   |   02:23   |   15 comments

On a recent African trip I saw examples of the value of the cloud in developing nations, for educational and community development programs. We could build on this, but not only in developing economies, because these same programs are often under-supported even in first-world countries.
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SPONSORED: Is Malware Evading Your IPS?

11|18|13   |   03:16   |   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.
Sara Peters
Where Have All the Mentors Gone?

9|27|13   |   3:15   |   38 comments

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

9|17|13   |   2:10   |   5 comments

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.
Ivan Schneider
The Future of the Smart Watch

9|12|13   |   3:19   |   39 comments

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."
Tom Nolle
Cutting Your Cloud Storage Costs

9|4|13   |   2:06   |   3 comments

Cloud storage costs are determined primarily by the rate at which files are changed and the possibility of concurrent access/update. If you can structure your storage use to optimize these factors you can cut costs, perhaps to zero.
Sara Peters
Do CIOs Need an IT Background?

8|29|13   |   2:11   |   23 comments

Most of the CIOs interviewed in the How to Become a CIO series did not start their careers as IT professionals. So is an IT background essential?
Ivan Schneider
The Internet Loves Birthdays

8|27|13   |   3:25   |   69 comments

The Internet has evolved into a machine for drumming up a chorus of "Happy Birthday" messages, from family, friends, friends of friends who you added on Facebook, random people that you circled on G+, and increasingly, automated bots. Enough already.