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Risk management metrics are hard to come by, making it difficult to determine ROI. In this video, learn tips to measure ERM process effectiveness.
New and emerging data discovery tools and processes are proving that they can provide benefits to business areas besides the legal department.
An NSA program's surveillance activities are leading to discussions on online privacy issues and widely varying opinions on where to draw the line.
Mobile connectivity can benefit patient care, though it presents security risks. Read how the right BYOD strategy can support mHealth.
Nearly one-third of healthcare facilities are choosing a new EHR vendor only four years into the HITECH Act.
Vendors may stave off stricter EHR regulations with the development of two new vendor codes of conduct.
IT executives at smaller companies can follow governmental examples to leverage psychological persuasion for rock solid data security standards.
Can personal device use at work actually increase productivity among your staff? Tweet jammers discuss BYOD and mobile productivity in this recap.
Employees using personal devices on the job could create mobile security threats -- and nightmares -- for CIOs. Learn more in this tweet jam recap.
PaaS made headlines last week, but it's still difficult to gauge the true level of interest in Platform as a Service in the enterprise world.
IBM's SoftLayer buy is getting mixed reviews from IT pros, but everyone agrees that it's an example of the consolidation phase of the cloud bubble.
A cloud migration seems daunting but the effort is worthwhile; U.S. defense agencies say their cloud move led to better military intelligence.
Bring your own device (BYOD) can be a boon for both employees and enterprises, but clear policies and management tools are needed.
IT departments deploying mobile health care solutions must ensure that using mobile devices in health care settings doesn't violate federal laws or compromise security.
Distributed antenna systems and in-building wireless solutions are two options to improve wireless cellular coverage within an enterprise facility.
Hardware, virtualization, public and private cloud are all converging and need to be managed as one environment. Enter Red Hat's Open Hybrid Cloud.
A Red Hat Summit talk on database and mainframe modernization highlights urgency, need for agility in enterprise development teams.
Intel may win the server war, but AMD microprocessors could find more acceptance in another niche market.