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Information governance expert Jeffrey Ritter discusses how technology for e-discovery evolved, and how it influences data processes and management.
In this Product Spotlight, learn about two new security platforms from vendors CipherCloud and MetricStream.
Twitter was abuzz after a report of possible updates to wiretapping laws. Opponents argue it would dramatically alter civil rights and online privacy.
The HIPAA omnibus will become official this fall. Is your organization prepared to handle data breaches, BYOD policies and network security?
A 2013 HIMSS study reveals organizations in the midst of managing wireless networks and cloud computing, among other IT initiatives.
Small hospitals and physician practices may not feel like innovators, but healthcare innovation can happen anywhere.
Is your organization practicing good data science? Contributor Phil Simon examines how data scientists are transforming big data into 'the new oil.'
IT Leadership Award finalist Helane Stein turned a mobile sales app gap into a mobile movement inside and outside her company.
IT Leadership Awards finalist Troy Neal is forced to rebuild IT at YES Prep after a devastating natural disaster. Learn about Neal in this Q&A.
Conventional wisdom has Google and AWS locked in the Price War of the Titans with the launch of GCE, but a deeper look reveals a different truth.
After making the case for cloud based on high availability, IT pros are upset by cloud outages. With planning, there are ways to craft a strategy.
Amazon Redshift has intriguing pricing and features, but beware of its differences from a traditional, on-premises data warehouse.
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.
VMware's upcoming public cloud and AMD's 64-bit ARM servers are technologies for the data center that exemplify the changes in the IT industry.
Stagnant strategies for data center cooling will keep energy bills climbing ever higher, but a more modern approach can bring them back down to earth.
The rise of converged systems has brought a new level of manageability to the data center, but these integrated offerings have a few drawbacks.