With the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and the resultant growth in streaming data, CIOs are facing new duties and challenges. To fully take advantage of IoT, CIOs must build a “digitally intelligent architecture,” analysts say. In this week’s Data Mill, SearchCIO senior news writer Nicole Laskowski outlines three digital intelligence tactics CIOs must focus on.
There are only about 100 chief data officers around the world, according to Gartner, but the role has gained an outsized amount of recognition, particularly in banking, government and insurance. Still, questions persist, and at the recent MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality Symposium, a panel of CDOs addressed many of them.
Heartbleed reemerged in this week’s headlines, playing a key role in the data breach of a Tennessee health network. In Searchlight, find out what enterprise CIOs and security officers can take away from this latest breach, as well as from UPS’ discovery of the vulnerability of its customers’ data.
When it comes to securing enterprise mobile collaboration, mobile device management and antimalware aren’t always the best answer. At the Gartner Catalyst Conference, security analyst Mario de Boer laid out the best tools to effectively secure mobile data in your collaboration environment.
Do you and your enterprise know what to look for in order to hire the right tech talent? Join us in discussing the IT skills gap in the next #CIOChat tweet jam on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 3 p.m. EDT.
And on SearchCompliance…
Increasing volumes of data mean more complex e-discovery at many organizations. Fortunately, new cloud-based e-discovery tools can help address companies’ e-discovery management requirements. In a tip from compliance expert Jeffrey Ritter, learn key strategies to ensure your cloud providers are able to meet these needs.
In this week’s compliance news roundup, U.S. companies, particularly in the financial services sector, continue to grapple with today’s post-recession regulatory landscape. Plus, read more about PricewaterhouseCooper’s bank reporting blunder and U.S. tech giants’ broken Safe Harbor pact.