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  • July 25, 2006 25 Jul'06

    Business intelligence aids health center

    Jefferson Medical Center used business intelligence software to measure and improve employee productivity while maintaining a high level of patient care.

  • July 12, 2006 12 Jul'06

    BlackBerry hosted server feeds SMBs' mobile email hunger

    BlackBerry maker RIM announced a hosted mobile email server, but some experts are wondering whether it makes sense to have hosted mobile email with an on-site email server.

  • June 29, 2006 29 Jun'06

    Passwords: Single-sign on signal future

    Security pros know that passwords are nothing but trouble. For them, single-sign on, two-factor authentication and federated ID represent the path to stronger authentication and password protection.

  • June 29, 2006 29 Jun'06

    Firm eases pain of patch management for mobile workforce

    Patch management can be costly and timely, especially if you've got a number of remote workers. But one IT manager found a way to streamline the process with an online tool that he says gives a better view of the patch management operation.

  • June 28, 2006 28 Jun'06

    SOA implementation gets mother of all tests

    An SOA application that had just gone live came to the rescue on a dark and stormy night, when 52,000 Austin Energy customers lost power.

  • June 15, 2006 15 Jun'06

    Windows admins, developers meet up at TechEd

    At Microsoft's big shindig for IT administrators and developers this week, company executives said they are working to bridge the gulf that once divided the two job roles.

  • June 15, 2006 15 Jun'06

    Nine tips for polishing a CIO resume

    Looking for a job? An executive recruiter tells CIOs how to make the case on paper.

  • June 14, 2006 14 Jun'06

    CIO Decisions 2006: MBA worth the effort, but doesn't guarantee IT stardom

    Midmarket CIOs at the CIO Decisions Conference last week in Carlsbad, Calif., weigh in on the issue of whether you need an MBA to succeed in IT these days. The verdict: It's nice, but not critical for the job. Upward mobility is another matter.

  • June 07, 2006 07 Jun'06

    Reporter's Notebook: PDA power trip

    Our continuing coverage of the CIO Decisions conference being held this week in Carlsbad, Calif., includes a few tidbits you might have missed.

  • June 06, 2006 06 Jun'06

    BlackBerry clients find alternative in GoodLink

    Is it a growing trend that several companies have recently announced they are ditching their BlackBerrys and picking up different devices using GoodLink for mobile email?

  • May 25, 2006 25 May'06

    Mobile platforms: BlackBerry -- Mobile e-mail's 'gold standard'

    Mobile managers face a tough choice when weighing which mobile platform or operating system to deploy. We've assembled a team of experts and asked them to weigh the good and bad of each mobile platform to help you choose the one that's right for ...

  • May 17, 2006 17 May'06

    For students with 'learnability,' a future in IT via India

    Add the Indian IT powerhouse Infosys to the list of companies recruiting at American colleges this year. The fast-growing company sees a diverse workforce as its future. Some American students see a passage to India as a passport to a better job ...

  • May 17, 2006 17 May'06

    SMBs: It's a buyer's market for wireless service

    SMBs are on track to spend more than $18 billion on wireless services this year. The nation's carriers have taken notice, says a new survey.

  • May 11, 2006 11 May'06

    The mobility challenge: Supporting multiple devices in the enterprise

    As more and more mobile devices enter the enterprise, the IT department's task of managing and securing them grows more complex. SearchMobileComputing.com talked to panelists and attendees at last week's Interop Wireless and Mobility conference to ...

  • April 20, 2006 20 Apr'06

    IT happens: The 'Big Bang' at DuPont and its aftermath

    Global multi-sourcing of IT keeps DuPont fleet of foot. But, oh, is it hard work. Take a gander at the DuPont "peacock," a showstopper organizational chart that aligns IT external and internal providers with the chemical company's business units.

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