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  • April 30, 2018 30 Apr'18

    Top 2018 cybersecurity trends to watch out for

    A glance at IT news shows cybersecurity trends remain on companies' radar. At the CIO Boston Summit, Cybereason's Jessica Stanford discussed steps to defend against risk.

  • April 27, 2018 27 Apr'18

    Gartner on blockchain: Questions to ask and lots of caveats

    It's immature, misunderstood, untested in the enterprise, risk-laden -- and needs to be on the CIO agenda. Gartner's Nick Heudecker frames the blockchain questions you should be asking.

  • April 27, 2018 27 Apr'18

    Vulnerability management programs need an upgrade for the cloud era

    Gone are the days of simple, easily secured corporate networks. The proliferation of cloud computing, virtualization and containers means that the network is changing constantly, said Nate Palanov, ...

  • April 24, 2018 24 Apr'18

    The CIO voice in the boardroom: Skills needed to get there

    At a recent webinar, IT leaders discussed the factors driving the absence of a CIO voice in the boardroom and highlighted the skills they need to earn a seat at the table.

  • April 23, 2018 23 Apr'18

    Workplace 'mindfulness' as coping mechanism for AI disruption

    Two tech titans investing in the AI tools that automate jobs are also sinking money into workplace mindfulness programs aimed at helping employees become better at being human.

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  • April 20, 2018 20 Apr'18

    Juniper CEO Rahim stresses cybersecurity training, automation at RSA 2018

    During his RSA Conference keynote, Juniper CEO Rami Rahim encouraged leaders to be "agents of change" that embrace automation in cybersecurity and new training techniques.

  • April 20, 2018 20 Apr'18

    Will the next act in the ongoing evolution of IT be its last?

    The evolution of IT keeps on keeping on -- for now. But as technology becomes more integral to the business, the IT department may become extinct. MIT's Joe Peppard explains.

  • April 20, 2018 20 Apr'18

    MIT Sloan: Finding your digital business model

    Companies may understand the threats and opportunities a digital economy presents, but research from MIT Sloan suggests many don't have a clear sense of how to make digital revenue.

  • April 20, 2018 20 Apr'18

    Four digital business models and the capabilities they demand

    Research scientist Stephanie Woerner expounds on the digital business models companies are using to compete in the digital economy and the capabilities required to succeed.

  • April 17, 2018 17 Apr'18

    Bold cloud computing plan puts Accenture on fast track

    Three years ago, the consulting company aimed to go from 10% in the public cloud to 90%. How's it faring? Infrastructure chief Merim Becirovic tells in this interview.

  • April 17, 2018 17 Apr'18

    At Accenture, benefits of public cloud are business benefits

    In this Q&A, infrastructure chief Merim Becirovic reports on the consulting company's cloud journey, discusses new technologies cloud will make possible and offers some getting-started advice.

  • April 13, 2018 13 Apr'18

    Onus is on CIOs to address limitations of artificial intelligence

    Recognizing the limitations of artificial intelligence is step No. 1 for CIOs aiming to reap its benefits, according to AI luminaries at the recent EmTech Digital conference.

  • April 13, 2018 13 Apr'18

    Twitterverse debates necessity of chief transformation officer role

    IT pros on Twitter have questions about the chief transformation officer role. For starters: Isn't that role already filled by other C-level execs?

  • April 11, 2018 11 Apr'18

    Computer vision, machine learning skills help fuel surge in AI jobs

    A report by the world's No. 1 job site, Indeed, finds there are more AI jobs than ever, but job-seeker interest is leveling out. What accounts for the dwindling enthusiasm among job hunters?

  • April 06, 2018 06 Apr'18

    Voice computing goes to work with Microsoft Teams addition of Cortana

    Microsoft is integrating Cortana into its Teams collaboration platform. Will it be the baby step voice computing needs to gain traction in the enterprise? The jury is out.

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