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  • February 13, 2015 13 Feb'15

    When to cut your legacy systems; the new innovation culture

    When it comes to legacy systems, deciding what stays and what goes is no easy task. Hear from enterprise CIOs on the importance of strategizing and finding the right balance between the costs and ...

  • February 13, 2015 13 Feb'15

    Is Box enterprise key management a game changer for enterprises?

    Box wants to make the cloud your default location for classified data. Also in Searchlight: Your Samsung Smart TV might be eavesdropping; Apple takes off with JetBlue.

  • February 12, 2015 12 Feb'15

    Mobile Wallets are about more than just payments

    As of yet, no company has cracked the mobile wallet space. But that doesn't mean it won't happen eventually. The tipping point, according to Forrester Research Inc., hinges on seeing mobile wallets ...

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    Strategic partnerships are characteristic of innovation-ready companies

    In her recently published book The New IT: How Technology Leaders are Enabling Business Strategy in the Digital Age, author Jill Dyché lists the characteristics of an innovation-ready company. One ...

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    CIOs focus on Office 365, hybrid cloud in 2015

    With 2015 underway, SearchCIO checked in with CIOs to see what cloud projects they have in the works. Many said they are migrating to Office 365; hybrid cloud is also on the horizon.

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  • February 10, 2015 10 Feb'15

    Philadelphia 76ers empower Millennials to drive innovation process

    At 150 employees, the Philadelphia 76ers organization doesn't have the manpower for a formal innovation process. Instead, this SMB is empowering its youthful workforce to create a real-time innovation culture to drive change.

  • February 06, 2015 06 Feb'15

    Distributed storage simplified; how to consolidate your apps

    Does talk of distributed storage leave you feeling confused? Tired of the messy definitions and explanations out there? Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski has you covered. In this week's Data ...

  • February 06, 2015 06 Feb'15

    FCC's bold move on net neutrality, a good move for CIOs?

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released details to regulate the Internet as a public utility. Also in Searchlight: Anthem hacked; Google and Uber go head-to-head; Target hires a new CIO.

  • February 04, 2015 04 Feb'15

    Desperately seeking security

    Your enterprise is probably no further than six degrees of separation from a damaging data breach. In CIO Decisions ezine, find out how those seeking security can turn hindsight into actionable intelligence.

  • February 04, 2015 04 Feb'15

    University CIO on meeting the challenge of application consolidation

    Utah State University's Eric Hawley considers application consolidation a chief mandate for today's CIO -- and he's prepared to do whatever it takes to deliver on it.

  • February 04, 2015 04 Feb'15

    Flexible, scalable Web-based apps get high marks from education CIO

    CIO Deepak Agarwal cut costs by nearly half in a major ITconsolidation a few years ago. Here, he talks about recent efforts to update outmoded legacy apps.

  • February 02, 2015 02 Feb'15

    Like Americanos? Then you'll love distributed storage

    Distributed storage doesn't have to be confusing. All you really need to do is think about a coffee shop. The Data Mill reports.

  • January 30, 2015 30 Jan'15

    Why SMBs should consider DR as a service

    Disaster recovery (DR) is expensive -- and not just because traditional disaster recovery services come at a very high price. Other factors contribute to the financial toll of DR: underfunded DR ...

  • January 30, 2015 30 Jan'15

    Snowden talks encryption drawbacks; experts dish app consolidation tips

    Is data encryption enough to ensure data protection? According to Edward Snowden, the answer is no. At Harvard University's fourth annual Symposium on the Future of Computation in Science and ...

  • January 30, 2015 30 Jan'15

    FTC sounds the alarm on IoT privacy

    There are almost 5 billion IoT devices in use -- and counting. To reap their rewards, says the FTC, focus on consumer privacy, not just security. Also in Searchlight: Apple's quarter earnings make history; Amazon breaks into business email with ...

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