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Bring your own network (BYON) is what you get when you don't handle BYOD properly, says SysAid's Sarah Lahav. To secure your data, embrace BYOD and provide wireless access and supp...
Big data adds big value, but can be hard to understand. Here's what you need to know to get your feet wet with big data.
When best laid product plans go awry, you may need to issue a code red. This is when you look to the several backup plans developed as part of your big data strategy.
Consumer-oriented firms need big data solutions to gain actionable insights into customer behavior. In banking, media, and retail, startup NGDATA is part of the conversation.
A recent McKinsey survey sheds light on what the C-suite should think about in terms of its IT talent needs, from top skills to development to the talent value proposition.
It's nearly time to revise your BYOD strategy to accommodate wearables in the enterprise. Some even suggest the advent of separate WYOD policies.
SQL is being hammered by bad guys. Why is that, and is there anything that can be done to fix the situation? A recent Ponemon survey about SQL injections and potential solutions ar...
How conflict minerals funded a war that killed millions, and why tech giants are finally cleaning up their act
The rich mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo supply valuable minerals to the tech industry, but they come at a deadly cost that is finally being faced.
Read how releasing open data supports the federal government's goal of improving community resilience against climate change and primes the pump for meaningful reuse by tech giants...
Matt Asay thinks it's much more important that Red Hat work with the Hadoop vendor that makes it easiest to derive value from Hadoop rather than the most open vendor. Do you agree?