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KeyedIn's Karen Adame discusses CIOs' mistakes regarding shadow IT, which are even worse when firms do not coordinate their analysis and end up with different versions of the truth...
Technology can't bring the rain, but it can help Californians save water in various ways, and it serves as a model for a future that could hold more droughts and water crises
Cloud-hosted SaaS solutions open the doors to sophisticated tools that many, if not most, businesses could not have accessed in the past.
Security metrics are supposedly a way for upper management and IT departments to converse intelligently about in-house security programs. Why aren't the metrics working?
Here are solutions and recommendations for business continuity plans that must be changed to respond to the new risks associated with BYOD and cloud services.
As an information strategist, John Weathington frequently sees organizations who are unsure of their Big Data strategy six months into the effort. Here are his tips for framing Big...
If you read some of the recent headlines, you might think Microsoft was on the brink of bankruptcy. In reality, the company posted record-high revenues and profits for the fiscal y...
The beginning of a new year is a good time to consider how well we met the previous year's challenges and to use what we learned to make improvements in the months to come.
It was about three months ago that one of my friends had informed me he was leaving HDS to join a company named Virtual Instruments. ?Virtual Instruments?? I asked myself, trying t...
In this paper, the authors study a multiple access system without feedback supporting multiple carriers for delay critical applications with a small loss tolerance. In such a syste...