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This year will bring a number of changes to how enterprises store data--some big and some small. Mary Shacklett discusses the most prominent developments.
Running a campaign is like running a business. Technology decisions matter. The campaigns that master digital strategy are going to gain an important edge in the 2016 presidential election.
A recent Deloitte survey found that security, cloud, and analytics are growing in importance among mid-market businesses. Here are some of the highlights from the report.
Digital strategy is the process of identifying, articulating and executing on digital opportunities that will increase an organization's competitive advantage. Digital strategy enh...
Brad Wheeler, Indiana University's vice president for information technology and CIO, spoke with TechRepublic about his career in ed tech and how the echo effect plays into IT.
Get expert advice about managing data quality, public clouds, governance standards, and much more in your big data projects.
As sensor tech and IoT grows, firms need to enhance their capacity to collect data and derive business-critical information via analytics. Find out how in our Q&A with Savi SVP Andy Souders.
Alex Howard thinks 2015 will be a big year for digital government services and identity in the US. He also profiles the startup ID.me, which will provide identity software for Connect.gov.
C.J. Radford predicts the usage of cloud applications will accelerate in 2015, says data-at-rest protection is imperative for enterprise cloud deployment, and more in this Q&A.
Due to their influence, funds, and will to act, tech companies have emerged as key players in the environmental movement. Here's what we think they need to do to take it to the next level.