Before companies like Microsoft and Apple release new software, the code is reviewed and tested to ensure it works as planned and to find any bugs. Hackers and cybercrooks do the same. The last thing you want if you’re a cyberthug is for your banking Trojan to crash a victim’s system and be exposed. More…
I recently had the wonderful opportunity to speak with Bill Miller Jr., CIO of Broadcom - an extraordinary networking company and incredible partner for Extreme Networks. In a video interview with Robert Scoble , Broadcom CEO, Scott McGregor, reveale...
I remember seeing UNIVAC at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia (PA) as a child long ago. One of the world’s first computers, it took up almost an entire floor. And that floor was in the basement, where the technical geeks worked at heaven-knows-what arcane function, compiling and digesting information. Not [...]
Good morning. There’s been a significant shift, with the CIO role bifurcating, according to a 2013 IBM study of more than 1,600 CIOs. There are both more CIOs who provide basic IT services and more who are charged with innovation.
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Mohan Nair, Senior VP & Chief Innovation Officer at Cambia Health Solutions, to ask some direct questions about his role as change agent in a large organization. I also read his book, Strategic Business Transformation (Wiley, 2011), which outlines the seven [...]
Wow. The US labor market shifted into a higher gear in April, as 288,000 new jobs were created. The unemployment rate also tumbled from 6.7% in March to 6.3% in April. But that drop is likely overstating the improvement, because there was a large, unexplained decline in the overall size of the labor force. In any case, here are...
Rather than the big stick approach, CIOs should seek out the root causes behind shadow IT, then actively encourage line of business involvement in technology decision-making, advises Louise Francis of IDC New Zealand.
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