New data suggests that users are bringing their own devices to work, whether company policy allows it or not. Will user independence free IT to pursue more pressing matters or bog them down with user issues?
The US Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra is stepping down. Do you have what it takes to be the country’s next chief technology executive. Well, do ya?
IT needs to be the company innovation engine instead of the department where ideas go to die.
As your workforce grows increasingly mobile, it’s imperative you have a plan in place to bring enterprise content and services to them in a secure way wherever they are.
If you wait until you under a Distributed Denial of Service attack, chances are it’s too late, but with groups like Anonymous out there looking to pick fights with big business, you might want to look at ways to stop them before they get out of your control.
You think your data center’s secure? Anonymous and other hackers say otherwise. Until we address fundamental network vulnerabilities, we will continue to see attack after attack — and you could be next.
IT Pros need to embrace technology like cloud computing and become thought leaders in the organization around all technology — and leave that naysayer image behind.
If the SOPA/PIPA bills in the US Congress become law, it could potentially have a bigger impact on IT and your company web site than you think because these laws will make it fairly trivial to draw your company into a copyright street fight.
We’ve seen established industries disrupted by newcomers again and again in the Internet age, yet most companies in the midst of the shift can’t see it.
It’s important for IT Pros took act as leaders in innovation in your organizations, even if that means creating an executive in charge of innovation to make that happen.