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11Nov2014

How to survive a data breach

In today’s globally connected world, breaches are inevitable. So what can you do to survive when it happens to you?

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11Nov2014

CIOs Turn to “Deputies’ So They Can Stay ‘Out of the Weeds’

Chief information officers say hiring “deputies” to manage daily IT operations frees them up to work on strategic technology initiatives, meet with senior managers and customers, and attend industry events. In fact, not having a deputy, as one CIO has learned, can be a slog.

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11Nov2014

New Relic, on Cusp of IPO, Cashes in on IT Performance Anxiety

As digital business takes off, companies need new tools to assess the performance of websites, mobile apps, and more. Enter New Relic Inc., which played a role in salvaging HealthCare.gov and filed Monday for an IPO. Via the Wall Street Journal.

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11Nov2014

Universities Can’t Train Data Scientists Fast Enough for CIOs

Chief information officers are struggling to find data scientists, those individuals with engineering and business skills, as well at the statistical savviness required to analyze and derive value from Big Data companies generate. Academic leaders are endeavoring to produce more data scientists by offering school programs that teach several disciplines, and encourage students to think [...]

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11Nov2014

CIOs Cheer Microsoft’s Move to User-based Licensing

Microsoft Corp., addressing a source of great customer frustration, has changed a long standing pricing model that underscored much of its early success. It is moving away from its complex system of licensing software based on the number of devices a customer has, and moving towards a new model based on people, which is more in [...]

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