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Former US CIO's new enemy: Ebola
(November 11, 2014) The US government is reaching out to the technology development community in its fight against the Ebola epidemic in West...
The IT Talent Shortage Debate
(November 7, 2014) Tech employers say good people are hard to find. Job hunters see a broken hiring process. Both sides need to...
The Principal's Doug Fick: A Customer Advocate
(November 5, 2014) With customer experience at the heart of many insurance companies technology investments and initiatives, it comes as no surprise that...
Four healthcare IT lessons from Dreamforce 2014
(October 15, 2014) You'd be hard-pressed to find a healthcare organization today that is not experiencing some level of digital disruption. Patients are...
Facebook cracks down on fake Likes
(October 7, 2014) Facebook is waging war against fake Likes, and the results have been profitable. According to Facebook site integrity engineer Matt...
Three trends make digital disruption an urgent priority
(September 29, 2014) Regardless of how you view "digital disruption" -- angst-inducing threat or energizing opportunity -- it's no longer a theoretical proposition....
Ten new side projects for Larry Ellison
(September 22, 2014) Oracle founder Larry Ellison doesn't do anything half-heartedly. His passion for sailing led to his all-in financial backing and stewardship...
Three myths that could spoil IT's future
(September 17, 2014) IT leaders need to overcome the myths that keep hurting IT's reputation.
Stereotypes, ignorance, and misinformation. They're all still conspiring to...
IT budgets struggle with data growth, survey finds
(August 15, 2014) Technology executives overwhelmingly agree their greatest struggle is managing the rapid growth of data and the resulting strain it is...
IBM click-to-buy consulting: Gimmick or growth engine?
(August 11, 2014) Do people want to buy consulting services online, like they order a pizza? IBM is trying out a click-to-buy web...