Latest Posts tagged with Midtier Enterprise
Harry Hawk 6/20/2013 Post a comment
Social networking sites and search engines continue to hone the tools they use to help advertisers spread their messages, measure results, and avoid fraud.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 6/19/2013 12 comments
Arrogant employees -- no matter how talented -- cost companies too much money and productivity to be valuable.
Kevin Jacoby 6/19/2013 10 comments
Don't imitate Microsoft. Provide customers with what they want when you release it.
Jason Mick 6/19/2013 7 comments
Despite the benefits of working with contractors -- fast access to talented employees, lower costs, diverse workforce -- the arrangement can create big risks. Just ask the NSA and Booz Allen Hamilton about Edward Snowden.
Charlotte Erdmann 6/18/2013 4 comments
If data in the cloud is lost or misused, the client has the most to lose. Those wishing to adopt cloud therefore must scrutinize both provider and contract beforehand regarding data protection and security.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 6/17/2013 55 comments
Few emails inspire such guaranteed confusion as a manager's friend request. They demand action, but a wrong move can have implications far beyond Facebook.
Jeff Kaplan 6/17/2013 4 comments
Satisfied with SaaS and IaaS, enterprises should now move ahead with PaaS.
Todd Watson 6/14/2013 1 comment
From Nashville, the IBM Smarter Commerce Summit moves to Monaco next week.
Editor's Blog 6/13/2013 17 comments
Google Glass, Pebble smartwatch, and the as-yet-unavailable Apple iWatch are not the only wearable technologies in town. We found at least a baker's dozen more.
Jason Mick 6/13/2013 17 comments
The NSA spying and Prism programs don't only affect citizens' rights. They have big implications for corporations' intellectual property as well.
Alan Reiter 6/13/2013 28 comments
Even though two-step verification is more secure, many websites still rely on its predecessor.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 6/12/2013 2 comments
The economy is improving, and after years of mass layoffs and hiring freezes for tech professionals, the country is slowly reverting to an employee's market.
Editor's Blog 6/12/2013 1 comment
The standard, based on 10Gen's MongoDB, will improve developers' productivity, company executives say.
Ron Miller 6/12/2013 44 comments
After a lot of internal (and social media) debate, the technology journalist Ron Miller decides whether to be one of the first to buy Google Glass.
Rasheen A. Whidbee 6/11/2013 22 comments
Obamacare is a start, but IT can do a whole lot more to improve healthcare's efficiency, accuracy, and results.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 6/10/2013 5 comments
Cloud service provider Nasuni helped XO Group -- publisher of The Knot, The Nest, and The Bump sites -- corral rogue filesharing employees.
Tam Harbert 6/10/2013 19 comments
In transaction-heavy applications, flash-based systems can reduce processing times by up to 90 percent, IBM says.
Editor's Blog 6/7/2013 34 comments
Why will everyone be winking at their smartphones? Ask Google. Or read on.
Mary E. Shacklett 6/7/2013 25 comments
Technologies like WiFi and the Internet of Things are helping defray the trillions companies, employees, healthcare providers, and government agencies spend on elder support each year.
Lillian Pierson 6/6/2013 6 comments
McKenney's uses the Splunk platform to improve energy efficiency and security at Eglin Air Force Base.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 6/5/2013 3 comments
The healthcare organization expects third-party developers and businesses to create add-on applications that will leverage the location-based API.
Jason Mick 6/5/2013 10 comments
CIOs should review where their technologies are coming from if they want to better protect their corporate data from theft.
Ron Miller 6/4/2013 23 comments
Copyright infringers could find their entire systems corrupted or unusable if the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property gets its way.
Taimoor Zubair 6/4/2013 12 comments
Too many big-data implementations fail due to preventable errors.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 6/3/2013 9 comments
Individuals, departments, and organized charities are using online platforms to reach a world of potential donors and advocates.
Todd Watson 6/3/2013 Post a comment
On the agenda at IBM Innovate 2013 Technical Summit in Orlando this week: exciting speakers, lots of news, and hundreds of education sessions.
Editor's Blog 5/31/2013 37 comments
Seers predicts Apple's next moves, Facebook stops hate speech, and MIT figures out successful tweets (with a caveat). Plus find out who's not running for president.
Editor's Blog 5/30/2013 2 comments
Today's IE Radio show features Choice Hotels' CIO Todd Davis. Join us at 2:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m PT).
Harry Hawk 5/30/2013 25 comments
Startups took center stage at a Manhattan mash-up of The Shark Tank and game shows.
Ron Miller 5/30/2013 50 comments
Don't be afraid of new technologies like 3D printers and Google Glass. Think instead of the benefits these devices will have.
Christine Parizo 5/28/2013 58 comments
Google axed iGoogle and Reader. Recent changes to Voice could mean the VoIP service is next to go.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 5/28/2013 13 comments
The Russian Federal Scientific-Clinical Center of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology is using IBM PowerFlex technology to store, analyze, and share research and patient data.
Alan Reiter 5/28/2013 91 comments
BYOD trend could lead to unforeseen – and frightening – repercussions, Gartner report warns.
Editor's Blog 5/27/2013 21 comments
Here are 10 tips on how to become a chief information officer.
Editor's Blog 5/24/2013 53 comments
Start your Memorial Day holiday weekend (and Geek Pride Day) early with a Friday File full of emerging techs, familiar faces, and a reason to rethink Second Life.
Mary E. Shacklett 5/24/2013 92 comments
Address online behavior upfront -- or you could wind up in court later.
Dan Cypra 5/23/2013 65 comments
Choosing the correct domain can be critical to your company's online credibility and ranking.
Matt Heusser 5/23/2013 19 comments
Send out several teams, not one, to discover the best way to use your marketing IT talent and time.
Editor's Blog 5/23/2013 41 comments
Family Dollar revolutionized its IT strategy to compete in a very low cost retail environment.
Paul Korzeniowski 5/21/2013 74 comments
Increased use of these devices makes it more difficult for support personnel to secure information and service employees.
Maria Korolov 5/21/2013 21 comments
Organizations and individuals should take advantage of today's wide-ranging, free online classes in technology, business, and everything in between.
Midmarket Clan Editor's Blog 5/20/2013 7 comments
CTO Mike Dunn plans to further bolster the information and car-buying platform's use of mobile and social media.
Harry Hawk 5/15/2013 28 comments
Leske's Bakery enjoyed the sweet smell of success after promoting a new donut flavor exclusively on Facebook.
Editor's Blog 5/15/2013 9 comments
Collaborative apps, high bandwidth networks, and mobile devices empower healthcare professionals to deliver better care, faster, to more patients. Yet telehealth adoption is not widespread -- at least yet. Here's why.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 5/15/2013 5 comments
FOSS is taking over the enterprise and it's vital that IT departments address support before problems arise.
Jason Mick 5/14/2013 5 comments
Say goodbye to bulky graphics cards -- plus the related cooling and form factor woes -- Intel has developed a Haswell graphics processing unit.
Mansur Hasib 5/10/2013 49 comments
To ensure success -- both for the organization and the top IT exec -- it's vital that your CIO does not report to the CFO.
Executive Clan Editor's Blog 5/8/2013 11 comments
For some CIOs, hiring a dedicated IT marketing expert can be money well spent.
Matt Heusser 5/8/2013 18 comments
By integrating reputation management tools, corporate IT removes the risk from empowering employees to interact directly -- and publicly -- with customers.
Todd Watson 5/7/2013 Post a comment
Microsoft users eagerly await today's tune-up of Windows 8.1.
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