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  • Types of enterprise risk

    An enterprise risk is any potential event that could threaten an organization's ability to achieve its financial goals; long term, a risk can be a threat to sustainability. In a business context, risks are broadly categorized as either internal or external, or whether or not they are controllable...

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  • Security, cloud tied as top priorities for 2015 in CIO salary survey

    IT executives said 2015 will be the year of security, cloud computing and business intelligence/big data projects, according to TechTarget's IT Salary and Careers Survey. A lesser priority? Mobile technology.

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  • Time has come for analytics and BI in the cloud, vendors say

    A slew of new cloud BI and analytics announcements could give businesses more reasons to consider whether now is the time to jump into the cloud for data analysis applications.

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  • shadow app

    A shadow app is a software program that is not supported by an employee's information technology (IT) department.

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  • AWS Directory Service offers indirect challenge to Microsoft Azure

    The new AWS Directory Service has user directory management that spans hybrid clouds, but invites comparison to Azure’s Active Directory.

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  • IBM and Microsoft team up to push hybrid cloud options

    IBM joins forces with Microsoft to support the other’s cloud platforms with their respective enterprise apps. Whether the software gains can cover IBM’s hardware losses remains to be seen.

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  • Brush up on COBOL basics

    COBOL might be one of the oldest programming languages, but that doesn't mean developers know all there is to know. We have expert insights on COBOL basics.

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  • Dynamic file allocation in COBOL

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  • Implementing a browser interface in COBOL: Getting started

    Learn how to get started on developing a Web interface from the AS/400 in COBOL starting with a logon page. Includes code samples for CGI APIs and library and DDS instructions.

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  • Is it worth learning Cobol?

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