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July 27, 2012  7:53 PM

Olympic-size woes and the dark side of tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Big Data, big data analytics, CIO job; CIO leadership; CIO careers, CIO leadership, CIOs, cybercrime, data analytics, Data privacy, endpoint security, Facebook, innovation, IT fun

Can you believe what a disappointment these games are turning out to be? Oh, we're not talking about the Olympics. We're referring of course to Zynga's recent woes. Yes, in life, as in the Olympics, there are winners and there are losers. In this week's roundup we catch up with a few former...

July 20, 2012  7:55 PM

Conquering brain drain and big data analytics



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO

Is there anyone out there who didn't have the longest, hottest week since ever? We're going to keep this brief, as our brains are more melted than hoax-ified Canadian currency....


July 13, 2012  9:04 PM

Scary-good tech innovations



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Apple, BYOD, CEO, CIO, collaboration, enterprise collaboration, Enterprise mobility, enterprise mobility; CIO, innovation, Microsoft, mobile applications, mobile device management, mobile devices, mobile IT, mobile strategy, mobility, smartphones, social collaboration, social media platforms, Virtualization

Why is it that Friday the 13th only seems scary when it falls in October? Didn't those unfortunate teens meet their demise at a summer camp? At any rate, in honor of this allegedly spooky/unlucky day, we've stocked up the roundup with scary-good tech innovations, a howling CEO and a reminder of...


July 10, 2012  9:09 PM

Why you don’t want to Excel at virtualization capacity management



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO

Let me be honest here: I would be thoroughly impressed with myself if I could successfully compile a grocery list on Excel. I offer this as a disclaimer. But even though funnels befuddle me and I've managed to merge information straight into the ether, there is one...


July 7, 2012  3:18 AM

Pondering BPM applications and summer reading lists



Posted by: Karen Goulart
Amazon, Apple, BPM, BYOD, CIO, data centers, hardware, innovation, iPAD, iPhones, Microsoft, mobile devices, social BPM

Is this the official holiday weekend or was that last weekend? Mid-week holidays are so confusing. One thing we do know for sure is that summer is now in full swing. To celebrate, we've got a compendium of fun things to do outdoors. They include reading, daydreaming (about BPM...


July 3, 2012  8:50 PM

Today’s girls who code, tomorrow’s women in computer science



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO

Some things just bear repeating. As part of our most recent roundup post -- in roundups, we gather interesting items you may have missed from the week that was -- we highlighted a new initiative created to promote young women in computer science.

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