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February, 2016


February 29, 2016  11:59 PM

Consumer privacy rights herald ‘third wave’ of Web content management

Linda Tucci Linda Tucci Profile: Linda Tucci
Data protection, Web content management

Kevin Cochrane was on the line from Paris. The chief marketing officer at Jahia Solutions, a Web content management software provider, Cochrane had a vendor pitch to make  -- but not before prosecuting a case for

February 29, 2016  6:11 PM

The four facets of an Agile PMO

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

The Agile project management office (PMO) leverages the centralized portfolio management team to deliver on projects and products faster, said Michael Nir, president and founder of Sapir Consulting US and author of the book 


February 29, 2016  6:05 PM

PMOs could benefit from supporting, adopting Agile

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

Adopting Agile methodology for IT seems like a no-brainer these days. But CIOs may not anticipate the complications -- such as the culture and language barrier --...


February 29, 2016  5:06 PM

Students’ tech smarts pose challenge for college IT teams

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
CIO, College, IT

Kids today. They're a tech-savvy bunch. At least, that's the popular notion. "They're very facile with their fingertips. Whenever I watch somebody type on an iPhone or read...


February 29, 2016  11:03 AM

Robots, security as a service, cloud galore, shape ITO-BPO 2016 outlook

Linda Tucci Linda Tucci Profile: Linda Tucci
cloud

Heads-up from the ITO/BPO experts at global law firm Mayer Brown -- look for dozens of new developments in the IT and business process...

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February 23, 2016  4:42 PM

Do the feds need Apple to bypass smartphone encryption?

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, FBI, iPhone

Last week, I wrote in SearchCIO's Searchlight news column about Apple's opposition to a federal court order directing the company to give the FBI the tools to get into the iPhone used by Syed...


February 23, 2016  4:40 PM

U.S. lacks law to make Apple help bypass encryption

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, FBI, iPhone

The federal court compelling Apple to help the FBI bypass encryption controls in the iPhone used by one of the suspects in the San Bernardino, Calif., massacre is leaning on a 227-year-old...


February 23, 2016  4:37 PM

Life under a new encryption law

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, iPhone, Privacy and security

The U.S. government is tapping the broad authority of a centuries-old statute, the All Writs Act of 1789, to make Apple build new software that would make it easier to get information locked in the iPhone in the San Bernardino, Calif., murder case. According to Apple chief executive Tim Cook, if...


February 23, 2016  2:04 PM

A crash course in 3D thinking for the enterprise

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

The 3D printing market may be nascent, but CIOs should start to prepare the enterprise for the emerging technology. According to


February 22, 2016  12:59 PM

3D printing prepares to grow beyond rapid prototyping

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

Three-dimensional printers aren't exactly a new technology. "It's 30 years old," said Pete Basiliere, a Gartner analyst who's covered the 3D printing market for years. The most widespread and time-tested use of


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