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September 14, 2012  4:56 PM

Gamification proves powerful weapon against security lesson boredom



Posted by: Karen Goulart
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Not all aspects of dealing with technology are fun. But sometimes technology itself can pep things up. This week, the SearchCIO.com Searchlight shines upon a few examples of the innovative thinking that keeps IT fresh. For example, did you know that refreshing your security policy knowledge...

August 4, 2012  4:44 PM

CIO lights up Olympics with green tech innovation



Posted by: Karen Goulart
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Every four years, it's the same thing. We sit and watch the summer Olympics in awe of human physical potential and our minds begin to wander. What if we'd kept up those swimming lessons? If only we didn't dump track for the school newspaper. Then we come back to reality, pop open another soda and...


June 29, 2012  9:54 PM

A revolutionary idea to promote women in computer science



Posted by: Karen Goulart
big data analytics, CIO, CIO weekly wrap-up, innovation, Security

Who went and put a holiday in the middle of the week? Well, if you're not getting a long weekend out of it, at least the Fourth will break up your week -- goodness knows summer weeks are always longer when you're not the person in your office on vacation. Whatever your holiday plans, you can use...


May 26, 2012  4:31 PM

Tell your CEO to get a social media life (s/he will thank you!)



Posted by: Karen Goulart
BYOD, CEO, CIO, data breach, Facebook, Security, Social media

At long last, we've successfully traversed the drudgeries of late winter and early spring and are poised to embrace those most rejuvenating unofficial first days of summer, otherwise known as Memorial Day weekend. Can you tell we've been looking forward to this? As you reflect and relax with...


May 4, 2012  8:24 PM

With tech innovation, countries starting out with less are doing more



Posted by: Karen Goulart
CIO, Facebook, innovation, IT innovation, mobile applications, Security

When is the last time you actually dedicated time to innovative thinking? If it's taking you a while to answer (or you don't have time to remember because you're too busy working), you're not alone; and it might not be your fault. This week's roundup of bits from around the Web includes two...


February 1, 2012  12:24 AM

A security campaign against insider threats — but who’s the insider?



Posted by: Linda Tucci
CIO, CISO, phishing, Security, security policy

During World War II, when it was discovered that U.S. soldiers were being targeted by the enemy through unconventional means -- alcohol, prostitutes -- to give up critical information, the military launched an all-out security campaign. "

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October 21, 2011  12:30 PM

Spying on top-secret documents through the camera in a company iPad



Posted by: Linda Tucci
iPAD, mobile computing, mobile devices, Security

I have information about a company iPad and a security risk that you should know about. It came from a man in a military uniform at the


December 23, 2010  5:45 PM

Post-WikiLeaks computer security measures include hired hackers



Posted by: 4Laura
CIO, Security

Those of you who find the Wikileaks story fascinating, as I do, might enjoy zooming through Red's Query, a fictional piece of work by technology media executive Eric Lundquist....


December 17, 2010  3:02 PM

WikiLeaks shines a light on corporate security policies



Posted by: 4Laura
CIO, Security

The WikiLeaks debacle has put a spotlight on the need for better corporate security policies and new technology approaches. But even these safeguards are no guarantee in...


September 23, 2010  5:23 PM

CIOs’ list of demands for public cloud providers



Posted by: Christina Torode
CIO, Cloud computing, cloud services, cloud uptime, Disaster recovery, public cloud, risk management, Security

Transferring data outside your four walls, particularly over the Internet, is not an appealing prospect to many CIOs. But cloud uptime? Now that is an even larger trust issue...


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