CIO Symmetry:

November, 2013

November 26, 2013  6:23 PM

The human factor in data classification

Christina Torode Christina Torode Profile: Christina Torode

It's human nature to want to categorize the world around us. But is this desire  to classify becoming a bigger part of our nature at the expense of creativity because of … IT? Computers encourage us to classify and categorize, but following a corporate or coded script doesn't exactly lend...

November 25, 2013  8:52 PM

Study: Many SMBs uncertain of security strategy; risks abound

Karen Goulart Karen Goulart Profile: Karen Goulart

It's a dangerous cyberworld out there. The news carries weekly, sometimes daily, reminders of the potentially catastrophic impact a data breach can have on even the largest of enterprises. Besides the loss or corruption of information itself, there's the loss of trust from customers who may well...

November 20, 2013  6:51 PM

CIOs: Innovation starts with good ole-fashioned communication

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

Innovation is the term du jour for CIOs, but figuring out the best ways to foster creative, out-of-the box thinking isn't easy. Maybe that's why there was an entire session devoted to it at the recent 

November 5, 2013  3:07 PM

Open data, big money

Nicole Laskowski Nicole Laskowski Profile: Nicole Laskowski

In a new research report, McKinsey Global Institute projects that open data can "help unlock" $3 trillion to...

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