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CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Chief influencing officer

What is it? Maybe COO or chief innovation or infrastructure officer are more to the point...

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jdodge

I have no idea what a chief influencing officer does or is or why it's the headline on this otherwise pretty good story from CFOWorld in the UK about the changing role of the CIO. The most interesting idea put forth in this feature is that CIO could become more like a COO.

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Technology, Big Data

Tablets and Mobile Forms in Clinical Trial Data

A Case Study: Tablets and Mobile Forms Boost the Efficiency and Accuracy of IDCRP Clinical Trials

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Learn how one major Federal Government Healthcare organization utilized Tablets for more efficient, accurate Clinical Trial Data Capture with this case study.   Pharmaceutical and life science companies, challenged to make more efficient use of scarce resources, are turning to mobile data capture to improve trial completion time, accuracy & more. Discover why IDCRP selected and how they deployed Tablets and Mi-Forms, what they learned and the benefits they’re experiencing.


CIO Leadership, Converged Infrastructure

ROI gets a third definition - Return on Infrastructure

Maximizing the Return on your Infrastructure

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ROI gets a third definition – Return on Infrastructure

I had recently discussed ROI taking on a new definition — Return on Information — making the point that enterprises need to take action on Big Data in order to realize the business value of their most valuable asset.

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CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Youngest ECF member yet!

Or newest?

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Technology, Cloud

Resolving data headaches in the cloud

Data scattered across multiple environments

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Christian

In my last blog entry, I talked about the importance of understanding how data is managed within a cloud environment to ensure data protection and compliance with local legislation.

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Business Issues, Cloud

Cloud Based Recovery – Benefits for businesses worldwide

As cloud-based data storage and data recovery (DR) evolves, it is time for organizations to rethink disaster recovery and improve cost savings, collaboration and efficiencies.

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Every business needs to protect its data, and the cloud is a viable option to support this requirement. In addition to keeping information safe, cloud computing is also affordable, thanks to its pay-as-you-go service model. With cloud computing, businesses can back up data in multiple locations throughout different regions, keeping information accessible regardless of geography.

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CIO Leadership, Security

The cyber attack kill chain defense

How what the Air Force does applies to cyber security

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Jim Ricotta

The “Kill Chain” is a traditional warfare term most often used by the US Air Force in defining the command and control process for targeting and destroying enemy forces in order to make it most difficult for the enemy to continue in battle.  A well-known and successful execution of this strategy was in the initial air attacks on Iraq during Operation Desert Storm, which targeted command bases and communications networks. The result was that cut-off ground units in the field, lacking orders and control, quickly lost the will to fight.

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Technology, Cloud

Are AWS customers configuring their resources to cover security, cost and availability?

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RickBlaisdell

When AWS made Trusted Advisor free for the month of March, CloudCheckr took the announcement as an opportunity to conduct an internal survey of their customers usage. CloudCheckr considered the news an implicit acknowledgement of what many have long known: AWS is extremely complex and it is challenging for users to provision and control their AWS infrastructure properly.

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CIO Leadership, Cloud

Mobility 20/20: Looking toward the era when everyone — and everything — is connected

HP's new eBook sums up how modern life is being reshaped by mobility and the cloud.

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jdodge

IDG forecasts there will be 50 billion connected devices by 2020. Smart phones now outsell PCs. Those two stats alone don't just speak how the workplace and IT are being reshaped. They speak to how everything in modern life is changing.

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