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CIO Leadership, Security

In devices we trust – or should it be Apps?

Protect your Apps – no matter what device they run on

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HP Blogger
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“If you're been secretly watering your lawn at night during a drought emergency, then even the data on the sprinkler controller can land you in hot water if it ends up in the wrong hands,” says Maria Bledsoe, Senior Manager of HP Fortify, in this Information Week article.


Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Technology, Cloud, IT Performance, Security

Disaster Recovery: Key Takeaways for the CIO

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SteveLyerly

Discussion about an IT disaster isn't if but when — yet 70 percent of companies have only snapshot-based disaster recovery (DR) solutions in place. More disturbing is the fact that as of last July, 7 percent of all businesses surveyed had no DR solution.


CIO Leadership, Mobility, Security

Striking a balance between mobile access and maintaining security

Our chat topic for Thursday and our CIO Question....

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Community Manager
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What is the balance enterprises can strike about how much access they should allow mobile workers without compromising security? What's more, how do enterprises acquire and manage corporate data assets generated on mobile devices?

You probably don't need convincing that workers want the flexibility mobile provides. Indeed, in a new book from three Forrester Research analysts contends that mobile is dramatically changing business. It is called "The Mobile Mind Shift."


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Clearing Up the Confusion About Information Governance

Important Differences Between IG, IT Governance, & Data Governance

Blog-post by,
RobertSmallwood

Even in the sophisticated CIO community, there has been a great deal of confusion around the term information governance (IG) and how it is often confused with other similar industry terms, such as information technology (IT) governance and data governance. The definitions put forth at times have compounded the confusion by offering a convoluted definition of IG, or sometimes offering a definition of IG that is just plain incorrect, often confusing it with simple data governance.


CIO Leadership, Technology, Cloud, Security

Protecting Your Cloud-Based Data

Challenges and Solutions for Data Access Governance on the Cloud

Blog-post by,
Roy Peretz

Moving corporate data to the cloud is a matter of when, not if in most organizations. Yours isn’t the first enterprise your cloud vendor is protecting, nor will it be the last. Circumstances don’t allow cloud vendors to say they have years of experience protecting cloud data, but they do. The average cloud vendor is protecting your data with firewalls and hardware disaster recovery, but they definitely are not covering all bases.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

Five meeting disrupters CIOs must recognize and confront.

“A meeting is an event where minutes are taken and hours wasted.” - Captain James T. Kirk

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We all spend a lot of time in meetings.  Leading productive meetings is an executive skill that is unfortunately in short supply.  Over the past couple of years I have written several posts about meetings.  These have included subjects such as leading productive meetings, meetings with direct reports, and


Technology, Services

Supply Chain Management Software in India

Blog-post by,
emmageorge91

The Supply Chain Management software allows supplier cooperation in all areas of life-cycle of a product. Increased competition has required the company to focus on core proficiency and therefore modular manufacturing enables the company to outsource certain activities in the production procedure to the suppliers. Supply Chain Management application involves all other applications and individual modules of purchasing, delivery, logistics and stock & inventory control.


CIO Leadership, IT Performance

5 elements that define a New Style of Innovation

Innovation is most effective when it is sustained and nurtured by leadership

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HP Blogger
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In Bill Hewlett’s office at HP Labs, I stand and look out to the patio where I see a TORO lantern that is a five-part granite sculpture representing the five basic elements – fire, earth, water, sun and sky. It is a deeply symbolic gift from the people of HP’s first joint venture, Yokogawa Hewlett-Packard in 1971. But when I look at how HP was born, and where it is today, I wonder if the symbolism has a deeper meaning than its original intent.


CIO Leadership, Applications

Make yours a "lasagne app" !

The vital features of a mobile app

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HP Blogger
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Fil Zanasi

I’ve just come back from a wonderful holiday in Italy. As always, I ordered and enjoyed my favourite dish, lasagne, on more than one occasion. I just love it. I think it’s the complexity and layers. One night, while researching restaurants for that night’s dinner on my iPad, it occurred to me that mobile apps also have complexity and layers. When eating a lasagne, we see the gorgeous top layer, sauce and parmesan sprinkled on top. That’s the native app. But underneath are layers of technology.


Business Issues, Technology, IT Performance

The Importance of Document Viewers in M&A

Blog-post by,
Swieczner

It’s a tall enough task for a large financial institution to manage and standardize its own disparate applications running across multiple platforms, but what happens when two large organizations merge? The fallout from an extensive merger often results in the new organization running countless different systems on different platforms.