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CIO Leadership, Cloud

Marketing Technology Office, really? Here’s four key functions of the new IT office

As Business and IT merge, does IT needs to be split by business unit?

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HP Blogger
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I just read an article advocating the creation of a marketing technology office. The suggestion is that channel and customer-facing technologies would be owned by the MTO, the Marketing Technology Office. Frankly this brings me to two conclusions. Let me share those:

IT = Business and Business = IT

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Technology, Cloud

6 Cloud Computing Free Services in Vogue

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RickBlaisdell

People and businesses are increasingly using cloud computing today. When your documents, photos, music or other files need to be shared across more than one device, cloud computing is the easiest available and lately, everyone seems to agree with this fact.

This post is dedicated to some of the best free cloud computing services providers. However, most of these tools are not completely free or forever free. Have a look at each of the 6 cloud-based services I consider in vogue:

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Technology, Cloud

How Wireless Technology is Improving our Work and Play

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RickBlaisdell

Technology has had a tremendous impact on all aspects of our life in the past ten years. Wireless technologies play a major role in this transformation. New technologies have begun to transform little by little all aspects of wireless communications and in the process, the way we work and play.


Business Issues, Security

Over Half Of CIOs Fail To Test Cloud Vendors’ Security Systems

Are fears over cloud security abating?

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Community Manager
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jdodge

While 84% of CIOs claim they are concerned about cloud security, only 45% of them test it out before they take the leap, according to a report from the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF).  But 50% of the 84% of the 250 IT directors responding to the CIF study said they are only "somewhat concerned" about cloud security.

What do you think? Would you take a cloud vendor's word about security at face value?

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CIO Leadership, Converged Infrastructure

Data Centers – cloud production factories.

IT + Facility = Data Center

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HP Blogger
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IJ_DCconsulting

A year ago, at a press event in Singapore, the press kindly accredited this blogger with describing the data center as “the cloud on the ground”  http://bit.ly/VkfoBN Today at HP DISCOVER Frankfurt, Chris Coggrave, one of the brightest talents in the world in the cloud and data center infrastructure space, delivered a session on the same topic, “Launching the Data Center into the Cloud.” Chris let the assembled audience know that simply thinking about this, is not a strategy.


Technology, Security

Cybersecurity Act of 2012 and the Cloud

Information security a top government priority

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RickBlaisdell

Speaking of Laws and Regulations Governing the Cloud Computing Environment, we cannot ignore the latest cybersecurity bills proposed this year. There have been many cyber bills proposed, but none was as important as the Cybersecurity Act of 2012, supported by the Obama Administration. Cybersecurity is a top administration priority for Obama’s second term.

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Business Issues, Converged Infrastructure

Leaving Exchange for Gmail: few defend Exchange

CIOs seem ready to take the leap.

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Community Manager
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jdodge

This is a fascinating discussion on the CIO Network on LinkedIn from those considering moving off Exchange/Outlook to Gmail. The economics are compelling and security does not seem in the least to be the deal breaker you might think. Support could be an issue as one commenter points out. As a user of both, I am huge Gmail fan.


Technology, Security

Security: Things Fall Apart

A look at security in a cloud-enabled, big-data protected world.

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It’s not hard to see the importance of security in this new, interconnected, digital world.  There is no hiding from the myriad of threats that seek to misuse the explosive growth of retained data and computation that defines the mortal plane.  From governments to industry to private citizens, we are all acutely aware of how helpless and vulnerable we the all of us are from the predations of digital thieves, technology anarchists, and political institutions that seek to protect us by exploiting us.

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Business Issues, Converged Infrastructure

What will IT operations look like in 20/20?

HP web portal looks at future of the data center, IT ops

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Community Manager
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jdodge

HP's Enterprise 20/20 web portal, which examines the future of IT, has released a 'ebook:' IT Operations 20/20. The latest installment concludes that the server rooms and data centers of today are going away. But what will replace them? The cloud is a big piece of the answer fueled by the growth of big data, BYOD and Software as a Service.


Business Issues, CIO Leadership, Cloud

Cloud offers opportunity to educate clueless boards about IT

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Many boards are clueless about IT, but the cloud presents an opportunity for CIOs to educate them, says Enterprise CIO Forum editorial director Bill Laberis.


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