It’s an astounding statistic: 60 percent of small companies are unable to sustain their business within six months of a cybercrime attack, according to the U.S. National Cyber Security Alliance. John Hey and other information technology experts advise small business managers to foster a culture of cybersecurity.
Understanding the H-1B debate is no comfort to those whose lives hang in the balance: American IT workers and H-1B visa workers. Both groups sit at the center of the storm with little power to do much more than hang on.
Agile is more than just some buzzword. The overarching objective is to decrease time to market, which keeps your business ahead of the pack and enables it to rapidly respond to market changes.
It should be clear to all IT executives that every enterprise is encountering a major market transition where digital technology will be the cornerstone of their future. The net effect has been to raise customer expectations for every aspect of every business.
From development to documentation to product strategy, everyone involved needs to be cognizant of how the needs of software can change over time and how to meet those challenges when they arise.
Over the next 3 to 5 years, line of business divisions will gain even more power for technology decisions and purchases. CIOs and other IT leaders are then left wondering what the future may look like.
Brand is the most important part of your journey. It has to be all about you and your definition of you. Once that is established you can move forward with vision and purpose.
The 3rd platform of IT evolution is upon us, bringing together and focusing on the interplay among four key technologies and solution areas: Cloud, Analytics, Mobile and Social.
Is your business still using a traditional landline telephone? Ben Rife, president and CEO of INVOIP, explains why it may be costing you time, money and efficiency, and what you can do about it.
A united organization that is up to date on current processes and long- term goals builds a cohesive team aligned with a common mission. With ERP data at their disposal, employees can gain insight into what is going on throughout various sectors of the business.
Business users and customers, especially millennials, are clamoring for software-as-a-service, cloud services, enterprise consumerization, and anywhere, anytime, any device access and connectivity to information. The question facing many organizations today is “What will the IT leaders of the new Services Defined Enterprise look like?”
As cloud computing moves to a new level of maturity, cloud providers will begin to specialize. There will no longer be a “one size fits all” cloud solution. Instead, cloud providers will begin to offer specific infrastructure solutions tuned to the needs and requirements for different applications. And the battles for these capabilities and innovation are intensifying.
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