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The State Of Broadband
Features  |  7/8/2013  | 
Only by keeping pace with the latest in regulations, competition, and technology will companies rise above low-capacity, high-priced telecom networks.
Mobile Commerce: Time For Liftoff
Features  |  5/16/2013  | 
71% of nearly 900 qualified respondents say m-commerce is very or extremely important to their organizations, yet just 26% have comprehensive strategies in place now. That spells opportunity.
The Government CIO 25
Features  |  5/16/2013  | 
The most influential and accomplished public sector IT leaders find ways to innovate while being cost efficient.
Medical Apps On Tablets Gain Popularity
Features  |  3/2/2012  | 
The medical field, perhaps more than any other, is ripe with opportunities to deploy tablets. Clinicians are clamoring for tablet-compatible electronic health records and other applications.
Hadoop's Flexibility Wins Over Online Data Provider
Features  |  11/9/2011  | 
RapLeaf replaced relational database workflow with Hadoop and now can make quick database changes.
Hadoop Spurs Big Data Revolution
Features  |  11/7/2011  | 
Open source data processing platform has won over Web giants for its low cost, scalability, and flexibility. Now Hadoop will make its way into more enterprises.
Lessons From Our MDM Buyer's Guide
Features  |  11/4/2011  | 
Choose your mobile device management vendor wisely by focusing on five key areas.
TechInsights Apple iPhone 4S Teardown
Features  |  10/14/2011  | 
The Qualcomm MDM6610 wasn't a surprise, nor was the Apple A5 dual-core processor. It's the TriQuint, Dialog, and Cirrus Logic hardware that's interesting.
Storage For Virtual Environments
Features  |  9/28/2011  | 
VMs are transforming storage. Here's what you need to know.
IT Management Gets SaaS Options
Features  |  8/24/2011  | 
More management tools are available in the cloud, but drawbacks abound.
The New Urgency For Server Virtualization
Features  |  8/10/2011  | 
As federal agencies close data centers, they must drive up utilization of their remaining systems. That requires a well-conceived virtualization strategy.
Physical Vs. Virtual: Oracle, Others Redefine Appliances
Features  |  8/4/2011  | 
While IT rushes to virtualize applications, high-end databases are increasingly moving against the tide, from software to hardware.
Unplanned Obsolescence
Features  |  8/3/2011  | 
To stay relevant, tech support teams must adapt--fast.
Mobile App Development Needs A New Approach
Features  |  8/3/2011  | 
Use these 8 elements for a complete mobile app environment.
CIO Profiles: Peter Campbell Of Sprint
Features  |  8/3/2011  | 
Sprint is looking to dramatically improve project delivery cycle time, says its senior VP of IT.
Why ERP Is Cool Again
Features  |  7/21/2011  | 
ERP itself is old news, but enhancing legacy applications with mobile, analytics, and social features can deliver substantial value.
6 Reasons SaaS May Mean A Return To Silos
Features  |  7/21/2011  | 
Don't want to revisit the bad old days? Here's how to keep application integration on track
6 Reasons SaaS May Mean A Return To Silos
Features  |  7/21/2011  | 
Don't want to revisit the bad old days? Here's how to keep application integration on track
Why ERP Is Cool Again
Features  |  7/21/2011  | 
ERP itself is old news, but enhancing legacy applications with mobile, analytics, and social features can deliver substantial value.
CIO Profiles: Raymond Voelker Of The Progressive Group Of Insurance Companies
Features  |  7/21/2011  | 
This CIO sees a big opportunity in mobile technologies.
Doctor-Patient Conversation Not Just For The Office
Features  |  7/21/2011  | 
Patients say they want more electronic communications with their clinicians. Despite some obstacles, the momentum is growing.
Give Patients Complete Access To Their Data
Features  |  7/20/2011  | 
Speakers at InformationWeek Healthcare's IT Leadership Forum believe complete data access for patients and more wide-reaching health information exchanges are in your future.
What To Watch Out For
Features  |  7/20/2011  | 
In its guidelines on physician-patient electronic communications, the American Medical Association emphasizes that e-communications shouldn't replace the "crucial interpersonal contact" that's the basis of the patient-doctor relationship.
Doctor-Patient Conversation Not Just For The Office
Features  |  7/20/2011  | 
Patients say they want more electronic communications with their clinicians. Despite some obstacles, the momentum is growing.
Fetal Monitoring From Your Phone
Features  |  7/20/2011  | 
AirStrip Technologies took top honors in InformationWeek Healthcare's Mobile App Smackdown contest.
Give Patients Complete Access To Their Data
Features  |  7/20/2011  | 
Speakers at InformationWeek Healthcare's IT Leadership Forum believe complete data access for patients and more wide-reaching health information exchanges are in your future.
Parallel Memory Optimized
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
Multithreaded software requires an understanding of subtle aspects of memory access
CIO Profiles: Rick Peltz Of Marcus & Millichap Investment Services
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
This CIO is looking forward to connecting mobile computing with various forms of video communications to help the sales force.
The OS Mess: 5 Ways To Take Control
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
With operating systems from Microsoft, Apple, Google, RIM, HP, and more inside most companies, IT can't just hope it gets better.
.NET Apps Put To The Test
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
Code Contracts can improve code correctness By Dino Esposito
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's MDM Experience
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
CIO Jerry Johnson shares master data management pros, cons, and lessons learned.
Path To A Single Source Of Truth
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
Let business drivers, data volatility and project scope determine your approach and deployment style for master data management.
Mastering Master Data Management
Features  |  6/29/2011  | 
For the coveted "single view" of your customers, think MDM.
In Praise Of Small Code
Features  |  6/20/2011  | 
Keeping class size small--no more than fits on one screen--goes a long way to reducing complexity in code, which also leads to code that's easier to test.
Q&A: Ken Thompson, Creator Of Unix
Features  |  6/20/2011  | 
Ken Thompson, creator of Unix speaks with Dr. Dobbs on a wide variety of topics.
Building High Availability
Features  |  6/16/2011  | 
Small and midsize enterprises need to keep applications alive just as much as big enterprises. We've got tips to keep the roads running.
Building High Availability
Features  |  6/16/2011  | 
Small and midsize enterprises need to keep applications alive just as much as big enterprises. We've got tips to keep the roads running.
The Storage Problem You Can't Ignore
Features  |  6/15/2011  | 
Surrounded by data? Growing storage without end? Demands from users for fast access? Endless retention policies? Here's how to cope.
The Dreaded SLA: Expert Fix-It Advice
Features  |  6/15/2011  | 
Service-level agreements. We all get them, but do you believe in them, read them, negotiate them--or doubt they're worth the paper they're printed on?
Specialized Clouds Will Be A Tough Sell
Features  |  6/15/2011  | 
NYSE's cloud service for Wall Street firms is seen by some as the start of on-demand computing tailored to the needs of different industries. But NYSE might be the exception.
CIO Profiles: Galen M. Metz Of The Group Health Cooperative Of South Central Wisconsin
Features  |  6/15/2011  | 
This CIO is excited about the possibilities of data analytics.
Following Uncle Sam Into The Cloud
Features  |  6/15/2011  | 
Chris Poelker says enterprises should watch the feds' Cloud2 play.
FBI Recasts Sentinel As Model Of Agility
Features  |  6/9/2011  | 
The agency's CIO and CTO share the methodology they're using to hasten completion of its overdue case management system, so that other agencies can learn from their approach.
What Government IT Can Learn From The Private Sector
Features  |  6/9/2011  | 
Uncle Sam is turning to business for help closing the tech gap, improving customer service, and planning for what's next.
What Government IT Can Learn From The Private Sector
Features  |  6/9/2011  | 
Uncle Sam is getting advice from business to help close the tech gap, improve customer service, and plan for what's next.
Enterprise Social Networking Buyer's Guide
Features  |  6/2/2011  | 
These tools can improve collaboration and productivity, but only if employees use them. We provide guidance for picking the right product.
Why Collaboration Should Center Around Email
Features  |  6/2/2011  | 
Employees have more ways to communicate, but until the mishmash of tools gets integrated, productivity will suffer.
Enterprise Social Networking Buyer's Guide
Features  |  6/2/2011  | 
These tools can improve collaboration and productivity, but only if employees use them. We provide guidance for picking the right product.
Why Collaboration Should Center Around Email
Features  |  6/2/2011  | 
Employees have more ways to communicate, but until the mishmash of tools gets integrated, productivity will suffer.
CIO Profiles: Karl Salnoske Of GXS
Features  |  6/2/2011  | 
Intuition isn't all that counts when assessing client projects, Salnoske says.
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