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Director of Content & Community, Interop
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Drew is formerly editor of Network Computing and currently director of content and community for Interop.

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We're Not All Nerds Now

9/15/2014
Nerd culture is about exploring systems and pushing boundaries, not just being a gadget enthusiast. If you want to be a nerd, you have to do the work.

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Security Should Embrace Failure

11/26/2013
Security failures are inevitable in even the best-run organizations, but vendors and security pros alike have to pretend perfection is the only standard that matters. This doesn't help anyone.

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Databases A Top Target For E-Discovery

1/13/2010
A new survey shows that application databases were the number one target of discovery requests in 2009, displacing typical sources such as e-mail archives, file servers and laptops. If this trend continues, it means even bigger e-discovery headaches for IT.

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IT Owns E-Discovery

11/24/2009
Organizations are realizing technological expertise is just as essential as sharp legal analysis when it comes to e-discovery.

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The Future of Content Management

11/18/2009
From increased collaboration to business intelligence to better integration with applications, enterprise content management is evolving. Take our reader survey and let us know where you think ECM is heading.

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Wikis To Go

3/17/2009
PBwiki's new mobile edition lets employees access collaboration wikis from the iPhone and the BlackBerry.

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Vote For Your Favorite Startup

3/2/2009
This April, InformationWeek will unveil the Startup 50, the top tech companies shaking up IT. You can help decide which startups make the cut by voting for the most innovative, disruptive companies.

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