Canadian Olympians Owe Gold to Data Visualization
How do you train for the Olympics when your training facility is closed due to COVID? A data collection, analytics, and visualization project helped Canada keep its athletes safe as they got ready for the Tokyo summer games.
SAS Founders Call Off Sales Talks with Broadcom
Longtime analytics giant SAS briefly entertained the idea of being acquired by semiconductor giant Broadcom. Now that the talks are off, what's next for the 45-year-old enterprise stalwart?
How to Become an IT Industry Thought Leader
Many IT executives -- and prospective executives -- would like to share their knowledge and insights as industry thought leaders. Here's a look at what you need to know to get started.
Digital Transformation is Not Magic
Transformation must be a way of life, not a one-and-done IT migration. IT teams that actively pursue new technologies will future proof the business.
How to Retain Your IT Talent
Employee turnover is expensive, and it's a job seeker's market out there. Here's how to hang onto the talent you already have.
The CIO’s Role in Innovation
Innovation often comes from customer-driven feedback loops, but a CIO's organization can be the perfect "internal" testbed for innovation.
Green IT: Are We There Yet?
IT teams have long been trying to economize energy consumption in data centers, but they still have a way to go. Here are eight approaches that IT can use to further green initiatives.
Becoming a Self-Taught Cybersecurity Pro
Cybersecurity pros are in high demand. Here's how one system administrator developed his own personal online night school curriculum to gain the expertise for a successful security career.