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How to Operationalize Privacy and Data Governance for AI
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
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Enterprise approaches to data privacy and governance need a refresh when it comes to AI because things can go wrong at scale, fast.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 4/22/2019
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Corporate Responsibility: A Key to Weathering a Breach
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How a company handles a breach speaks directly to its character during one of the most high-profile times of its history.
By Joseph Perry, Director of Research, Cybrary , 4/22/2019
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Keys to a Successful IoT Deployment
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IoT is growing rapidly, but lingering connectivity, security, and data storage concerns will need to be resolved to guarantee its continued flourishing.
By Albert A. Ahdoot, Director of Business Development, Colocation America , 4/19/2019
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IT Education is Confusing, but It's Critical for Success
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
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Continuing education is critical for IT professionals, but where should they go to get it? There are so many choices and so little time.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 4/17/2019
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AI, Automation Job Trend to Reverse in 2020
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
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Artificial intelligence is adding value for many enterprise organizations, but getting it into production takes longer, costs more, and adds less value than many organizations are expecting.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 4/17/2019
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Why AI Isn't Gaining Traction in Your Enterprise
Andrew Froehlich, President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks
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For all the buzz about artificial intelligence and machine learning, there has been surprisingly little real progress with adoption in the enterprise.
By Andrew Froehlich President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks, 4/17/2019
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What the CIO's Role Says About Your Company
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
Commentary
The roles of chief information officers (CIOs) can vary significantly. Some are strategic business leaders, others are tactical implementers, some fall somewhere in between. What they do says a lot about your company.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 4/16/2019
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Winning at IT Salary Negotiations
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Here are five tactful but effective ways to boost your paycheck, whether as a new hire or existing IT employee.
By Hamilton Chan, Visiting Professor of Business & Technology and Director of Executive Education at Loyola Law School. , 4/16/2019
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The Staying Power of Legacy Systems
Mary E. Shacklett, Mary E. Shacklett
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Yes, there are good reasons for some companies to stick with their legacy systems, at least to a point.
By Mary E. Shacklett Mary E. Shacklett, 4/15/2019
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Ease Disaster Recovery Drama with Communication Plan
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You can do a lot to take the edge off people’s concerns, maintain the company’s reputation, and minimize any long-term damage when you put a plan in place.
By Brendan Caulfield, Server Central , 4/12/2019
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How Cloud Shifts Security Balance of Power to the Good Guys
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Cloud providers have the resources to fortify their data centers and hire armies of security pros, but they wield other powerful weapons to protect customer data.
By Barbara Darrow, senior director of communications, Oracle , 4/11/2019
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8 Challenges DevOps Faces Today
Cynthia Harvey, Contributor, NetworkComputing
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DevOps adoption is growing — and facing some growing pains, including a fair share of cultural issues.
By Cynthia Harvey Contributor, NetworkComputing, 4/11/2019
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Moving ERP to the Cloud in Seven Simple Steps
John Edwards, Technology Journalist & Author
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Transferring an entire ERP to the cloud is a massive and challenging task. Here's how to make the job easier and less risky.
By John Edwards Technology Journalist & Author, 4/10/2019
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When Automation Brings Efficiency to CRM
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With repetitive manual data entry proving a pain point for staff members, workplaces must act to ensure their teams stay motivated. Could automation be the answer?
By Mark Hill, Chief Information Officer, Washington Frank , 4/10/2019
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6 Digitization Trends Coming From AI and Blockchain
Kayla Matthews, Technology Writer
Commentary
By themselves and working together, AI and blockchain are shaping the future of business.
By Kayla Matthews Technology Writer, 4/9/2019
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A Good Workflow to Avoid Bad Data
Pierre DeBois, Founder, Zimana
Commentary
Data is important, yet processing data sometimes can make teams feel like they're chasing their own tails to unlock its value.
By Pierre DeBois Founder, Zimana, 4/8/2019
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Secure Your Migration to the Cloud
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Five best practices for ensuring that your cloud strategy keeps things safe and secure.
By Gary Miglicco and Doug Martin, PCM , 4/3/2019
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How to Operationalize Your Machine Learning Projects
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Operationalizing those data science, analytics, and machine learning projects is one of the top concerns of IT leaders. But the same tried-and-true best practices you've used for other IT projects can guide you on these new technologies, too.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 4/3/2019
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Security: Why Education will Never be Enough
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After more than a decade of trying to educate users, IT security professionals still aren't getting their message through.
By François Amigorena, founder and CEO, IS Decisions , 4/3/2019
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Could a Social Media Exodus Mean a Return to the Open Web?
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Consider why reverting to an open Web might not be such a bad thing.
By Dries Buytaert, founder of Drupal and CTO of Acquia , 4/2/2019
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How Cloud Shifts Security Balance of Power to the Good Guys
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