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Seven Ways to Jump-Start AI
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Artificial intelligence can offer competitive advantages, but itís not easy to drive success without understanding how to overcome the challenges.
By Harsh Dhundia, Director, Pace Harmon , 4/18/2019
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Tips for the Aftermath of a Cyberattack
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading
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Incident response demands technical expertise, but you can't fully recover without non-IT experts.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 4/17/2019
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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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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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How to Solve the Talent Shortage in Data Science
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Data science is reshaping the job market through fierce competition between companies for top talent. Filling the positions will mean converting candidates from other fields.
By Emilia Marius, BA/PM , 4/17/2019
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What the CIO's Role Says About Your Company
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
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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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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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How to Operationalize Your Machine Learning Projects
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
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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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Detroit's IT Makeover, a Year Later
James M. Connolly, Executive Managing Editor, InformationWeekEditor in Chief
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Detroit CIO Beth Niblock and her IT team have been helping the city advance through the tech world that we call the 21st century.
By James M. Connolly Executive Managing Editor, InformationWeekEditor in Chief, 3/29/2019
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Using Data and Analytics for Good
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
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Can data and analytics save the world? Here are several use cases of people and companies targeting real problems.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/29/2019
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How IT Roles are Changing
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
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Non-traditional IT roles continue to emerge with new business models and technology. Is your career on track?
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 3/26/2019
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4 Reasons Why Your Company Might Not Be Ready For DevOps
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Make DevOps the culture of your organization, driven by the CEO and a team of leaders with a clear understanding of the implications and outcomes.
By Bhanu Singh, Senior VP, OpsRamp , 3/26/2019
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Automation: How Can We Reskill the Workforce?
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The growing interest in automation in the enterprise highlights the need to place humans in jobs that are best suited for humans rather than machines, and a need for continuous training.
By Igor Makarov, president, Areti International Group , 3/25/2019
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At the RSA Conference: Oh, That Security Talent Crunch?
Steve Kovsky, Technology Journalist
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Keeping pace with the changes in IT security calls for new tactics in developing and acquiring security talent.
By Steve Kovsky Technology Journalist, 3/25/2019
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Biased AI Is Real; What Does that Mean for Women?
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We have a great opportunity to lay a better foundation for the future of AI if we encourage more women and people of diverse backgrounds to dive into data science and other AI fields.
By Sophie Searcy, Senior Data Scientist, Metis , 3/22/2019
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Who's Responsible When IT Goes Awry?
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
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Headline news just hit, customers are livid, lawsuits are imminent. Whom should be held responsible when an IT error disrupts business?
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 3/20/2019
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Lead with Purpose: Data, Analytics Cultural Challenges
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
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Analytics, and AI offer great potential, but concerns over privacy, AI replacing humans, and negative consequences have cast a pall. Now, lead with purpose.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/19/2019
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The Staying Power of Legacy Systems
Mary E. Shacklett, Mary E. Shacklett,  4/15/2019
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Q&A: Red Hat's Robert Kratky Discusses Essentials of Docs
Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer,  4/15/2019
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How Cloud Shifts Security Balance of Power to the Good Guys
Guest Commentary, Guest Commentary,  4/11/2019
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