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CIO Darrin Hackett says involvement of clinicians was a top agenda in the rollout.
‘The CIO can be an incredibly powerful position’ – the relentless pressures of the job are also opportunities to forge a great career and help the organisation outrank the competition.
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The New Zealand managing director of the enterprise mobility specialist started working in mobile telecommunications 20 years ago, when ‘there was no data beyond text messaging’.
The ongoing economic instability plaguing developed economies has impacted many vertical markets and the legal sector is no exception.
Protecting privacy was on the minds of almost all the dignitaries assembled in Hanover, Germany, on Sunday night to open this year's Cebit trade show, the theme of which is "datability," or big data with responsibility.
Julian Assange doesn't use the blustering rhetoric you might expect from the founder of the activist publishing group WikiLeaks. Assange is responsible for leaking documents that have changed America's political landscape-- State Department cables and Iraq War logs--yet to a South by Southwest audience on Saturday, he spoke quietly and matter-of-factly even when uttering the most inflammatory statements.
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Forbes came out with its list of billionaires and techies make an impressive showing on the list.
As Beth Jacob's resignation from Target shows, retail CIOs are culpable for security breaches even though they might not have the resources in-house to protect the company.
Consumerisation of IT
Microsoft's government security expert warns that there's no such thing as perfect security, so systems must be able to adapt and respond to attacks on unforeseen vulnerabilities.
SDNs have gone from concept to reality.
American workers don't get too worked up about lost or stolen mobile phones -- even if those phones contain company data. A large percentage think it's not their problem and don't change their security practices afterwards. Are CIOs partly to blame for not setting stricter and clearer mobile security policies?
One of the main reasons staff may want to leave an organisation is because of legacy green screen applications making their work life hard, according to a new global survey by Vanson Bourne.
Without updates after April 8 Windows XP is expected to fall prey to any number of zero-day attacks for which Microsoft will provide no defense, but there are some things die-hard XP users can do to make their machines safer.
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