There was a time, not very long ago, where it would have been hard for someone like Vala Afshar to find 10 CIOs, let alone 100, who were using social media to share insight and build their personal brand. As the CMO of Extreme Networks demonstrated on the Huffington Post
Canadian CSOs who are already struggling to fend off a multitude of IT security threats may soon face an even greater challenge: the possibility that organized crime and state-sponsored cyber-attackers will start working together, Cisco warned. In a briefing earlier this week to discuss the Cisco 2015 Annual Security Report,
At this point, I’m half-expecting Amazon to introduce its own word processor too. The world’s biggest online merchant -- and major public cloud provider -- surprised the industry on Wednesday by announcing it would be introducing Amazon WorkMail, an e-mail service aimed at business customers that will compete with Google’s
Is your organization preparing to migrate from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2? If so, you should know it’s critical that your migration team is up to speed on the new features of Windows Server 2012, in order to get the most out of the new operating system.
There’s a lot of items on a chief information officer’s plate these days but the issues that prevent them from sleeping easy can be boiled down to three things, according to a recent survey. Security, downtime and talent acquisition “weigh heaviest” on CIOs' minds, according to Sungard Availability Service, an