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Infor’s future in the enterprise looks cloudy and bright

Charles Phillips, CEO of Infor, discusses the state of company’s cloud migration, the competitive landscape and why it prefers talking to line-of-business executives before selling to the CIO. He also discusses Infor’s big...

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Review: Alpha Anywhere aces offline mobile apps

Database-oriented rapid app development tool shines at creating Web and hybrid mobile apps that work offline.

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How to work out the kinks in the cloud

Large organizations are feeling the pressure to push ahead with software-defined data centers, even if they must build them using immature technologies.

SolidWorks talks about what’s next in 3D design

Simulation, parallel development, built-in collaboration and 3D printing help further streamline product development.

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How to secure Apple and Android mobile devices using 802.1X

Understanding all the 802.1X client settings can certainly help during deployment and support of an enterprise network.

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Silicon dinner table: Teaching entrepreneurship family style

Not everyone can grow up with a parent who launches new tech companies, but those who do have some lessons to share with the rest of us.

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How disaster recovery planning can save lives

After Hurricane Katrina left its mark on Louisiana, the CIO of LifeShare Blood Centers says the need a disaster recovery plan hit home.

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3 ways for CIOs to understand their company’s bottom line

Plenty of CIOs pay lip service to “aligning with the business,” but to truly succeed, they need a deep knowledge of how the company makes money.

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Building a private cloud, of sorts, with OwnCloud

You can decide which items you want shared with others, which devices you can access that data on and what apps you want to access that data. Linux know-how is a big plus.

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5 ways to prepare for Internet of Things security threats

Excitement over IoT benefits may soon give way to concern over the uncertain security outlook.

Book Review: Brain Gain: How innovative cities create job growth in an age of disruption

There’s a new book out that could serve you personally, and might save your community at the same time. It’s Brain Gain: How Innovative Cities Create Job Growth in an Age of Disruption (2014) by Robert Bell, John Jung, and Louis...

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Wanted for hire: Engineers with ideas of their own

Cambridge Consultants depends on the creativity of its engineers to solve problems for its clients.

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Incident response survival guide

Everything you you need to know to plan, detect, and successfully respond to data breaches.

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In threat assessment, the ‘who’ matters

Knowing who could come after you helps you prepare the appropriate defenses and response.

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Advice on choosing the right mix of learning opportunities for your team

Your strategic guide to VDI

Companies take bold steps into desktop virtualization as benefits begin to outweigh challenges

Enterprise mobility management

How to create an enterprise mobility management strategy that addresses increasingly powerful mobile devices, demanding users and complex security challenges.

Video collaboration: Mid-market takes center stage

Mature, affordable, and diverse software and services make now the time for smaller enterprises to adopt this technology

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