John Edwards

What is predictive analytics? Transforming data into future insights

7 ways to embrace shadow IT and win

7 ways to embrace shadow IT and win

Shining a light on shadow IT can reveal potentially useful and productive technologies. Here's how to meet employees' hidden needs — reliably and securely.

7 ways to bounce back from a career setback

7 ways to bounce back from a career setback

When the roof falls in on your current situation, it's time to roll up your sleeves and dig your way out to brighter prospects.

10 ways to improve IT performance (without killing morale)

10 ways to improve IT performance (without killing morale)

Pushing harder isn't necessarily the pathway to achieving stellar results. From monitoring for burnout to leveraging the latest management techniques, here’s how to keep your IT team humming.

5 steps to becoming a global IT leader

5 steps to becoming a global IT leader

International management success requires skill, respect and patience. Here’s your game plan for making the most of a global management opportunity.

20 ways to rekindle your passion for IT

20 ways to rekindle your passion for IT

When the flame driving your career flickers out, it's time to tap into a new energy source.

7 simple ways to fail at agile

7 simple ways to fail at agile

Creating and sustaining a successful agile program requires a strong commitment and careful planning. Yet ruining a functional agile initiative is remarkably easy.

Demystifying the dark science of data analytics

Demystifying the dark science of data analytics

Knowledge and planning transforms data analytics from a "dark science" into a mainstream business tool.

When to kill (and when to recover) a failed project

When to kill (and when to recover) a failed project

Admitting project failure is never easy, but sometimes the kill decision turns out to be the best decision. Here's how to know when to scrap and when to save a failing project.

Disaster recovery vs. security recovery plans: Why you need separate strategies

Disaster recovery vs. security recovery plans: Why you need separate strategies

Responding to a cyber security incident has its own unique objectives and requires its own recovery plan.

Make mine modular: The rise of prefab data centers

When John Campbell talks about Purdue University's soon-to-be implemented modular data center, he can hardly hide his enthusiasm.

Grow your data center with colocation

Brian Burch knew the moment had arrived. Two of his data center's key services -- availability and business continuity -- needed fast and dramatic improvement. Design and location limitations meant that his company's existing data...

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