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Data analytics: Eye-popping results from Intel, UPS and Express Scripts

These three top-tier businesses are reaping huge rewards from data analytics. Here's what your company might be missing out on. read more »

Some data centre operators take their chances with floods

Climate change is causing some IT leaders to consider relocating, or at least hardening, their facilities. read more »

Oracle Database 12c review: Finally, a true cloud database

Pluggable databases bring a new level of efficiency and ease to database consolidation, while a wealth of other new features address performance, availability, and more read more »

First look: Windows Server Blue beta shows compelling improvements

Storage, virtualization, management and other improvements make Windows Server 2012 R2 a must-have. read more »

The Grill: Raytheon CIO Rebecca Rhoads takes on new role with global reach

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IT on the edge: CIOs who (literally) keep the lights on

First-world tech leaders can learn a thing or two from the way CIOs in developing countries keep connectivity up and services flowing. read more »

Beginner's guide to R: Syntax quirks you'll want to know

Part 5 of our hands-on guide covers some R mysteries you'll need to understand. read more »

Beginner's guide to R: Get your data into R

In part 2 of our hands-on guide to the hot data-analysis environment, we provide some tips on how to import data in various formats, both local and on the Web. read more »

Glyn Moody misunderstands the software industry and software-related patents

The debate rages on read more »

IT to the rescue: Unraveling bureaucracy at the VA, one project at a time

How a small, fast SWAT team is improving performance at the Department of Veterans Affairs. read more »

Smacking SharePoint into shape

Shops often need to add functionality to the core software. read more »

Tech hotshots: The rise of the dataviz expert

Big data doesn't work if decision-makers can't absorb what it means. Enter the data visualization expert to sort it all out. read more »

IT on the fly: The art of quickly building, then dismantling

These CIOs know how to set up IT operations quickly. Here's what you can learn from people who work on the fly. read more »

How to prevent IT department overload

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IT's new concern: The personal cloud

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Block rogue apps with Windows Server -- for free

You can stop users from putting bad software on good machines. read more »

Free (with strings attached): Keeping track of open-source code

Open-source software is free, flexible and adaptable, but lax oversight can obliterate the benefits. Here's how IT is keeping track. read more »

Sizing up open source: Not so simple

Open-source software throws a wrench into traditional software evaluation criteria. Here's what to look for and what you'll be expected to contribute. read more »

Misconceptions about Software Patents; A USA Viewpoint

Martin Goetz was awarded the first software patent in the US and argues against Glyn Moody's view of how patents should be awarded read more »

Adobe's first CSO: Hosted services security is top priority

Strengthening internal infrastructure is another goal for new CSO Brad Arkin read more »


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