By Clark Golestani, EVP and CIO, Merck
By Julia Davis, CIO, Aflac
By Ari Bose, VP & CIO, Brocade
By LalitDhingra, President, NIIT Technologies Inc.
By Neil Brandmaier, CIO , Capital District Physicians’ Health Plan, Inc. (CDPHP)
The majority of my career has been spent working at large IT organizations with budgets of over $500 million.
By Elaine Mays, CIO, Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Data is not standardized and there is incomplete or inaccurate information making it difficult to make good business decisions. Well, this is how some organizations operate today.
By Bill Miller, CIO, EMS USA Inc.
It is no secret that dramatically lower oil prices have had a profound impact on IT departments in energy companies throughout the U.S. From sector giants to mid-market enterprises.
By Steven Langford, CIO, Beaverton School District
The move to cloud computing for K12 districts takes many forms and provides substantial benefits to the K12 enterprise.
By Jonathan Pearl, COO & CIO, STOPit
Building a new service based on cloud technology is one thing, but how do companies bring legacy technologies and legacy processes into the modern cloud era?
By Mark Kelly, CIO | VP of IT and Services, Curvature
IT Leaders are consistently reminded about the need for improved security of their IT assets.
By Gilad Raz, CIO, Varonis
When 100,000 U.S. taxpayers were the victims of identity theft at the IRS earlier this year, it seemed like just the latest in a long line of cases that constantly remind us: everyone’s at risk.
By Gary Quinn, President & CEO, FalconStor Software
Business requirements and technologies evolve, and today many data center professionals are adding, or considering, flash arrays and cloud storage for these changing needs and changing times.
By Gary R. Davis, CIO, Carroll County Public Schools
The early 1990’s were enormous growth years for instructional/educational technology in the K12 public education space.
By Alex Choy, EVP, Research and Development & CIO, Emdeon Inc
Latest technologies and amenities available are the acting forces behind stirring success, new opportunities and challenges in today’s industrial landscape.
By Larry Lang, CEO, PLUMgrid
To say that VMware is a fixture in traditional enterprise data center environments is probably an understatement. The $6 billion virtualization colossus forms the infrastructure backbone that sits beneath many legacy IT workloads.
By Ann Neidenbach, CIO, Convergex
U.S. stock markets may be essentially unchanged for the year, but that’s about the only thing in the brokerage business that hasn’t seen dramatic shifts in 2015.
By Walter A. Yosafat, CIO, Wyndham Worldwide
It is always a challenge to drive to commonality while delivering the needs of the business without impacting operations.
By Scott Crenshaw, SVP of Strategy, Rackspace
In today’s rapidly changing, instant-access world, organizations must be able to provide their customers with a Facebook-like experience in order to remain competitive and grow their businesses.
By Marc Naese, VP-Data Center Business, Panduit
Today’s business demands are putting a strain on both IT and facilities teams.
By Charles Karren, Senior Director, Oil and Gas Industry Strategy, Oracle
The oil and gas industry is again facing one of the most challenging periods in its history (and one that it has seen before in the mid-1980s as well as the late- 1990s)—a new low oil price environment.