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Security tech company employees are stingy in contributing to Presidential race

Other companies in the tech sector open their wallets to the candidates’ campaigns.

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Popularity of messaging apps continues to skyrocket

The market for dedicated mobile messaging apps may seem oversaturated these days, but demand for such services continues to grow. And there's no end in sight.

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Techies back Democrats in Presidential race

Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders received bulk of contributions from individuals who identified themselves as working for tech companies.

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LTE-U: A quick explainer

LTE-U is a wireless network technology that’s promising a lot, as well as ruffling a few feathers (especially in the Wi-Fi world). Here’s a brief rundown for the perplexed.

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Can smart stadiums help sports teams compete with TV?

Sports fans increasingly prefer watching games from home or at the bar rather than the stadium. Teams are tackling this trend by turning to big data and smart stadiums to make the in-stadium experience more compelling.

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Setting IT goals and making them matter

Veteran CIO Sue Kozik uses her results-oriented leadership to change the conversation in healthcare IT.

Where does SDN make sense? We ask Fidelity’s Director of Global Network Architecture

Carlos Matos has been following Software Defined Networking from the get go as one of the earliest members of the Open Networking Users Group (ONUG). We recently caught up with Matos to get his view on how companies are likely to...

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Changing the IT conversation at Pfizer

CIO Jeff Keisling has led a new era of IT-business collaboration at the pharmaceutical giant, leading to breakthroughs on multiple levels.

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Where Jeb Bush stands on cybersecurity

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The SDN network as a competitive advantage

While service providers such as AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon have long touted the capabilities of their networks, many of the large web scale providers are now openly disclosing their internally developed network designs.

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CIO says blockchain 'will heavily impact' financial services

Oliver Bussmann, CIO of UBS, says the blockchain technology underlying Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can pare transaction processing time from days to minutes. Under his leadership, UBS is building innovation centers where...

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CIO Quick Takes: 3 ways to visualize IT

Communicating the effectiveness of IT projects and the value of your IT strategy can be a time-consuming and even wordy proposition. That’s why these C-level IT leaders are taking a more eye-catching approach.


At what point do white hat hackers cross the ethical line?

If the intention is pure, does that make it ok?


Container Explainer

Containers are a hot topic, but what are they exactly? To understand what application container technology is, it’s helpful to look at how companies have hosted applications on servers in the past and how containers are bringing...

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DCHQ Releases Docker management product into GA with 35 enterprise users

Who said that startups are all about marketing and buzz and can't expect to actually have customers using their products? DCHQ pours scorn on that view with a product launch that already claims enterprise users.

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FIRST LOOK: LibreOffice 5.0 free and open source suite

LibreOffice 5.0 is here!The landmark 5.0 release of LibreOffice, generally considered the strongest FOSS alternative to Microsoft Office as a productivity suite, is officially out today. The new version packs a lot of visible and...

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Technology, the law, and you: BYOD

Companies are getting a lot more cautious about BYOD – and legal implications might be part of the reason why.

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How big banks use tech to attract savvy consumers

Large, established banks and financial institutions are moving away from physical branch locations and toward technologies such as mobile payments, wearables, social media and gamification to enable remote interactions.

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