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Microsoft Study Finds Everybody Wants DevOps But Culture is a Challenge

A new study sponsored by Microsoft finds that while everybody wants to adopt DevOps, the cultural barriers between developers and operations are way more of an obstacle to getting there than any shortcomings of technology.

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How Buffalo-Area Businesses Kept Things Going Despite the Weather

Seven feet of snow and then the threat of flooding has not taken down Buffalo tech companies' networks or spirits.

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7 great MOOCs for techies -- all free, starting soon!

To keep up in the world of high tech, IT pros must be constantly refining their existing skills and picking up new ones along the way. These seven free online courses can help.

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Hello World 3.0: Staffing Technology

Hiring, retaining and keeping skills fresh top the recently released list of Educause Top 10 IT Issues for 2015.

Enterprise IT Crosses the Chasm

Author Geoffrey Moore's book 'Crossing the Chasm' has been influential in the IT industry for more than two decades now. The theory was a good model for how most enterprise IT shops used to work. However, now enterprise IT is crossing...

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Driving IT Innovation at Textron

Diane Schwarz, CIO, takes a multi-level approach

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How to Cultivate a Strong Healthcare CIO-CMIO Relationship

In addition to the typical tugs of war with finance, marketing and operations departments, healthcare CIOs must meet the needs of physicians. That's why it pays for the CIO and the chief medical information officer -- often the...

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CIO Succession is a Double-Edge Sword

Two long-tenured CIOs announce their retirements

CA Clarity Now Reflects the Impact of IT Budget Changes

The story, "CA Clarity now reflects the impact of IT budget changes," posted Monday, incorrectly referred to the CA Clarity brand, which has been renamed. Changes made to the story on the wire follow.

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The IT Freelance Economy is Growing, But Not at Large Firms

The type of company you work for may have a lot to do with whether you're a full-time employee or a contract worker.

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The Art of Storytelling

Eash Sundaram, CIO of JetBlue, on transaction-free air travel

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Forecast 2015: IT Spending on an Upswing

As purse strings loosen up, CIOs blend innovation into 2015 IT budgets, but security and cost containment remain top priorities.

IT Learns to Trumpet Its Contributions to the Business

Under the leadership of CIO Kim Stevenson, Intel's IT team produces its own annual report, plus a mobile app full of multimedia content, to showcase tech plans and accomplishments.

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5 Tips for Transforming Enterprise IT Towers Into Cloud Services

With more cloud IT services in play, traditional IT has lost relevancy. Here are five tips for successfully transforming IT into a process-driven organization.

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You’ve Outsourced the Context and Kept the Core. Now What?

Kathy Kountze-Tatum, CIO of Northeast Utilities, on building a consultative IT organization

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From CIO to CEO

Geoff Scott, CEO of the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group, discusses his career transition

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The Coming War for Developers

The emergence of next-generation social, mobile, analytics and cloud technology has sparked a war for developers able to continue the fast pace of innovation. Enterprises that want to remain in business tomorrow would be wise to make...

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Women in IT: No Longer a Nice-to-Have

As pressure to diversify rachets up, companies are reaching out to lure women into IT. Here’s how to go about it.

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