Julie Sartain

Julie Sartain

tech journalist

JD Sartain is a technology journalist from Boston. She writes for PCWorld, Network World, CIO, & several other tech magazines.

Articles by Julie Sartain

Feature

How a B2B company got its tech groove back

Upgrading a bunch of legacy systems meant winning back market share for an industrial supply company. Here are the lessons it learned.
July 16, 2015
How a Hybrid IT Cloud Service Helped Findly Reach New Heights
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How a Hybrid IT Cloud Service Helped Findly Reach New Heights

When social recruiting firm Findly acquired an on-demand talent communications company its client base doubled overnight. IT execs knew a serious infrastructure change was in order. Here’s how a hybrid cloud solution addressed Findly’s new needs.
February 18, 2015
How an MSP Can Help Your Company Get Its Groove Back
How-To

How an MSP Can Help Your Company Get Its Groove Back

Managed service providers (MSPs) are rapidly becoming the gold standard for outsourcing the day-to-day management responsibilities and operations of corporations worldwide, so the IT staff can focus on R&D, new products and better customer service.
January 26, 2015
How RMS Put Its Catastrophe Modeling Software in the Cloud
Feature

How RMS Put Its Catastrophe Modeling Software in the Cloud

After hosting its software on Amazon Web Services, risk management firm RMS decided to move to a private cloud. The decision paid off, largely because RMS got a little help from its friends.
October 27, 2014
Feature

Next-Generation Video Surveillance Comes to Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office protects one of the country's fastest-growing areas. Video surveillance systems in its jails couldn't keep up with the growth -- or the times. Find out why the department turned to fully integrated security controls and big data storage.
September 24, 2014
News Analysis

Health Apps Ready to Collect Your Vital Signs, Wellness Data

Samsung, WebMD, Apple and Google are all getting into the health application game. The aim is to help consumers see all their health and wellness data in one place – but will all that information be too much of a good thing?
July 15, 2014