IT Management

IT Management

Windows 10

Stop helping me!

When Microsoft announced that Windows 10 would be a free upgrade to systems running Windows 7 and higher, individuals and companies alike smiled, albeit...
women-entrepreneurs

Cisco banking on women entrepreneurs

Creative urge, combined with frustration over the glass ceiling in many traditional businesses, has led many women to consider an alternate work path. Female...
HP Sprout Pro

HP grows Pro Sprout

What looks rather like a flat screen TV set with a desk lamp grafted on top has the potential to change life for creative...
Inside the Data

Inside the data: IT’s role in supporting innovation

  In October, 2015, InsightaaS worked with global research experts Techaisle to conduct a survey of 402 IT leaders, representing Canadian businesses of all sizes. The...
Intelligence Sharing

Serving the common good: intelligence sharing in an era of automation

  Vincent Weafer is a long term veteran of the IT industry and cyber security battleground. A former VP of Symantec’s security response unit, as...

SAS takes analytics into the network

When Dr. James Goodnight and his partners founded the SAS Institute in 1976 after running almost a decade as a successful academic project at...

FOCUS 15 trains lens on the Threat Detection Lifecycle

The proliferation of technology – and how we consume it – are having profound effects on our productivity, work styles and service delivery. But...

IA fighting the good fight against the dark forces

Enterprises are constantly faced with battling increasingly sophisticated attacks on their worldly data goods. But as cyber criminals get more sophisticated, IT professionals need...

First world problems

As we become more and more dependent on tech, keeping it powered becomes an increasing issue. I attend a lot of conferences, and masses...

The great communications divide

The saying goes that talk is cheap. But when it comes to managing an IT project, the wrong talk can mean considerable costs and...

Feeding the output machines

One thing that's kept inkjet printers out of the enterprise is the simple issue of ink. It's expensive, it's a pain in the neck...

Big Brother is watching

We tend to think of our phones and computers as personal devices. They live close to our bodies, and are privy to confidential information....

Collabmobilicloud at the extreme edge – The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things continues to gain momentum – at least in the opinion of countless market forecasters. Counting the number of devices that...

Productivity on the road

Business travel is not fun at the best of times. With airlines cramming too many bodies into too small seats, carry-on restrictions designed to...

Whither the PC in a mobile, cloud world?

What is the PC, and has its death, as Mark Twain put it when asked to comment on reports of his demise, “been greatly...

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