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Top Five Big Data Challenges for CIOs

In CIO/IT by Daniel Newman1 Comment

Big data is more than just a buzzword these days—but it can be both a massive opportunity and a huge problem for companies. Digital data collection has been a practice since the dawn of computing, but the exponential increase of information, in terms of smartphones, social, search and the IoT, have created a snowball effect when it comes to the …

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How the Healthcare Industry Must Evolve for Millennials and their Children

In CIO/IT by Shelly Kramer2 Comments

While the attitudes, preferences, and needs of the Millennial generation have definitely been high on the minds of the business sector in recent years, they probably haven’t registered too high up the list of priorities for the healthcare industry. In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, that’s something that needs to change. The oldest Millennials are now having their first children, …

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How Digital Transformation is Shifting Talent and Hiring

In Digital Transformation by Daniel Newman1 Comment

The digital age is constantly evolving, and mobile platforms have opened up new ways for us to connect, from anywhere, at any time. Mobile platforms are driving new levels of accessibility, allowing more and more people to tailor their work schedules to their liking. This has made us more attached to our devices—with information and our social circles constantly at …

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Wearables Are About Better Experiences, But Can They Stop Being Ugly? #MWC16

In Technology by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

It’s not that I don’t love the idea of better experiences. In fact, I love the idea. I’ve already given all of my privacy away by choosing application after application that undoubtedly hoards my data and sells it to the highest bidder. I am after all on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Slack and so many other “Free Applications.” But then …

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Samsung Knox May Be The Hero for Mobile Device Management

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. One of the big topics at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is cybersecurity, particularly as it relates to mobility. As the workforce becomes increasingly and more fluidly mobile, the challenge for IT departments, regardless of business size, is to provide the right mix of security …

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Digital to the Core: Human Experience Fuels Digital Transformation

In Digital Transformation by Daniel Newman1 Comment

Companies that stand out as digitally progressive aren’t necessarily technophiles or spendthrifts. In reality, technology accounts for only one (though important) part of the digital transformation equation. Every organization needs more than a 3D printer, a cloud solution, or a mobile device policy to truly transform—it needs to undergo an entire cultural shift. Digital Goals Vary Depending on Willingness to …

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How CIOs Become Invaluable In the Age of SaaS

In CIO/IT by Daniel Newman1 Comment

With SaaS picking up speed, you may have heard whispers about the future of the CIO. Will the role remain necessary? Will it still serve a critical function in the running of a business, especially when you factor in the emergence of “Everything” as a Service (XaaS)? The answers are yes, yes, and yes. CIOs are still the glue that …

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Does Mobility Allow Small Business to Compete for Global Talent?

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Small businesses struggle to compete with hiring incentives like the attractive salaries, benefits, and perks large businesses can offer. But mobility puts every mom and pop operation on the same level as Fortune 500 players—and in some ways gives them a leg up. With a global talent …