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Veteran of the Process Wars

Tokyo. I’m still in Tokyo. I wake up, rub the sleep from my eyes, and roll out of bed. As I rise I take a quick look at my watch for any new emails. 665 more words


State of the American Workforce, 2013

I’m a bit late on this one, but take a few minutes to read through this jaw-dropping report from Gallup in the US. It’s an overall review of the state of the workforce in the US in 2013. 291 more words

Enterprise IT

Now That It Owns Fusion-io, SanDisk Has Big Plans for the Enterprise

Its been about two months since the flash memory company SanDisk agreed to pay about $1.2 billion for Fusion-io, the company that was among the first to really push flash into the enterprise data center. 707 more words


Regarding the Importance of Quality, Trust, and Certifications

Last Thursday’s post directed you to the Red Hat Blog where we underscored why the operating system remains vitally important.  In this related companion piece we’re reminded why quality, a chain of trust, and certifications are integral to enterprise-grade products.  43 more words

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Oh, boo hoo. CISOs get no respect from their C-suite peers

What is it about the schadenfreude that infects the hallowed executive suite?

According to new research by ThreatTrack Security, a whopping 74 percent of 203 C-level bigwigs surveyed said that Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) should not get a seat at the big-boy table. 297 more words

Enterprise IT

How new data created new products in the second-quarter 2014

Enterprises have overwhelmingly committed to accelerating their transition to new technologies, with the goal in mind to free up IT investment dollars in order to create more strategic business-changing applications and to have more agility in implementing ongoing change.

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