By tag : Insight and Analysis

The need to improve long term quality care for patients is a main driver behind consolidations occurring in healthcare. It’s happening in multiple...
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Nicole Hill
There is a level of mastery in the IT departments of universities that aligns with the expertise and skill of a TOP CHEF. Just like those intrepid chefs, the CIO and team have to work with a diverse mix of factors to support the business strategy of the college.
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Neal Tilley
As I pointed out in my last blog, businesses are looking at and moving to “as-a-service” models so that they are no longer being held hostage by...
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Vicki Vaughn
We have known for a century, thanks to Einstein, that “matter” is energy (or at least can be converted to energy, and vice versa). A lesser known...
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Kevin Jennings
If you answered “no,” then maybe you haven’t really thought about it. Why would I make such a bold statement? After all, I’m telling you that you are...
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Vicki Vaughn
Today's network infrastructures are under attack. No, we're not talking about the very real problem of bad guys trying to hack into corporate systems...
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Tony Kontzer
Are you suffering from traditional IT infrastructure? It's a funny question, admittedly, but some of you are no doubt violently nodding your heads in...
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Tony Kontzer
Transformational. That’s is the word I would use to describe current business technology trends. Big Data, the Internet of Things, the cloud -...
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Ed Youngblood
“CIOs often do one or two significant transformation programs a quarter and you are doing 30 in 18 months! “ This conversation with my contacts at...
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Jacques Goudet
The dot-com crash brought about a lot of changes, including new ways of thinking about business technology. One innovative idea was to break up IT...
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Joseph Raccuglia