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  • Overview
  • Cloud Computing
    • Featured Story

      5 Steps to Enterprise Cloud

      Consumerization of IT is sweeping the enterprise. Personal smartphones, tablets, laptops, social media and more are stealthily infiltrating companies worldwide.

      Now it’s widely assumed that the next technology to be “consumerized” will be cloud services. Many industry analysts now forecast that the consumer cloud — the kind of popular, low-cost service offered by Amazon, Rackspace and others — will be to cloud services what the iPhone was to mobile devices.

      From public to private to community, clouds come in different shapes and sizes. Lately, many organizations are turning to hybrid solutions that can be tailored to meet the needs of any enterprise.

      Many organizations — from global enterprises to small businesses — are now deploying and running production applications, and in some cases their entire business, on enterprise-grade clouds.

  • Big Data
    • Featured Story

      5 'Must Haves' for Every BI Dashboard

      The effective use of business intelligence (BI) can give companies a distinct advantage over their competitors. Delivering timely information to key decision makers can be accomplished via the deployment of a well-designed and well maintained BI dashboard.

      BI dashboards deliver numerous benefits to enterprises. Companies can achieve significant cost savings by adopting performance dashboards, because they allow for better decision making by giving management recent or even live information. Additionally, by consolidating disparate reports via a BI dashboard, companies save money by reducing or eliminating effort.

      Manufacturing is experiencing an unexpected renaissance, thanks to a number of trends that have caused companies to reconsider and redirect their production strategies.

  • Cybersecurity
    • Featured Story

      How Hospitals Can Immunize Against Hackers

      Cybercrime and data breaches are among the most commonly cited worries keeping healthcare CIOs awake at night. Recent surveys show that roughly three-quarters of healthcare organizations have suffered some kind of data breach or security incident in the past 12 months.

      Hospitals and other healthcare organizations need to broaden their focus on compliance and pursue a robust, integrated, enterprise-type approach to securing data and other key assets.

      New security information and event management tools can help detect cyberattacks and theft, even when other methods can’t.

      ‘Weapons-grade’ cyberattacks are on the rise, and the best defense goes beyond identity authentication and application containers — to trusted platforms.

  • Applications
    • Featured Story

      Taking the Best Path to Modernization

      Insurance products are relatively complex and labor intensive to administer, creating challenges for back-end systems and processes. Further, the insurance sector has undergone decades of mergers and acquisitions, leaving most major players saddled with complex application portfolios and aging legacy systems.

      Faced with increasing competition and demands from consumers and agents for online and mobile services, insurers are rethinking their organizations, processes and technology to tackle large-scale modernization programs.

      CSC is helping the world’s leading insurers find the best path — whether that involves replacing legacy systems or moving to a new operational model based on Business Process as a Service (BPaaS).

      Kmart is one of the world’s most recognizable retailers. In Australia and New Zealand, Kmart has grown to more than 190 stores. David Keil, the company’s IT GM, discusses how he manages growth with IT.

      Potholes. Broken streetlights. Blocked cycling paths. Nobody likes these kinds of roadway obstacles. In Belgium, residents are using a new app to report these and related street problems.

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