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27 Mar 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [61651]
Vol 229 Issues 1, 2 and 3; Vol 228 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 227 Issue 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Darpa's Latest Idea Could Put Today's Turing-Era Computers At Risk
  • Has The Holy Grail Of Batteries Finally Arrived?
  • Everything You Wanted To Know About Google Data Centers
  • IoT Edge Computing Presents Next Big Challenge For Cloud
  • Towards A Lip-Reading Computer
  • Desktop Linux The Best It'S Ever Been-And Keeps Getting Better
  • 5 Habits Of Highly Successful CTOs
  • Augmented And Virtual Reality To See Aggressive Growth By 2021
  • Execs: Companies Too Slow To Adopt Emerging Tech
  • Raspberry Pi Becomes Third Best-Selling General Purpose Computer Of All Time

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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26 Mar 2017 Why Great Chief Data Officers Are Hard To Find [61661]
CSO Online, March 17th, 2017

Clint Boulton writes in CSO Online, "CEOs and boards are seeking chief data officers who are capable of using data analytics to transform their businesses, says Heidrick & Struggles, which has identified eight CDO archetypes to help companies find these purple squirrels...

Chief data officers (CDOs) are among the most highly sought-after executives among corporations for whom data analytics has become a cornerstone of digital strategies. But the rush to promote data-crunching experts to the CDO role has created a new challenge: Finding a leader who can use data to help drive a business transformation..."
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26 Mar 2017 Do Security Pros Need A Single Unifying Platform? (Slideshow) [61668]
CIO Insight, March 17th, 2017

"A new study finds that cyber-security professionals want to protect their data with a single unifying platform, rather using piecemeal tools," reports Karen A. Frenkel in CIO Insight.

"Despite making heavy investments in security tools, organizations suffer technical challenges in protecting their data. A majority of decision-makers expect to improve their ability to respond to breaches, lower the cost of legacy solutions, reduce exposure from breaches, and lower complexity with new integrated solutions, according to the study, "The Data Security Money Pit: Expense In Depth Hinders Maturity." Many products are designed to mitigate specific threats, but if they are used tactically rather than to support a strategy to improve data security overall, they can be costly and provide a false sense of security..."
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26 Mar 2017 Has The Holy Grail Of Batteries Finally Arrived? [61670]
CIO, March 14th, 2017

"Dramatic improvements in battery technology hold the key to our always connected world," writes Gary Eastwood in CIO. "There has been a lot of talk recently about how technologies like the Internet of Things and AI will change things for everyone. But while those changes are important, 2017 could also be the year where major advances in battery technology change our lives as well.

In fact, most of us deal with lithium-ion batteries more than we deal with AI or the Internet of Things. You probably remember the Samsung Galaxy Note debacle last year, where the phones exploded and set on fire precisely because of faulty batteries. Outside of cell phones, lithium-ion batteries are supposed to power electric cars and make renewables like solar and wind more reliable. The fact that Tesla has now spent more than $1 billion on its massive Nevada battery factory shows just how much leading tech companies are obsessed with batteries..."
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26 Mar 2017 DevOps Still Very Much A Work In Progress, Survey Suggests [61677]
CIO, March 17th, 2017

"Culture and complexity still keep developers and operations managers apart," opines Joe McKendrick in CIO. "DevOps is a great concept -- but many enterprises are still struggling to get out the starting gate with it.

That's the key takeaway from a recent survey of 2,045 IT managers and professionals, released by Quali, an IT automation solutions provider. While most people in enterprises would say at this point that they have DevOps underway in some shape or form, achieving agility is another story..."
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