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Articles for the keywords: Management
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 Ensuring That The Next Big Data Breach Isn't Yours [61667]
Information Management, March 17th, 2017

"Between the Yahoo Breach, the Bangladesh Bank heist, the Panama Papers and Dropbox password leaks, the past year has seen its fair share of major data breaches," notes Krishna Narayanaswamy in Information Management.

"These breaches have brought a harsh reality to light for IT: everybody and anybody is a target. With cloud adoption growing rapidly among enterprises, the possibility of a breach has become top of mind for the C-suite.

According to a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, almost 90 percent of businesses believe an increase in cloud usage will increase the probability of a data breach. As cyber criminals continue to develop complex methods to infiltrate organizations, corporate leaders need to be able to adapt and adopt more proactive deterrence strategies..."
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24 Mar 2017 Latest Project Management Trends to Watch Out For In 2017 [61774]
Customer Think, March 24th, 2017

"With the changing work culture across industries and technology growing by leaps and bounds, project management software has come a long way from pen and paper methodologies to the use of sophisticated software.

This evolution was only a smart move given that business practices and people's expectations are too have undergone a paradigm shift. The limited and outdated tools are best left behind. Every year businesses witness the emergence of new trends and 2017 is no exception.

Here is what can be expected from the project management domain this year:..."
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24 Mar 2017 Software-Defined Storage: Where It's Headed [61765]
Enterprise Storage Forum, March 24th, 2017

"While storage marketing and technology labels come and go, software-defined storage (SDS) continues to be used as the preferred term to define a trend towards data storage becoming independent of the underlying hardware. The term itself is somewhat loose but generally encompasses policy-based provisioning and data management in a hardware agnostic fashion.

Features such as pooling, automation or tiering, for example, may also be part of the mix. Some go as far as to consider anything cloud to be in the software-defined camp. But regardless of the various opinions on how to define it, there are some definite views on where software-defined storage is heading..."
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22 Mar 2017 Oracle Utilities Launches a New Asset Performance Management (APM) Solution in the Cloud [61812]
Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Cloud Service is the foundation that supports next generation APM

Oracle introduced Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Cloud Service, an innovation foundation for asset performance management. The new cloud offering enables utilities to make the necessary transition from reactive to proactive asset management strategies. Utilities can increase asset reliability by finding asset failures faster and performing predictive maintenance with integrated APM and analytics.

Asset reliability and performance is core to well-functioning electric, gas, and water utilities. An aging workforce, pressure from regulators, and scrutiny on cost reduction goals are driving the need to extend the life of existing assets.
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