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Exciting Times for Payments Professionals!

There can be no debating the fact that the past six months has seen more change in the payments world…

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Why Information is the New Currency

We live in a digital world. A testament to this new reality is the growing value of digital content. People…

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Digital-First Fridays: Information is the New Currency

We live in a digital world. A testament to this new reality is the growing value of digital content. People…

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Digital-First Fridays: What is a Digital Enterprise?

In my first post in this blog series, I examined how the speed of digital is disrupting market leaders, and…

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Where Cybersecurity and Mobility Meet—Digital Government 3.0

Used to be when someone said mobility we automatically thought phone. Well, that’s been changing fast, even in government. It’s…

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Compliance violations for faxing and Windows Server 2003 users

If your organization or users are still using Windows Server 2003 after July 14, 2015, be prepared for the consequences.…

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Exciting Times for Payments Professionals

There can be no debating the fact that the past six months has seen more change in the payments world…

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Expanding the Banking Universe with a Mobile-Only Play

Mobile phones continue to help break new ground in the world of Banking. A very interesting example is called Atom…

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Digital Government: Saving lives by focusing on people

It’s refreshing to see some of the lessons for government that the agility of smaller scale shared resources can offer.…

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Big Data Is Still a Game Changer, but the Game has Changed. Here’s How.

Not long ago, organizations bragged about the large volume of data in their databases. The implied message from IT leaders…

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8 Top Considerations for a Successful Cloud Partnership

As your organization embarks on creating a cloud strategy, there are many things to consider. What are the top benefits…

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Empowering Government with a Digital Agenda

Like private businesses, governments are driven by information. Consider the amount of information associated with a single citizen: a birth…

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Good Cloud. Bad Cloud. Why Cloud?

Confused about the cloud? You’re not alone. Adoption is projected to grow at double digits despite plentiful guidance on why…

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How Today’s Engineers are Embracing a Virtualized Digital First World

In today’s digital first world, companies face a continuous challenge to ensure that mission critical business information can be accessed…

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Data Driven Digest for May 1

Next Monday is Star Wars Day, and we’re getting a jumpstart on the holiday with today’s Data Driven Digest. Our…

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Wearables, Big Data, and Analytics in Healthcare

As wearable technology – including smartwatches, fitness trackers, and even clothing and shoes with integrated sensors – moves into the…

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More States Likely to Mandate Encryption of Data

Recently some very large healthcare data breaches have taken place; I mentioned a few of them on this blog. As…

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3 Questions: Adam Dennison Discusses Analytics for CIOs

Adam Dennison, senior vice president and publisher of CIO and IDG Enterprise’s events, boasts a 15-year career in technology publishing.…

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OpenText is Accelerating Healthcare Interoperability at HIMSS 15

We can’t wait to go to HIMSS 2015 in Chicago. As the event for technology and innovation in healthcare we…

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Information Security in the Digital Age [Podcast]

This is the first of what we hope to be many podcasts in which we explore the technology and culture…

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