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Smart Cities NY: A Mix of Civics, Big Data, Security
Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer
News
City officials meet technology innovators to pursue solutions that may improve life in urban centers as smart cities.
By Joao-Pierre S. Ruth Senior Writer, 5/17/2019
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CIOs Share Secrets of Innovative New Projects
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
Commentary
At Interop, three CIOs will share the details of their most innovative projects during keynote Lightning Talks. Then we'll dive deeper into their strategies with a moderated panel discussion.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 5/16/2019
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Detroit's IT Makeover, a Year Later
James M. Connolly, Editorial Director, InformationWeek and Network Computing
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Detroit CIO Beth Niblock and her IT team have been helping the city advance through the tech world that we call the 21st century.
By James M. Connolly Editorial Director, InformationWeek and Network Computing, 3/29/2019
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Trump White House Launches AI Initiative
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Artificial intelligence is the brains behind self-driving cars, cancer research, and more. Now the White House has created an initiative to foster this technology.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 2/12/2019
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Fighting for Digital Transformation in the Government Sector
Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer
Commentary
DevOps and digital transformation for government entities can mean addressing policy and security-driven roadblocks.
By Joao-Pierre S. Ruth Senior Writer, 2/5/2019
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Conquering Legacy IT: Top Projects in Detroit's Recovery
Susan Fogarty, Editor in Chief
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Detroit CIO Beth Niblock shares some highlights of her efforts rebuilding the city's crumbling and neglected IT infrastructure.
By Susan Fogarty Editor in Chief, 8/29/2018
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Donít Get Side-Tracked by Flashy Metrics, Success is in the People
Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek
Satire
Defining KPIs can be a whole different ballpark when youíre in public sector IT. But even if youíre not, the takeaway from these stories can easily be applied to the private sector: Focus on the impact, the people -- the customers -- and success will follow.
By Emily Johnson Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 5/22/2018
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Experts from Across the IT Spectrum Share Insights from Interop ITX
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[VIDEO] IT leaders and experts, including keynote speaker, Beth Niblock, CIO, City of Detroit, share highlights from their presentations at Interop ITX 2018 along with insights about the future of IT.
By InformationWeek , 5/15/2018
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11 IT Leaders and Experts Share Highlights from Interop ITX
Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek
Satire
[VIDEO] If you missed Interop ITX or would like to relive it, we have you covered. We've compiled 11 interviews with IT leaders and experts who attended and spoke at Interop ITX 2018, including keynote speakers Sam Ramji, VP Product Management, Google Cloud and Joe Barkai, Consultant, Speaker, Author and Blogger.
By Emily Johnson Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 5/15/2018
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How to Kickstart Digital Transformation: Government Edition
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
Satire
Private companies have conditioned us to expect instant response and services, so we expect that from government agencies, too. But government doesn't always have the same funding that private companies do. Here's how these enterprises are addressing their digital transformations.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 5/15/2018
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Workforce Analytics Move Beyond HR
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
Commentary
Workforce analytics have traditionally focused on HR's use of them when their value can actually have significant overall business impacts. Realizing this, more business leaders are demanding insights into workforce dynamics to unearth insights that weren't apparent before.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 5/14/2018
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Interop ITX Reflections: Expert Advice, Predictions, and More
James M. Connolly, Editorial Director, InformationWeek and Network Computing
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There was no shortage of expert advice and sage predictions as takeaways from last week's Interop ITX conference. Here are some examples.
By James M. Connolly Editorial Director, InformationWeek and Network Computing, 5/10/2018
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10 Leading Female CIOs
Cynthia Harvey, Freelance Journalist, InformationWeek
News
While women are still underrepresented in IT, quite a few of the world's largest organizations have female CIOs.
By Cynthia Harvey Freelance Journalist, InformationWeek, 5/8/2018
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The Transformation of Detroit's IT: From Win XP to EMail that Works
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
Satire
Beth Niblock moved to Detroit as CIO to transform the crumbling, antiquated IT operation and infrastructure. Here's what her team has accomplished in 4 years with the limited resources available to a city in bankruptcy.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 5/2/2018
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AI and Careers: Predicting Where The Jobs Will Be
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Experts agree that artificial intelligence and automation will impact jobs -- eliminating many and creating some, too. Here's what a group of experts had to say during a Congressional hearing about just how AI will impact tomorrow's workforce.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 4/30/2018
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Has IT Gone Packaged Software Crazy?
Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek
Satire
When it comes to software, why choose out-of-the-box plain vanilla when thereís a rainbow of other flavors that you can choose from and swirl together?
By Emily Johnson Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 4/26/2018
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A Cyber Breach Contingency Plan is Not Just the CIO's Responsibility
Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek
Satire
Ask any CIO and they'll likely tell you one of their greatest fears is a data breach, and rightfully so. Having a plan in place for when the worst does happen and knowing there's a team of people to back you up should relieve some of the anxiety.
By Emily Johnson Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 4/2/2018
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10 Women in Security You May Not Know But Should
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading
News
The first in a series of articles shining a spotlight on women who are quietly changing the game in cybersecurity.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 3/30/2018
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To Get Ahead in Tech, Treat Soft Skills Like Technical Skills
Emily Johnson, Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek
Satire
Despite the name, soft skills are actually really hard to master. Yet more and more, they're proving to be the attributes that give candidates an edge when looking for new roles and leadership positions.
By Emily Johnson Digital Content Editor, InformationWeek, 3/29/2018
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Fixing Hacks Has Deadly Impact on Hospitals
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading
News
A study from Vanderbilt University shows that remediating data breaches has a very real impact on mortality rates at hospitals.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 3/28/2018
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