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January 17, 2019

Enterprise Networking Mag Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Data security and privacy have always been a major concern for an organization and it seems to sustain in future as well.
Cloud hosting solutions can be highly effective as they provide on-premise security. It also has a security layer, much advance and continuously monitored by experts.
Network operators also don’t have any idea about the applications that are running on the network as the application and the infrastructure mostly have little to no interaction.
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CIO Viewpoint
Douglas Duncan, CIO, Columbia Insurance Group
The double negative of a weak team appetite for change and a slow moving organizational culture can be the recipe for stagnation. You will find it challenging to be the only cheerleader for what needs to be done.
Krish Mani, CIO, JELD-WEN
In the building or consumer industry, this is all about owning the consumer experience life cycle.
CXO Insights
By Rolland Kornblau, Director of Information Technology, El Rancho Unified School District
Proper planning, communication, and strong leadership are as important, if not more important, than the details of implementation.
By Pat Thompson, Vice President and Craig Culwell, Solutions Architect, CommScope
Latency is driven by the number of electronic conversions made – the number of hops the signal has to take to retrieve or transmit data. Each time a conversion is made, latency is added.