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Leveraging the Data from IoT
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Mike Shemancik, CIO, ABT Power Management

There is a lot of hype and excitement about the “Internet of Things” and the promise it brings around collecting and triangulating data from whatever array of sensors and devices are applicable to your business. The technical and...

Fujitsu's all-new 1FINITY T600 blade, the optical transport solution is out!
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Fujitsu has launched 1FINITY T600 blade, which is expected to overtake the current network computations and technologies. Specially designed to fuel the high-speed requirements of the future generation, Fujitsu’s innovation provides high...

Agility & Stability Are Imperative-But Can Your Data Center Support Bimodal IT?
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Rajendran Avadaiappan, CIO, Aligned Energy

With heavy pressures on business to be innovative, agile, and quick-to-market, today’s CIO is as much focused on technology innovation as on installing, operating, and maintaining systems. After all, digital innovation is key for every...

Building Industry: You Dream It, We Make It!
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Krish Mani, CIO, JELD-WEN

Bridging the gap between technology and consumer experience We make windows and doors globally. The biggest technology challenge in the building industry is to help consumers experience virtually what they are buying for their home that is real...

Network Security: Critical System Defense
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Thomas P. Gresham, CISO, Port of San Diego

Prior to the Internet, Information Technology (IT) networks were self-contained and relatively free from cyberattacks. Now it is commonplace to read about data breaches, website defacement and system outages. All business supported by IT should be...

VoIP Phone System Brings Exquisite Communications Makeover to MANA Products
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

George Alexandrou, VP and CIO, Mana Products

Nowadays telephone technologies are in every aspect of our lives. The exponential growth of new information technologies during recent years has increased employees’ enthusiasm for improved communications and collaboration tools. Finding...

Creating a Tangible Impact through Collaboration
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Matt Schlabig, CIO, Worthington Industries

How would you describe the role of a CIO today? I spend less time today on technology and more time with our senior leaders understanding the needs of their business and how our team can drive positive business outcomes. Historical IT metrics...

Enhancing Life in the City: Transition from IT-focused Decision- Making to Data-Driven Decision-Making
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Scott Cardenas, CIO, City and County of Denver

1. How would you describe the role of a CIO today? The role of a CIO is multifaceted. In 2017, CIOs must continually be engaged with the business to create a partnership in order to deliver services from anywhere, at any time, and...

Improving Work Processes with Unified Communications
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Noel Wong, CIO & SVP, XO Communications

Unified Communication—Enabling Virtual Collaboration Unified communications (UC) is a set of technical solutions that allow individuals to collaborate with each other using a wide variety of electronic communication tools as a single...

What is CLOUD Doing to Our Networks?
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cxoinsights

Sam Schoelen, Chief Information Technology Officer, Continental Resources

Do you remember upgrading to a 56K modem? Do you recall how fast that seemed at the time? If you were like me I was going from a 14.4K up to a 56K then you may remember that. Oh yes, and I was hosting a BBS on it as well. "We have grown...

Software Defined Networks- A New Spine for IT
Enterprisenetworkingmag >> cioviewpoint

Scott Fenton, VP & CIO, Wind River

Trends in Software Defined Networking Today, we are seeing Software Defined Networking and Software Defined Data Centers appearing everywhere. This market worth 960 million dollars in 2015 is projected to reach 8 billion in 2018. The...