The cover of Information Age’s April 2015 issues examines wearable technology's place in the workplace.
The cover star of Information Age's March 2015 issue is Charles Ewen, CIO at the UK's national weather service, the Met Office. For many, weather forecasting conjures up an image of a smiley broadcaster pointing to an animated screen.
When you use cloud computing, you access your company data and applications online anywhere and anytime. Cloud computing means that instead of IT being equipment and software you buy and own, it becomes a service – or a set of services – you for pay each month.
Modern working culture continues to shape business communications. Advanced cloud technology now allows you to be completely flexible and sets a new standard of responsiveness.
February 2015 marks Information Age’s first ever Women’s Issue, coinciding with the inaugural Women in IT Awards.
Navicent Health operates a designated Level I Trauma Center and one of 42 twice-designated Magnet® hospitals for nursing excellence nationwide.
Organizations continue to invest in established device and data protection products even though the effectiveness of many point and signature-based solutions is increasingly being called into question.
Advanced threats and targeted attacks have clearly proven their ability to penetrate standard security defenses and remain undetected for months while siphoning valuable data or carrying out destructive actions.
Welcome to the golden age of hacking. This is the reality that businesses operate in today.
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A is for Android, fragmentation is scary
B is for BYOD, you can’t control what they carry