Worthwhile Reading
Despite growing risks, most organizations short-change security training, basics
While it’s perfectly understandable that every business has to operate on a specific budget, it’s very odd that, when the money gets tight, IT almost exclusively gets the short end of the stick.
Information Management, July 31, 2019
Rethinking IT: Tech Investments that Drive Business Growth
Making the right technology investments can double your growth rate compared to that of your less progressive peers, according to a new report from Accenture.
Information Week, October 3, 2019
5 tips for thriving in the digital era
Is your CEO ready for the future? IT executives share their advice for leading in the age of digital.

CIO, December 4, 2019
Learn to love legacy systems
'Traditional systems' serve a purpose, and they may be more important to your cloud computing future than you think

Infoworld, August 27, 2019

Healthcare plays catch-up on adopting disruptive technologies
Big data and data management solutions will provide the necessary tools to drive better decisions, and can also improve the efficiency, output and accuracy of nearly all medical operations/.
Information Management, April 25, 2019
10 Data and Analytics Trends for 2020
Data and analytics are permeating all parts of the digital enterprise. Here are the trends you need to watch in the years ahead.
Information Week, November 12, 2019
Robots will come for our jobs. Will we love them or loathe them?
Imagine your boss comes to your office and tells you that a junior colleague is better than you, and will replace you, leaving you jobless. Now imagine a similar scenario, except the boss says you’re being let go because a robot will take over your job.
Information Management, August 28, 2019
6 biggest healthcare security threats for 2020
Healthcare continues to be a popular target for ransomware, cryptomining, data theft, phishing, and insider threats.

CSO Online, September 11, 2019
Why do most HR analytics projects fail?
HR teams are under pressure to produce insights from employee data, but if they’re not clear about where that data comes from and why, they could end up alienating staff and cause projects to fail.
Personnel Today, July 25, 2019
When a Few Hundred Thousand Lives Depend on IT
Eversource Energy CIO Kathy Kountze shares her perspective on IT's role when weather knocks out heat and electricity for many thousands of New England neighbors.

Information Week, August 27, 2019