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Tuesday, October 19, 2010 19:10 PM

Cloud Computing: 5 Things No One Will Tell You

By Tony Kontzer A few months ago, I was hired to produce an array of case studies for a planned book on cloud computing. In the weeks since, I've interviewed companies throughout Europe and the U.S. on th....

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 16:09 PM

Wiretap My What?

By Tony Kontzer Whenever news headlines contain the phrase "Wiretap the Internet," the accompanying stories are guaranteed to provoke reaction. Such was the case with reports this week that the Obama Admi....

Friday, August 27, 2010 14:08 PM

CIO Exit Strategy: View From the Departure Lounge

By Tony Kontzer It's not often we tech journalists get to talk to a big-company CIO who appears to be on his way out. Most companies aren't usually eager to make those folks available for interviews. I rec....

Wednesday, August 11, 2010 14:08 PM

Virtualization As a State of Mind

By Tony Kontzer I've had a lot of IT folks over the years tell me that virtualization isn't just a technology; it's a state of mind. Well, after getting a tour this week of San Jose International Airport a....

Wednesday, July 28, 2010 16:07 PM

Jailbroken iPhones Could Mean Trouble For Enterprise IT

By Tony Kontzer The U.S. Copyright Office's decision this week to loosen a few provisions of the wrong-headed Digital Millenium Copyright Act has raised some interesting issues for those using (and managin....

Friday, July 23, 2010 15:07 PM

Get Your Mobility Mojo On

If your IT team is struggling with any of the many issues surrounding mobility in the enterprise, CTIA - The Wireless Association is aiming to help you this fall. After several years during which the organ....

Thursday, July 22, 2010 19:07 PM

Not Your Daddy's Disneyland

By Tony Kontzer My wife and I recently took our seven-month-old son to Disneyland, which is, admittedly, cause for an immediate psychiatric evaluation. In an effort to protect us (and baby) from utter exh....

Wednesday, July 14, 2010 17:07 PM

How Old Did You Say You Are?

Do you know how many different generations are currently employed in IT? Four. That's right, four distinct generations, each with its own work ethic and experience, all trying to collaborate in a fast-pace....

Friday, July 09, 2010 12:07 PM

Prep Now For Next Economic Downturn. Really?

By Susan Nunziata Having been raised by parents who were children during the Great Depression, having spent my own childhood in NYC during the worst years of the 1970s, and having had the pleasure of looki....

Wednesday, July 07, 2010 11:07 AM

Hello, I'm From The Future

By Susan Nunziata, Editor In Chief, CIO Insight This is the phrase an IT executive from Johnson & Johnson once shared with me. He longed to say "Hello, I'm from the future," as he traveled around the coun....

Friday, July 02, 2010 16:07 PM

Cloud Computing ROI Is Sky-High For One SMB

By Tony Kontzer As the IT world waits for the various forms of cloud computing to really take hold in large enterprises, stories of small businesses doing amazing things with the cloud continue to pour in....

Monday, June 28, 2010 15:06 PM

The Cloud Debate: Public Versus Private

By Tony Kontzer Salesforce.com's move last week to launch a legal counter-attack against Microsoft seems to signal that software's old and new guards are ready to spar over who will have the most sway ove....

Wednesday, June 23, 2010 09:06 AM

Killing the Internet

by Tony Kontzer If you aren't worried about the preservation of the Internet's frontier spirit, maybe you should be. The Internet--our Internet--is facing a fast-growing array of assaults that threaten to....

Monday, June 21, 2010 10:06 AM

BP Mismanages Data Flood

by Tony Kontzer Another gusher is giving BP headaches. For nearly two months, the nation has watched in horror as BP has flailed from one ineffective attempt to another in an effort to plug the Deepwater....

Monday, June 14, 2010 10:06 AM

Warming to the iPad

by Tony Kontzer Several months ago, I went out on a limb in predicting that Apple's iPad was a tweener device that didn't fill enough of a need to be an instrument of change. While I'm not prepared to giv....

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