Compared to most domains of IT, cyber security is a jungle of overlapping offerings. It is not easy to understand each product or how many products one might need.
The fact is no matter what the size of a company no amount of spending will provide complete safety.
A chapter excerpted from a book in progress called "Education of a CTO"
The fundamental structures of B2C and B2B commerce are changing and converging.
Given the need to justify decisions, vendor selection almost always becomes an endless exercise in analysis-paralysis.
One of the most important enduring challenges facing CITOs is making sure that the technology portfolio is aligned at all levels with the needs of the business.
Enterprise software has too often been inflicted on individual workers by management, who received little assistance from the products in doing their jobs.
Imagine that wherever you are, in the office or in a remote location, you have all the information that you need to do your job literally at your fingertips.
Are enterprise IT professionals, like automakers, just hammering pieces into place and ignoring underlying problems?
CITO Research managing editor Deb Cameron pointed out a data governance problem described in this Forbes.com article, Box Partners With Roambi To Attack The BI Market.