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  • As long as the workforce is human, IT security education will fall short

    Enough with training employees to be good security stewards, Niel Nickolaisen says. To err is human. He's putting his faith in behavior-based security and a few ironclad rules. Continue Reading

  • CIO: University-business partnerships help address skills shortage

    In this video, University of Wisconsin CIO Bruce Maas offers pointers on how to nurture university-business partnerships and how they can help address the security talent shortage. Continue Reading

  • The CIO's role in enterprise mobile application development

    Traditionally, enterprise mobile application development is not a skill that most IT departments look for when hiring. But that is changing quickly as more and more general business applications go mobile. In this SearchCIO handbook, we examine the latest enterprise mobile application development strategies to help businesses take advantage of this latest iteration of the mobile revolution. The articles look at enterprise mobile application development from a variety of viewpoints: We delve into the latest tactics used by business leaders to gain access to mobile app development skills, discuss who should take charge of the mobile app dev strategy and look at how augmented reality is fast becoming part of enterprises' mobile strategies. We hope this information helps your company achieve the bottom-line benefits of integrating mobile application development into business processes. Continue Reading

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  • High-level tools help Hadoop data lake go to school

    Moving relational data into Hadoop is not a slam dunk. To avert programming complexities, a major Texas school turned to commercial tools to stock the Hadoop data lake. Continue Reading

  • Perkins taps cloud for mobile bus stop app

    Cloud computing is helping Perkins School for the Blind deliver bus stop information to people with visual impairment -- today in Boston; tomorrow perhaps in a city near you. Continue Reading

  • Data center interconnect market: Enterprises, providers fuel growth

    The data center interconnect market is poised for significant growth, thanks to a number of factors altering the IT landscape -- including the growing use of cloud services, the massive proliferation of data, the increasing adoption of hyper-converged data center designs and the evolution of network traffic behavior. In fact, some analysts at Ovum Research predict data center interconnect market revenue will experience a compound annual growth rate of 10.5% over the next few years, reaching $4.2 billion by 2019.

    As long as information generation continues to increase -- a virtual inevitability -- organizations of all shapes and sizes will find themselves in need of faster, more reliable, higher-capacity connections. In this edition of Network Evolution, we examine how demand from both service providers and enterprises for speedy, scalable interconnect links are driving upgrades -- whether from 1 Gbps to 10 Gbps, or from 10 Gbps to 100 Gbps -- and moving the data center interconnect market forward.

    Also in this issue, we explore Cisco's recent updates to the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) written exam, and consider whether those changes will help keep the certification relevant in the era of cloud, the internet of things and programmable networks. IT pros on both sides of the CCIE fence weigh in on the ongoing debate. We also head back to the classroom to find out how American universities are tackling the question of software-defined networking education, and what that means for the network managers of tomorrow.

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