CIO.com

  • !What the Supreme Court ruling on arbitration means for #MeToo
    The 2012 case of Ellen Pao versus Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers was a turning point in the tech industry. It opened the floodgates for more recent revelations about sexism, harassment, and assault in tech, such as those from Susan Fowler Rigetti.T…
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  • !What companies really want when hiring a CIO
    What are companies looking for when hiring a CIO? The answer varies depending on the organization and industry, but companies tend to look for certain common skills and experience when hiring for the role — at least according to CIO job postings.In…
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  • !CRM and GDPR: 8 points you may have missed
    We’ve all been hit with endless offers of GDPR webinars and product pitches, so I’m not going to repeat the stuff you can find there. But there are some big-picture points you might not have picked up yet, and they’re worth summarizing here.To…
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  • !What is a data scientist? A key data analytics role and a lucrative career
    What is a data scientist?Data scientists are responsible for discovering insights from massive amounts of structured and unstructured data to help shape or meet specific business needs and goals. The data scientist role is becoming increasingly impo…
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  • !BrandPost: SharePoint: Key Benefits and Migration Tips
    Your staff works remotely, moves from one client location to another, and uses various devices to get work done. To ensure that your staff can access the necessary content when and where they need it the most, many organizations adopt a Cloud-based c…
    - 18 hours ago 24 May 18, 8:23pm -

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  • !OpenStack in transition
    OpenStack is one of the most important and complex open-source projects you’ve never heard of. It’s a set of tools that allows large enterprises ranging from Comcast and PayPal to stock exchanges and telecom providers to run their own AWS-like c…
    - 17 hours ago 24 May 18, 9:42pm -
  • InVision design tool Studio gets an app store, asset store
    InVision, the startup that wants to be the operating system for designers, today introduced its app store and asset store within InVision Studio. In short, InVision Studio users now have access to some of their most-used apps and services from right…
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  • Box expands Zones to manage content in multiple regions
    When Box announced Zones a couple of years ago, it was providing a way for customers to store data outside the U.S., but there were some limits. Each customer could choose the U.S. and one additional zone. Customers wanted more flexibility, and today…
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  • Square brings its Stand for iPad tablets to the UK
    Square, the company that provides payments and other business services to merchants, is today taking another step in its gradual expansion outside of the U.S. Stand — one of Square’s key pieces of hardware, turning an iPad into a point of sale sy…
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  • Okta introduces ‘Sign in with Okta’ service
    Consider that there are millions of Okta users out there using the service to sign into their company applications with a single set of credentials. Yet getting customers to work together using Okta authentication was an enormous task for developers.…
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Enterprise Irregulars

  • The why, the what and the how of the HfS Digital OneOffice
    We’ve talked a lot about the HfS Digital OneOffice operating framework – it’s the HfS vision for the business operations endstate for digital organizations:   The Digital OneOffice is where teams function autonomously across front, middle…
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  • ServiceNow: Solid and uncertain — a company in transition
    ServiceNow is a fascinating company that has been a dramatic and very pleasant success for the past decade plus. It's now at a pivotal point in its history, and its the kind of pivot that gets it to its optimal goals or it just keeps moving along. Ca…
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  • Moving On: Tying Up The Loose Ends Of My Career
    It’s A Start! After several years of winding down my career gradually, I’m finally ready to pull the plug 100%.  May 21, 2018 will hereafter be known as my retirement date. I’ve had a really wonderful time, done my best to make a difference, a…
    - 3 days ago 22 May 18, 4:20pm -
  • Squeezing Out That Last 10%-20% Growth
    Once you have something in SaaS, somewhere on the path from $1m to $10m where you’re either on your way to Initial Scale or getting past it, you’ll often end up with a subtle choice: Should you go for the extra 10%-20% of growth a year? After a f…
    - 4 days ago 21 May 18, 5:01pm -
  • PowerPlex: Celebrating American Manufacturing
    I tend to take a lot of photos and talk a lot when I am invigorated by products, places or people. Two days in Detroit this week for Plex’s annual user conference yielded me over 200 photos and 50 conversations. That’s a lot of invigoration! Here…
    - 7 days ago 18 May 18, 5:15pm -

InfoQ

  • !The Three Habits of Highly Effective Product People
    Kent McDonald, agile practitioner acting mostly on the product field and co-author of the book “Stand Back and Deliver: Accelerating Business Agility”, gave recently a webinar in which he talked about several techniques to improve and being succe…
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  • !Article: Microservices and the Economics of Small Things
    In this article Mark Burgess explores the process of "decentralizing intent" and the effect it has on the predictability of our systems including what we can know as we scale systems. By Mark Burgess
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  • !Presentation: How Comcast Embraced Open
    Nithya Ruff, Shilla Saebi share tips on how to change an organization’s mindset towards embracing open source and inclusiveness, community building, and contributing upstream. By Nithya Ruff
    - 15 hours ago 24 May 18, 11:25pm -
  • !Rust Has Got Existential Types
    Version 1.26 of Rust adds support for existential types, improved match bindings, slice patterns, and some useful syntactic sugar. The Rust compiler has also become faster and supports 128 bit integers. By Sergio De Simone
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  • !Presentation: Ford Motor Company’s Cloud Native Reference Application
    Todd Hall discusses Ford’s PCF reference application and its role in describing a default set of patterns and practices for their teams. By Todd Hall
    - 17 hours ago 24 May 18, 9:15pm -

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  • !The fiction of ‘digital wellness’—and the truth of digital dependence
    I know I’m showing my age, but when I was a young whippersnapper, we were always being nagged not to watch so much of the so-called “boob tube.” Specifically, we were advised to read actual books (but not, heaven help us, comic books or Mad ma…
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  • !When being cloud-native is a bad idea
    It’s good to be cloud-native, or at least that’s what everyone is telling you. The idea is that you refactor (meaning partially recode) your applications to take advantage of the native features of the host cloud, such as its native APIs, storage…
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  • !IDG Contributor Network: When it comes to data, the interface matters as much as the information
    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect this week, and you might say it’s just a bit overexposed as far as headlines go. But amid all the hype, I find myself thinking about something that I see a lot of people forgetting: GD…
    - 19 hours ago 24 May 18, 7:16pm -
  • Azure cloud migration guide: The tools to move your datacenter
    Microsoft’s Azure cloud service has soared to become the No. 2 cloud provider behind Amazon Web Services, and although Microsoft will tell you it’s because of the breadth of Azure’s offerings, an undeniable appeal of the service is that it make…
    - 1 day ago 24 May 18, 10:00am -
  • Virtual assistants don’t need developers or AI
    Virtual assistants can go beyond playing music or buying things on Amazon. And they don’t need corps of developers or fancy artificial intelligence technology to do so.Business and society in general have moved a long way towards self-service. Most…
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