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Ensuring that mobile applications are truly secure
WHITE PAPER: Riverbed
The CIO's New Guide to Design of Global IT Infrastructure
Is it possible to eliminate the impact of distance? This paper explores the 5 key principles successful CIOs are using to redesign IT infrastructure of any size. Learn how to be prepared to adapt your environment in a way that supports distributed employees, anytime anywhere collaboration and the need for business continuity during a disaster. Read now!
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WEBCAST: BMC Software
Unlock the Value of Cloud Computing with Workload Automation
Learn how to get the most from your cloud investment in our on-demand webinar from BMC and InformationWeek. You'll hear how integrating the cloud into your production workload brings critical business benefits. Learn More!
CIOs Don't Need to Be Business Leaders
How to innovate and tighten your belt simultaneously
RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: IT Roadmap Denver
IT Roadmap Denver: New Sessions
Including: Unified Communications and VOIP, Mobility Strategies, The New Enterprise Network in the Era of the Cloud, Risk Management, Applications Strategy, Reducing IT Cost and Increasing Efficiencies, Analyzing Your Customers for Business Intelligence, and more. So register now and get ready for an all new IT Roadmap in 2012: Click to continue
Panel: Future CIOs will have careers blending non-tech roles with traditional IT duties
WHITE PAPER: F5
Application Delivery Optimization
Fueled by users who are hyper-sensitive to delays in application delivery, organizations are seeking solutions that can help them root out and eliminate delivery latency. Application Delivery Optimization promises to improve application performance in the data center and beyond. Learn More!
Gartner: Don't trust cloud provider to protect your corporate assets
Windows 8 Update: Steve Ballmer's 80-inch Windows 8 tablet
Whose high-tech exec job hinges on the presidential election?
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