Posts Tagged: EMC13

Are You Prepared to Withstand Unplanned Downtime, Security Breaches and Data Loss?

EMC recently released the 2013 IT Trust Curve Global Study. EMC states, “The 2013 IT Trust Curve Global Study surveyed 3,200 respondents in 16 markets around the globe to assess their organizations’ IT maturity levels and ability to withstand and quickly recover from disruptive incidents such as unplanned downtime, security breaches and data loss.” I… Read more »

What Does it Take to Excel With Big Data?

Ever feel like there is data everywhere – yet not an insight to be found? It’s a common challenge facing organizations today, especially as organizations are flooded with information. The good news is that we are just getting started with big data, and innovations will continue to accelerate as regulations take hold, infrastructures are built,… Read more »

3 Ways to Reduce Waste, Fraud and Abuse

As more government agencies move to self-service and eliminate paper based transactions, agencies must place an emphasis of preventing waste, fraud and abuse. These efforts come when agencies are required to deliver increased services, at lower costs. In a time when the economy is slowly climbing out of a recession, increased pressures have been placed… Read more »

What’s the Role of the Chief Data Officer?

I recently read through a fascinating discussion on EMC’s Chuck’s Blog: Are Conditions Right For a “Chief Data Officer.” The blog derives quite a bit from an excerpt from a book, The Case for Chief Data Officer. The books authors, Peter Aiken and Michael Gorman, argue that c-level managers must be data savvy, and that… Read more »