Blockchain – A New Small Business Paradigm

There are multiple new risk exposures that organizations will need to address before committing to any blockchain implementation. Small business owners and IT executives must ferret these exposures out and determine how they can achieve an…

Small Business Opportunity for 2015

Predictions for IT and the Global Economy The global economic headwinds seen in 2014 will extend though 2015 – i.e., slow or no growth around the world with few exceptions. The U.S. will be the leader of the slow…

Hey It’s Spring Time for IT Planning

Spring is the perfect time to look at your long-term strategic IT planning With winter ending and spring coming, it’s time to start planning for the future. Tactical planning is good for the day-to-day challenges and…

Healthcare.gov – An IT Teachable Moment

As a major IT system rollout Healthcare.gov should have included extensive testing to ensure proper functionality The failure of the healthcare.gov website boggles the imagination. Even today, the front-end shopping experience is…

Businesses Consider 3rd Party Datacenters

Many businesses are moving datacenters out of the house The underlying concept of the information technology (IT) datacenter has been gradually but steadily evolving, particularly over the last decade and-a-half as IT hardware and software…

For Small Business IT Is A Vital Agenda

A small business must keep up with changing IT technology to remain competitive Even though rapid technology change isn’t anything new (one can go back to the start of the industrial revolution to see how each…

IT As A Savings, Not Cost, Center

9 goals to help business owners build a cost efficient and effective IT infrastructure Many business owners believe IT is a cost center and treat it as such. However, it should be viewed as a savings center and budgets…

The Changing Face of Personal Computing

Personal computing, mobility, tablets, cloud, BYOD, smartphones and other technologies are altering the way people work. In my last column, I wrote about the changing definition of Personal Computing. The PC isn't going away.…

Quick – Which Is The Better IT Buy?

When server comparison-shopping the answer may surprise you. Many executives purchase equipment based on initial hardware purchase outlays rather than the total cost of ownership (TCO). This can be a fatal financial flaw. The premise of…

An Entrepreneur’s IT Right Hand

The Chief Information Officer Must Be A Risk-Taker Too This is the last part of a series on the entrepreneurial CEO from The Gartner Group. Don’t miss: Part 1: Risky Business and Part 2: Defining Victory The entrepreneurial chief…

15 Reasons it Makes Sense to Lease IT

Asset ownership can be a disadvantage, look at the value of leasing There has always been resistance in a number of IT organizations to equipment leasing. Business and IT executives frequently believe that their corporate financial…

The Best of Times

Innovative Technology Opens Doors to Entrepreneurs Editor's Note: This is the second in a three-part series based on an interview with Irving Wladawsky-Berger, former vice president of IBM, chairman emeritus of the IBM

IT Rescue

Let the Pros Handle Your Small Business Technology While most small-business owners depend on computer technology, many find it difficult to keep up with the constant churn of software, hardware, and Web application updates. You can't…

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