Monthly Archives: February 2011

Managing Healthcare’s “Big Data Tsunami”

I came across Russell Garland’s story, “Social Media, Genomics Driving Data Tsunami” in WSJ’s Venture Capital Dispatch over the weekend as I was preparing for HIMSS 11, and I began to think about how many life sciences organizations are already on … Continue reading

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CIOs Should Embrace the Cloud-First Approach and Get Ready for the Enterprise of the Future

Given the guidance from our Federal CIO in the recently published Federal Cloud Computing Strategy, Federal agencies must examine cloud computing for reasons of IT agility and overall cost savings and embrace the Cloud-First policy.  This policy, along with other … Continue reading

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A Catalogue Approach to Cloud

I was pleasantly surprised to see this article “The Cloud CIO: A Tale of Two IT Futures,” appear in CIO Magazine about the tough decisions that the CIO of the future will have to make very soon – to outsource … Continue reading

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Information Security Isn’t a Destination, It’s a Process – A Perspective on Hackers Penetrating Nasdaq Computers

After reading the article in the WSJ about hackers penetrating Nasdaq computers a simple analogy came to mind that paints a clear picture of how things have changed.  While bank robber Willie Sutton never actually said the phrase, it has … Continue reading

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