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Your Best Chance for Long-Term Employability as an I&O Professional

As an I&O professional, I would argue that your success is as much a function of your mindset and how you conduct yourself as it is your knowledge and ability to execute. How you engage with the leadership of the organization, how you communicate and what others think of the quality of your character matters as much as your knowledge, if not more so.

June 26, 2012 by David Johnson

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First ARM benchmarks: The race is on

This week, sandwiched between the annual Structure Big Data conference and the International Supercomputing show in Hamburg, Germany, ARM startup and HP partner Calxeda also found time to release the first well-documented x86 versus ARM benchmarks.

June 21, 2012 by Rich Fichera

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Microsoft Moves to Level the Cloud Platform Playing Field

In typical Microsoft fashion, they don't catch a new trend right with the first iteration but they keep at it and eventually strike the right tone and in more cases than not, get good enough. And often good enough wins. That seems the be the pattern playing out with Windows Azure, its cloud platform.

June 6, 2012 by James Staten

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C3PO Essential To Solve Hard IT Issues?

To stay relevant with the increasing pressures affecting your company, it’s essential that I&O pros address the hard IT issues relating to culture, customers, collaboration, process, and organization.

June 4, 2012 by John Rakowski

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