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Insider threats - How to manage staff exits

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Security

Insider threats - How to manage staff exits

Companies must address high-risk security behaviours within the workplace, and one area that requires particular attention is the management of staff exits

In the flurry of news reports of yet another high-profile brand being forced to admit its systems have been compromised, it is easy to…

By Julian Parker | 10 July 2014

The thick of IT

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Leadership

The thick of IT

PR and the CIO

Recent TV series have depicted PR as a foolish waste of time and money for organisations, but should CIOs consider employing their own…

By Dean Gurden | 10 July 2014

From private sector board member to NHS CIO

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CIO Career

From private sector board member to NHS CIO

For a CSU to survive and flourish, the result is clear demand on leadership experienced in both the NHS with critical injections of commercial acumen from the private sector

Making the transition from private to public sector has so far been a fascinating experience. I have been in position as CIO of the…

By Mark Dundon | 9 July 2014

Is Linux dead for the desktop?

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Enterprise Applications

Is Linux dead for the desktop?

Linux pops up everywhere these days, from household gadgets to the market-leading Android mobile OS. Everywhere, that is, but the desktop.

For executives in charge of desktop deployments in a large company, Linux OS was once hailed as a saviour for corporate end users. With…

By John Brandon | 8 July 2014

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