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No Cloud is Perfect, So Be Prepared - Enterprise IT managers have to accept that cloud outages will occur, and have strategies to keep core systems running.

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How to Find the Right Fit in IT Hiring - When it comes to hiring IT professionals, technical skills are important, but don't overlook the culture match.

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Maritz IT's Journey: From Sinkhole to Full Business Partner - Gerry Imhoff knew things had to change, but it would need to be a culture change, not a new generation of technology.

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8 Business Benefits of Adopting DevOps - Embracing DevOps approaches can help organizations improve agility, increase revenues, lower costs, and become more competitive.

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How to Do DevOps in Old-School Organizations - The best approach to DevOps is one step at a time, and that is particularly true for a well-established enterprise.

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RightScale's State of Cloud: Cut Wasted Use - RightScale issued its sixth annual State of the Cloud report and found Docker a top DevOps tool, but concerns about 30% usage cloud waste.

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Six Tips for Extracting Big Data Insights - The CEO of advertising agency Hawthorne Direct offers some tips for marketers as well as the data and IT pros who have to support those marketing initiatives.

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3 Data Governance Challenges Today's Companies Face - Data governance policies are full of holes that can become expensive pitfalls. We explain some of the stumbling blocks.

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Cloudbleed: Final Damage Assessment Still Pending - Cloudflare CEO Prince has published a persuasive case that Cloudbleed hasn't caused any detectable damage. Let's go slow on that.

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The Hardest Part of Digitization: Cultural Change - Companies that fail to come up with a clear strategy and roadmap face the risk of being stranded in organizational inertia.
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