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How does the Heartbleed bug affect your business?

If you've followed the tech world in the last two weeks, chances are that you've heard of the Heartbleed bug. According to various sources since it was confirmed April 7, the bug is a massive threat that puts nearly every piece of personal information on the Web at risk...

source: By Ross Lancaster
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The 35th Anniversary SIM IT Trends Study is underway and more than 250 SIM members responded to date; but that's a far cry from last year's 650. The study is SIM's opportunity to be the voice of the industry, translating our members' countless years of experience and knowledge...

source: SIM

CIOs are often asked to quantify the value of technology investments, but the CIO of an East Coast company was caught off guard by one such recent request and whom it came from. "The marketing chief wanted to know if we should use...

source: SearchCIO

Charles Araujo writes: "It had been one of the most frustrating weeks of my life. We had been working with a very large manufacturing firm for quite some time. We had become their 'trusted advisors.' Or so we thought. Then we learned the CIO was bringing in a big management...

source: CIO Insight

Technology has become a lightning rod for criticism in an age of growing resistance to the complex, pervasive and often overwhelming nature of work. But Boston Consulting Group partners Yves Morieux and Peter Tollman argue in their new book, "Six Simple Rules," that technology...

source: The Wall Street Journal

Some Android apps thought to be vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug were spared because of a common coding error in the way they implemented their own native OpenSSL library. FireEye scanned 54,000 Android applications in Google's Play store on April 10 to see which ones are...

source: IDG News Service via CIO

Technology chiefs in the federal government say they struggle with their role within their departments and agencies. A bill passed in the House and pending in the Senate could give federal CIOs more authority, though.

source: CIO

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