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Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby reflects on the top tech trends for 2014 and 2015

2014 – Extreme mobility: Cisco [FierceMobileIT] Will cloud, security hires break the bank in 2015? ...

News Scan: Amazon launches Zocalo app for Android, iOS; Apple provides developers' kit for Apple Watch; more

improved and now handle uploads and downloads with greater efficiency," the blog notes. Read more. [More on Amazon: ARM chips lag Intel, says Amazon | Amazon's push into mobile payments could ...

CIOs unhappy with app development; US Mobile offers to unlock your phone;

shift team roles, process, technologies to put more time, attn, & budget to #innovation: @Forbes: ...

News Scan: Approaching 50, Moore's Law gets tougher with age; CSOs can teach CIOs to talk security to the board; More

Hart, vice president and CIO at Petwell Partners, was quoted as saying. (Read more on security risks: Confirmed: 2014 is the worst year ever for data breaches / Want more security money? Learn to communicate ...

Apple boosts global effort to attract mobile workers

with an Apple ID can log into the iCloud website and try out the productivity apps. For more:- read ...

Infographic: Enterprises struggle to close mobile app gap

a more mobile environment. Check out the full-size infographic here. Related Articles: Large disconnect ...

How to defend yourself from being doxxed

can be strengthened by using a non-trivial security question, and enabling two-factor authentication. ...

Mobile devices are weakest link in large enterprise security, survey finds

by increasing threats More organizations worry about mobile security breaches ...

Microsoft explains 11-hour Azure outage as critics find fault with its communications strategy

The downtime also affected Microsoft services that relied in part on Azure, such as Xbox Live and MSN.com. According to Microsoft, the outage was due to a bad performance update that was applied to Azure Storage. ...

Poaching picks up for IT talent; IT Hall of Fame seeks nominations;

Firm's 18,000 job cuts were driven by need to free up funds for new product development investment, executives say. >> Product needs, not profit, let to Microsoft layoffs (Computerworld) It's open season for poachers, and CIOs need to be on their guard against these practices to lure away ...