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News Scan: Sony breach takes hacking to a whole new level; Name-calling could be a key to your CIO survival; More

The top news stories for Dec. 19, 2014.

These simple security threats may be lurking in your office right now

When one thinks of enterprise security threats, terms like hackers, malware and large-scale data breaches all come to mind. But other, less obvious threats could be lurking in your organization too, writes Larry Ponemon in a recent post.

4 tips to get your IT project approved

Have a great new project that needs the management go-ahead? Experts offer a number of tips to help CIOs get the green light.

CIOs told to be more like the CFO; Organization aims to make New England a cybersecurity mecca: More

The top news stories for Dec. 17, 2014.

In the land of healthcare IT: How to organize all that data

Few industries have as much data as healthcare, and that data is expected to increase at a staggering rate of 48 percent a year--which means healthcare CIOs and their IT teams need to find good ways to organize and store that data, and fast. 

BYOD programs now a 'must-have', new study reveals

If your organization hasn't already implemented a bring-your-own-device program, it better do so soon, according to a recent study.   

Chief procurement officers rising as innovation leaders; IT pros want more money, but managers expect flat payrolls; More

The top news stories for Dec. 15, 2014.

Metropolitan Museum of Art CDO offers tips on taking your organization into the digital future

Vala Afshar, who is both a chief marketing officer and  Huffington Post  contributor, interviewed the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Chief Digital Officer, Sree Sreenivasan, to find out how companies can achieve digital transformation, step by step. 

News Scan: Dell, Yahoo announce new IT exec hires; Keep an eye on these Infosec trends next year; More

Top news for December 12, 2014.

Microsoft to share more about Windows 10 in coming weeks

Microsoft says it will hold an event on Jan. 21 next year to talk more about Windows 10.