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In the February 2016 issue:
Transformation That's All About the Customer
The new re-engineering is endless -- just like customer demands. Smart companies are learning to please customers one at a time, all of the time.
Big Data to the Rescue
Humanitarian groups, including those that help refugees, are using big data to improve their response efforts.
Open Source: Career-Maker, or Wipeout?
Experts predict a wave of opportunities for IT pros who specialize in open source -- in five years or so.
Peter B. Nichol, an IT leader behind Connecticut's Health Insurance Exchange, talks strategy and believing in the impossible.
Security Manager's Journal
Compliance does not equal security.
As in-vehicle technologies evolve, automakers are opening R&D operations in Silicon Valley.
Preston Gralla say a proposed antiterrorism law threatens the Internet -- and the Constitution. Thornton May has the real story on the evolution of the CIO. Hint: the job was always strategic.
Read the latest exploits of hapless bosses and clueless users.
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