John Moore

John Moore has written on business and technology topics for more than 20 years. His areas of focus include mobile app development, health IT, cloud computing, government IT and distribution channels.

How cloud-based ERP can give your business a boost

University of Maryland takes next steps with virtualization

University of Maryland takes next steps with virtualization

With its storage and servers stabilized, the university is moving to the next level of virtualization. It’s readying a redundant off-site facility to protect its virtualized IT assets and plans to switch out its physical desktops for...

Business intelligence meets mobility at eHarmony

Business intelligence meets mobility at eHarmony

As online dating site eHarmony has expanded its mobile presence, it has also made good use of its business intelligence platform. This provides better visibility into what mobile users are doing and what services are better off being...

How end-to-end MDM leaves Rollins with one less pest to control

With the help of mobile device management vendor DMI, pest control company Rollins has moved its enterprise mobility strategies beyond simply disabling lost devices to offering its 5,000 business users a broader set of services.

Is it time to move your databases to the cloud?

Faster time to market increasingly drives firms of all sizes to move their databases to the cloud.

New Brunswick licks identity management with virtual directory

New Brunswick licks identity management with virtual directory

What started as a single provincial department's effort to roll out a virtual directory now helps government employees and citizens access about 150 applications. Find out how New Brunswick solved what could have otherwise been a big...

Managed cloud network helps law firm CIO boost video adoption

McKenna Long & Aldridge faced a multi-faceted communications challenge that threatened to impede the company's technology adoption and office expansion.

Managed Cloud Network Helps Law Firm CIO Boost Video Adoption

McKenna Long & Aldridge faced a multi-faceted communications challenge that threatened to impede the company's technology adoption and office expansion.

Business intelligence takes to cloud for small businesses

Long the purview of deep-pocketed enterprises, business intelligence software is increasingly making its way into small-and medium-sized businesses. These firms credit cloud technology, which tends to be both cheaper and easier to...

Business Intelligence Takes to Cloud for Small Businesses

Long the purview of deep-pocketed enterprises, business intelligence software is increasingly making its way into small-and medium-sized businesses. These firms credit cloud technology, which tends to be both cheaper and easier to...

CTO Says Cloud Services Earn Vote of International Election Monitoring Group

The National Democratic Institute has workers in 65 countries -- not all of them friendly. To support its growing global mission, and to improve efficiency without buying more hardware, the nonpartisan nonprofit has spent the last...

IT leaders pursue data center innovation to beat the heat

The perennial data center quest to beat the heat has sparked a wave of innovation in enterprise computing.

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