Leadership, Information Technology, Knowledge Management, Organizational Performance: How Are They Linked?

Introducing a New Model of that Guide Executive Action  One tool for executives to use when considering on lessoning the gaps between success and possible failure, is to implement information technology and become a change agent. Executives can contribute to overall organizational performance through implementing information technology to increase knowledge management performance and help close […]

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It’s time to ‘switch on’ your building

The key to levelling up a facilities management offering isn’t more buildings, it’s smarter ones. With new reports showing the rapid growth imminent for the global IoT energy grid management market, it’s unsurprising that energy management is on a lot of minds. Facilities management companies look after buildings – big and small. Residential and commercial. […]

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How to drive lower cost with Cloud

Many organizations are migrating to the cloud. That makes sense because the cloud offers greater elasticity and agility, new capabilities and the ability to pay as you go. Cloud adoption strategies frequently operate on the assumption that they will also lower costs. But when organizations move to the cloud, costs often increase because they now […]

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Threat hunting? You’re doing it wrong

According to the SANS 2018 Threat Hunting survey, 59.9% of the organizations that answered the survey said they have an active threat hunting program. This information surprised and disappointed me, because when I talk to security practitioners about how they run their threat hunting programs, I often hear answers that are not exactly hunting but […]

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