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Computer models say that diversity helps companies

Differing groups of problem solvers — groups of people with distinct tools — consistently outperformed groups of the best and the brightest, Bloomberg View Columnist Justin Fox found in his research.

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Humana, Amgen to collaborate on data-backed care research

Initiative to use real-world evidence, supported by info from wearables, apps, says Laura Happe.

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Top cyber defense requires investments in both people and technology

Leading organizations embrace information security from the top down, and employees are given the right resources to defend against a breach and to respond when it happens, says Tim Francis.

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IRS spends $290M to bolster taxpayer data protection

The agency spent the extra funds to improve consumer service and cybersecurity and safeguard against identity theft, according to a new report.

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6 research centers to marshal data for pediatric cancer

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia heads initiative to use cloud platform to share findings.

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Neo-Nazis expose the Internet's big vulnerability

An obscure executive’s decision to shut down a white supremist website has rightly sparked a debate about how to govern the global computer network.

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Wells Fargo arms branch workers with tablets instead of scripts

Mary Mack, head of the firm's branch network, is arming some staff with new devices and telling them to help customers download the bank’s mobile app.

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Debunking the myths around agile development

The key barriers to adoption usually hinge around culture, including the inability to change, general resistance to that, and lack of management support.

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360 Cloud Solutions now offers Adaptive Insights

The NetSuite partner is building a service offering around the financial planning and analytics software.

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Automation seen as key to offset limited IT hiring power

The technology has emerged as the number one top new initiative planned this year among CIOs, who are looking to maintain efficiency and productivity despite restricted budgets.

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'This is how money should be': Digital asset pioneer Erik Voorhees

The early bitcoin adopter, founder of the crypto exchange ShapeShift, discusses a new acquisition, an experimental investment product and the future of his industry.

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Fiat Chrysler partners with BMW, Intel on self-driving autos

The coalition said it’s on track to put 40 autonomous test vehicles on the road by the end of 2017.

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Imagine data scientists with superpowers

With today’s predictive analytics software, in many cases analysts can advance from testing possibilities to probabilities, which is a more quantitative approach to assessing outcomes.

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Cisco outlook shows Robbins turnaround hasn’t spurred growth

The company still gets the biggest chunk of revenue from high-priced hardware and that’s a challenge during an industry shift toward cheaper, software-based networking.

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Data leaders on the move in August

Recent appointments to CDO, chief analytics officer and other data-related management roles.

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Four steps to achieving General Data Protection Regulation compliance

The critical areas that organizations need to address when mapping out their strategy, otherwise known as “The 4 Ps of GDPR,” are Policies, Procedures, Protocols and People.

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How AIG moved commercial claims to the cloud

Carrier partnered with Amazon Web Services and Deloitte to reduce spending and improve speed to market of new capablities, CIO explains.

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China's plan for world domination in AI isn't so crazy after all

Money is pouring in from investors, big internet companies and its government, driven by a belief that the technology can remake entire sectors of the economy, as well as national security.

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What organizations need to know about the Cybersecurity Executive Order

The latest mandate encourages greater sharing of data between public and private organizations, and establishes protections of privacy and liability for those sharing the information.

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Many organizations still stymied by global privacy and security rules

Only 9 percent of cybersecurity professionals surveyed say their organization is ready to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation, notes Michael Bruemmer.

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