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SAP Survey Finds 1/3 of Firms Use Data in Making Decisions; James Fisher Comments

A global survey commissioned by SAP indicates that one-third of companies across different sectors use data to track market trends and identify new business prospects. SAP polled 743 business and information technology professionals worldwide and nearly 50 percent said that data is valuable for their companies’ decision-making process, SAP said …

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Oracle Survey Highlights Enterprises’ Mobility Goals, Challenges; Suhas Uliyar Comments

Oracle Corp. has released a new survey that indicates information technology executives want to further their mobile application and device development and spending over the next few years. CIO Strategic Marketing Services and Triangle Publishing Services performed the survey on 414 IT management executives worldwide from chief information officers to …

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Boston Consulting Group: Gov’t Online Service Users Report ‘Relatively High Satisfaction Levels’

The Boston Consulting Group has released a report indicating “relatively high satisfaction levels” globally among people using online government services in their country, following a survey of 12,450 digital service users, FierceGovernmentIT reported Wednesday. Dibya Sarkar writes that the respondents were from 12 countries and used 37 separate government services, with …

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Colin Lacey of Unisys: CIOs Eye Cloud Platforms to Store Data

Chief information officers and senior information technology executives continue to transition organizational data to cloud environments amid a growing security threat landscape, says Colin Lacey, vice president of data center and cloud transformation solutions and services at Unisys. “Security concerns are not stopping CIOs from making use of the cloud to …

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Greg Wenzel: Booz Allen Research Highlights Gov’t Role in C4ISR Design

A study from Booz Allen Hamilton and the Government Business Council recommends government and industry align their expectations in order to meet the requirements of defense acquisition programs. The Booz Allen-backed study polled 340 federal and defense leaders to assess their views on military procurement and potential reform in the process, …

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Philips Survey IDs Clinical Tech, Mobile as Major Purchases by Healthcare Orgs; Joe Frassica Comments

More than half of respondents to a Royal Philips survey of healthcare executives cited clinical devices and mobile technologies as among their major information technology investments targeted toward compliance. Interoperability, mobile connectivity and applications were also mentioned as items on the agendas of health IT executives in 2014, Philips said Monday. Fifty-nine …

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Accenture Surveys Federal Cloud Deployment Strategies; Annette Rippert Comments

Accenture Federal Services and the Government Business Council have jointly surveyed federal executives to evaluate their views and experiences on their agencies’ cloud implementation. The “The Road Ahead: 3 Years After Cloud First” report indicates that agencies face staffing and procurement processes amid increasing deployment of cloud services, Accenture said Thursday. …

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