IT Trends and Thought Leadership
By Sharon Fisher, October 09, 2014
It's fall and that means it's football season. How do you keep your staff’s fantasies from messing up the IT department’s reality?
By Sharon Fisher, October 20, 2016
One of the most popular data formats in the world, PDF, is due to be upgraded next year to PDF 2.0. Here are some of new features it is likely to include.
By Sharon Fisher, October 19, 2016
After an arduous procurement process, you thought you and your vendor would finallylive happily ever after. Then it got acquired. Now what do you do?
By Sharon Fisher, October 17, 2016
What was your first programming language? Whatever it was, it might have had a permanent effect on how you thought about programming ever after.
By Sharon Fisher, October 13, 2016
You can't give up now! Not after all the time and money you spent! The sunk cost fallacy and how to avoid being a victim of it.
By Sharon Fisher, October 12, 2016
Debating between SAAS vs. on-premises? Here are 8 factors you need to to take into consideration when making your decision.
By Sharon Fisher, October 10, 2016
Too many firms--including the government--rely on hardware and software almost old enough to retire. Here's why you need to look at legacy IT modernization.
By Sharon Fisher, October 06, 2016
Is Halloween a bad time for hacking incidents? Who knows? But there's never a bad time to make employees aware of cybersecurity. Enter NCSAM 2016.
By Sharon Fisher, October 05, 2016
Nobody wants to be replaced by a machine (or software). Here's the skills you need to keep your job when all around you people are losing theirs.
By Sharon Fisher, October 03, 2016
Even if you don't have any questions for archivists on Ask an Archivist Day 2016, you can still learn a lot about preserving and presenting information.
By Sharon Fisher, September 29, 2016
Using hyperspectral imaging, scientists have discovered that the Codex Selden is the first American palimpsest, or document written on recycled parchment.
By Sharon Fisher, September 28, 2016
Everyone talks about how important digital transformation is, but how do you do it? Here's some step-by-step guides on how to get there from here.
By Sharon Fisher, September 26, 2016
Increasingly, decisions are being made on the basis of computer algorithms, with no human judgment. At what point do we hold our algorithms accountable?