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CIOs' confusion about AETs could cost their firms millions

CIOs are confusing advanced evasion techniques with advanced persistent threats, making their firms more vulnerable to both, according to a survey of 800 chief information officers by Vanson Bourne and McAfee.

Mobile ROI not persuasive for many CIOs

Enterprise mobility can be a serious investment, and a recent survey finds that many chief information officers just aren't convinced it's a good place to spend IT dollars.

CIOs should take back seat in mobile web strategy, most CMOs believe

Most chief marketing officers want complete control over their company's mobile web strategy, with chief information officers relegated to the sidelines, according to a survey of 300 C-level executives conducted by Vanson Bourne for Netbiscuits.

Data center infrastructure breaks big data analytics

While many organizations are quick to embrace the concept of big data, too few are able to use it successfully in the real world because too much information is still locked in silos.

Survey: Mobile IT tech could cut product pick-up, delivery times by close to one-third

The deployment of advanced mobile IT technology could cut product pick-up and delivery times by close to a third, according to a survey of 375 transport and logistics managers in six countries conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Intermec.

Survey: Enterprises that don't support BYOD are at competitive disadvantage

Around 70 percent of IT decision makers surveyed by Vanson Bourne--for Dell--believe BYOD can improve their work processes and productivity, while 59 percent believe they would be at a competitive disadvantage without BYOD.

Survey: Over half of UK corporate networks breached because of BYOD

Just over half of secure IT networks in the United Kingdom were breached last year as a result of employees using personal devices at work, according to a survey of 500 U.K. chief information officers by Virgin Media Business.

Citrix achieves 20 percent costs savings thanks to BYOD

Citrix said it has achieved a 20 percent cost savings in the three years since it introduced its bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program. As such, it is expanding the program. Citrix said it garnered