Stories by Beth Schultz

Make BI business as usual

If 1-800-Flowers.com CIO Steve Bozzo had his druthers, even the online retailer's mailroom clerks would have access to business intelligence. "There's valuable information at every level of the organization," he says.

Weaving BI into the corporate fabric

If 1-800-Flowers.com CIO <a href="http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/343802/Stephen_Bozzo_senior_vice_president_and_CIO_1800Flowers.com">Steve Bozzo</a> had his druthers, even the online retailer's mailroom clerks would have access to business intelligence.

Staying ahead of cloud complexity

Managing cloud infrastructure and services is similar to traditional <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/topics/network-management.html">network management</a> - only bigger, badder and more complex.

Cloud storage a steep climb

It's been nearly five years to the day since Amazon introduced its groundbreaking Simple Storage Service -- or S3, as it's more commonly known. But despite that offering's track record, many enterprise IT executives still struggle with the notion of using cloud-based storage services to hold their corporate data.

10 cloud career skills

Cloud computing demands a mix of technology skills, negotiating skills, business acumen and people skills. Here are 10 key skills that can help boost your career into the clouds. 

Navigating the politics of storage

Like Facebook for employee use and iPhones in business,data storage policy is a topic that can be a political hot potato within corporate walls.

Data center derby heats up

Network thoroughbred Cisco jumps into the blade server market. Server stallion HP adds security blades to its ProCurve switches. IBM teams up with Brocade. Oracle buys Sun. And everybody courts that prize filly VMware.

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