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CIO Dive provides news and original analysis on the latest happenings in IT. Our mission is to provide busy CIOs with a bird's-eye-view of the industry in 60 seconds. With a mobile-optimized daily email newsletter, website, and app, CIO Dive keeps you informed on the go. You'll get coverage of topic ...
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4 reasons why most data science projects fail
While data is a key component driving true digital transformation, too often companies approach data and analytics projects the wrong way. Read the guest article from James Roberts, chief data scientist at Quisitive, here.
How the airline industry can smooth IT turbulence through machine learning
Airline IT networks have to juggle many points of integration. Even a small interruption in service can lead to cascading delays. In response, many are looking at new ways to modernize the technology. Read the full story here.
How Redfin's CTO created an inclusive, diverse tech workforce
From being one of Redfin's first female engineers to acting as the CTO, Bridget Frey has a lot to say about diversity in the workforce. Read the full story here.
What CIOs need to know about containers
Given the mad dash toward digital transformation, container technology could play an increasingly important role in the enterprise by allowing companies to rapidly transform. Growing at a compound annual growth rate of 35%, researchers expect the market to reach more than $3.4 billion in 2021. Read the full story here.
Open source: The new normal in enterprise software
"You saw enterprise CIOs and CTOs move large portions of their workload off Windows and onto Linux. They did that largely to save money. But it showed that you can use open source [software] as a valid alternative to closed source — and it made senior decision makers think differently about OS." Read the full story here.
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Technobabble: Tech industries' obsession with small
Every day 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created, according to IBM's estimates. And 90% of the data in existence was created in the last two years. Read the full story here.
How 5 women in cybersecurity are approaching the industry gender gap
 A 2016 study from Women's Society of Cyberjutsu found 11% of the cybersecurity workforce are women. CIO Dive talked to five female industry leaders about their views on the cybersecurity gender gap and how they're working from the inside to improve it. Read the full story here.
Why an Amazon S3 outage is such a big deal
Having connection issues today? So was everyone else. Sailthru, One Medical, Quora, Business Insider, Expedia, Slack, Coursera, and Giphy were some the dozens of sites impacted by the Amazon S3 outage. Read our full brief here. 
Technobabble: The Oscar and the AI
Each year the Oscars gives statisticians, Big Data experts and artificial intelligence programs a chance to project the outcomes based on information from previous award ceremonies. If you look beyond the golden statues, you can find the data. Read the full story here.
We\'ve seen it before; technology develops and replaces human employees, leading to layoffs and worker displacement. As technology continues to advance, this cycle continues. Forrester recently predicted the net loss of 6% of U.S. jobs by 2021, which could impact more than 7.5 million workers. Read the full story:
A CIO\'s role in 2017: Keep the lights on while planning for the future. With the widespread use — and reliance on — technology, each corporate department can turn into an IT organization. That can leave CIOs in a lurch as they are no longer the sole purveyors of tech. Read More:
How one company stuck to its legacy system without employees to support itA large healthcare provider in the Midwest recently offered employees in one of its divisions early retirement. The good news was about 80% of the employees took advantage of the offer. The bad news was early retirement meant many of the personnel that knew how to maintain the company’s legacy mainframe infrastructure had just walked out the door. Read More:

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