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The CIO TODAY Network provides technology's top decision-makers with the inside track on strategies for purchasing enterprise hardware and software systems. CIO Today first debuted online in 2002, to serve the daily news needs of Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and other C-level executives interested in business technology. Since then, CIO Today has become one of the leading publications read each day by top technology decision-makers.

The network now includes four individual publications, each with a different focus:

While CIO Today targets C-level executives (as well as senior-level VPs, directors and managers), Top Tech News hits a broader audience of technology leaders, including I.T. buyers, influencers, early adopters, and power users, as well as other tech enthusiasts and business professionals.

Data Storage Today focuses specifically on hardware and software solutions for storing, managing and securing the huge mountains of data that businesses produce. Our other specialty publication, Mobile Tech Today, is all about mobility, wireless networks and wireless devices, like cell phones, smartphones, and laptop PCs.


Editorial Mission and Coverage

Our online publications provide daily news and information for I.T. and business decision-makers. We focus on providing straight-forward answers to the questions that decision-makers regard as most crucial when making enterprise-level purchasing decisions. And, just as importantly, we offer a glimpse into the future of the technologies marketed today, to help ensure that every purchase delivers long-lasting value.

CIO Today, Top Tech News, Mobile Tech Today and Data Storage Today are updated constantly to keep I.T. professionals well-informed. Our content includes original content as well as additional "can't-miss" articles from other leading publications, reprinted with permission through our syndication agreements. Some of the most popular topics we cover include:

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Network Security Spotlight
Heartbleed Could Cost Millions, Could Have Been Prevented
Early estimates of Heartbleed’s cost to enterprises are running in the millions. The reason: revoking all the SSL certificates the bug exposed will come at a very hefty price. Some say it all could have been avoided.
 
Michaels Says Nearly 3M Credit, Debit Cards Breached
Arts and crafts retail giant Michaels Stores has confirmed that a data breach at its POS terminals from May 2013 to Jan. 2014 may have exposed nearly 3 million customer credit and debit cards.
 
Google's Street View Software Unravels CAPTCHAs
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Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Vaio Fit 11A Battery Danger Forces Recall by Sony
Using a Sony Vaio Fit 11A laptop? It's time to send it back to Sony. In fact, Sony is encouraging people to stop using the laptop after several reports of its Panasonic battery overheating.
 
Continued Drop in Global PC Shipments Slows
Worldwide shipments of PCs fell during the first three months of the year, but the global slump in PC demand may be easing, with a considerable slowdown from last year's drops.
 
Google Glass Finds a Home in Medical Education, Practice
The innovative headpiece may find its niche in markets where hands-free access to data can be a big advantage. Glass experiments for doctors are already under way, with some promising results.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
Review: Siri-Like Cortana Fills Windows Phone Gap
With the new Cortana virtual assistant, Windows catches up with Apple's iOS and Google's Android in a major way, taking some of the best parts of Apple's and Google's virtual assistants, with new tools too.
 
With Galaxy S5, Samsung Proves Less Can Be More
Samsung has produced the most formidable rival yet to the iPhone 5s: the Galaxy S5. The device is the fifth edition of the company's successful line of Galaxy S smartphones, and shows less can be more.
 
Facebook Rolls Out Potentially Intrusive Location-Sharing
Looking for friends? Facebook users in the U.S. will soon be able to see which of their friends are nearby, using a smartphone's GPS. Could be a cool feature in some cases, or way too much information.
 

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