Sandra Gittlen

Contributing Writer

Sandra Gittlen is a freelance writer and editor in the greater Boston area. She covers a range of topics, including technology, business, healthcare, financial and lifestyle.

9 things your service provider wants you to know

9 things your service provider wants you to know

Enterprise IT can avoid some of the pitfalls in these tricky relationships by heeding advice from the providers themselves.

6 colleges turning out open source talent

6 colleges turning out open source talent

Most IT departments have project roadmaps that will require open-source skills, but finding recent college grads with open source talent can be challenging.

Technology that predicts your next security fail

Technology that predicts your next security fail

There's both art and science to predictive analytics in a security setting, early adopters say.

Revamping your insider threat program

Companies including MITRE are looking at privileged access and how to better lock it down -- without stopping employees from doing their jobs.

Revamping your insider threat program

Companies including MITRE are looking at privileged access and how to better lock it down -- without stopping employees from doing their jobs.

Revamping your insider threat program

Why it's important to do now, and factors to consider

Revamping your insider threat program

Revamping your insider threat program

Why it's important to do now, and factors to consider.

Revamping Your Insider Threat Program

Why it's important to do now, and factors to consider.

Whittle down application sprawl

Getting rid of old, unsecured, or unused software is not easy. Do it correctly, though, and you can save IT time and money

Whittle down application sprawl

When it comes to shutting down out-of-date, risky or unnecessary applications, James Gordon, vice president of technology and operations at Needham Bank, doesn't mess around.

Whittle down application sprawl

When it comes to shutting down out-of-date, risky or unnecessary applications, James Gordon, vice president of technology and operations at Needham Bank, doesn't mess around.

Whittle down application sprawl

Whittle down application sprawl

Getting rid of old, unsecured or unused software and services is not easy. Do it correctly, though, and you can save IT time and money.

10 Tips for mixing business with pleasure on your Android device
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10 Tips for mixing business with pleasure on your Android device

No one wants to carry around multiple devices, but using your personal devices for work raises a host of concerns.

5 apps to get your to-do list in order

5 apps to get your to-do list in order

Here are five good to-do list apps on the Google Play store that can help you get your act together.

Forecast 2014: Boost your mobile bandwidth

53% of IT executives surveyed said that they anticipate needing to add bandwidth to keep pace with the burgeoning use of both mobile devices and cloud-based systems.

Forecast 2014: Boost your mobile bandwidth

As IT executives watch the demands of mobile devices and cloud computing mercilessly hammer their wireless and wired networks, many anticipate needing to add bandwidth to their organization's infrastructures in 2014.

How to promote harmony between marketing and IT

Want to promote harmony between marketing and IT? Try these steps.

Why IT and marketing should go out for coffee (or something stronger)

Sophisticated marketing initiatives that rely heavily on analytics and back-end systems integration are inspiring IT and marketing pros to collaborate more closely.

Why IT and Marketing Should Go Out for Coffee (or Something Stronger)

Sophisticated marketing initiatives that rely heavily on analytics and back-end systems integration are inspiring IT and marketing pros to collaborate more closely.

How to Promote Harmony Between Marketing and IT

Want to promote harmony between marketing and IT? Try these steps.

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