Contributor

Doug Bonderud

Freelance Writer

Doug Bonderud is an award-winning writer with expertise in technology and innovation. In addition to writing for Pivot Point, Security Intelligence, The Content Standard and Kaspersky, Doug also writes for companies such as McMurray/TMG and Straight North.

Articles by Doug Bonderud

Flexible Future? ERP Strategy for the Forward-Thinking Enterprise

By Doug Bonderud

The energy market is changing. Learn how firms can embrace a flexible ERP strategy to match the evolving conditions. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

April 10, 2017

Touchdown or Tripping Hazard? The ROI of Stadium Wi-Fi

By Doug Bonderud

Stadium owners can enhance ROI while building high-quality stadium Wi-Fi networks to keep fans entertained. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

April 7, 2017

Cloud Growth and Co-Location: The Newest Neutral Relationship

By Doug Bonderud

Cloud growth is driving a new trend in co-location: cloud neutrality. What's the impact for the market at large? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

March 29, 2017

Predictive IT: The Intersection of Information and IoT

By Doug Bonderud

IoT and big data may hold the key to more than just better decision-making: Predictive IT could be the next big benefit. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

March 22, 2017

IT Issues: Tackling the CIO Top Five

By Doug Bonderud

Here are the top five IT issues CIOs are facing and how they can tackle their challenges. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

March 17, 2017

Banking Transformation: How to Keep Pace Without Killing Profits

By Doug Bonderud

Banking transformation has finally come to the financial sector. How can companies keep pace without killing profits? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

March 2, 2017

Network Security Management: Handling Employee Expectation

By Doug Bonderud

Employees now have big expectations when it comes to corporate networks. How do companies ensure network security management doesn't suffer as a result? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

February 22, 2017

Global Sourcing: Offshore Outsourcing and Onshore Options Surge

By Doug Bonderud

The global sourcing market is shifting: Offshore openings are decreasing as onshore alternatives surge. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 30, 2017

Medical VR and IT: The Infrastructure of Innovation

By Doug Bonderud

Medical VR offers huge potential — but does broad adoption pose problems for IT infrastructure? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 23, 2017

Wireless Networking: Help or Hindrance for Health Care IT?

By Doug Bonderud

Wireless networking is now essential for hospitals and clinics. But is this shift a help or a hindrance for health care IT? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 18, 2017

2017 IT Conferences: What’s Back, What’s New, and What’s Worth The Trip?

By Doug Bonderud

The new year is here — and with it, there's a host of 2017 IT conferences to navigate, evaluate and attend. Here are a few of the highlights. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 13, 2017

NVMe: The New Face of Super-Speed Storage?

By Doug Bonderud

Storage has hit a bottleneck. Is NVMe the new solution for super-speed storage? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 6, 2017

Friend, Not Foe: Automation and the New IT Pro

By Doug Bonderud

Are machines on the cusp of "stealing" IT jobs? Do IT pros need to fear automation and IT, or is there room to work together with these smart services? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

December 30, 2016

The Global Office: IT Infrastructure and the Usability Gap

By Doug Bonderud

To enable a global office, enterprises need to prioritize the right IT infrastructure investments. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

November 10, 2016

Money20/20 Conference Recap: Infrastructure, Transformation and the Future of Digital Currency

By Doug Bonderud

This year's Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas provided a look at the next major tech trends expected to transform the financial industry. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

November 1, 2016

Is Self-Driving Technology a Collision Course With IT Security?

By Doug Bonderud

A recent survey found that more than 60 percent of respondents said they are "somewhat or very positive" about self-driving technology. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

October 12, 2016

Bridging the Infrastructure Gap: ITaaS and the Rise of Cloud Brokerage

By Doug Bonderud

For IT professionals, bridging the "infrastructure gap" created by cloud expectation and IT reality demands ITaaS and the rise of cloud brokerage. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

September 21, 2016

Business Risks and the New Resiliency: More Than Just Recovery?

By Doug Bonderud

Business risks are on the rise. In a world of always-on threats, here's a look at the evolution of business continuity efforts. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

September 19, 2016

Seeing Is Believing? The New Face of Visual Data

By Doug Bonderud

In the wake of a natural disaster, visual data is essential to first responders. Now, a team at MU is researching how to improve its availability. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

August 19, 2016

Crafting an IT Omnichannel Experience: The Case for Cognitive Computing?

By Doug Bonderud

There's a solid case here for crafting an IT omnichannel experience, one where service and support leverage process-driven intelligence. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

August 18, 2016

Playing Politics: The Rise of Adaptable CIOs

By Doug Bonderud

The new IT environment demands a socially capable, politically savvy, line-of-business executive: Welcome to the era of adaptable CIOs. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

August 2, 2016

From Hype to Hope: How to Handle the Unified Communications Market

By Doug Bonderud

The unified communications market is characterized by strong, sustained growth, and there are several benefits to the new technology. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

July 21, 2016

Beating the Data Heat: German Climate Computing Center Goes Super-Scale

By Doug Bonderud

The German Climate Computing Center offers organizations a way to leverage data centers for science and research. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

July 15, 2016

Disaster Recovery Planning: The Resiliency Requirement

By Doug Bonderud

Resilient disaster recovery planning isn't fire-and-forget — preparation and evolution are essential to an effective and timely response. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

June 1, 2016

Want a Better Mobile Banking System? Follow the Infrastructure Imperative

By Doug Bonderud

A streamlined, secure mobile banking system is now a must-have. However, exceeding expectations demand an improved infrastructure. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

May 19, 2016

Collapsible Clouds: Is Edge Computing the Future of IT?

By Doug Bonderud

The increasing use of cloud services coupled with big data volumes has led to a latency problem, which is why edge computing is gaining steam. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

May 2, 2016

Hyperconvergence and Hyperscale: Tech Trends Reach Warp Speed in 2016

By Doug Bonderud

Organizations still aren't sure exactly how hyperconvergence and hyperscale deployments will affect day-to-day network management. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

April 7, 2016

Improving Online Access to Health Data: Network Prescriptions for Better Patient Interaction

By Doug Bonderud

Health care providers need to consider what type of network will give patients safe online access to their health information. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

March 21, 2016

Shock and Ow: The Big Problem With Power Interruption

By Doug Bonderud

A power interruption can have major negative effects on your business, so it's important to have a response plan in place before disaster strikes. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

March 4, 2016

InterConnect 2016: Four Can’t-Miss Sessions

By Doug Bonderud

With so many choices and so little time, make it a priority to attend at least one of these four sessions at InterConnect 2016. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

February 8, 2016

Superlative SLA: Why ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough in a Disaster

By Doug Bonderud

When your organization has to deal with a disaster recovery operation, you're going to want a SLA that grants you the support you need. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

February 2, 2016

Software-Defined Networks: The New Federal Frontier?

By Doug Bonderud

Government agencies can benefit from the shift to software-defined networks if they adopt them properly. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 22, 2016

Going Under: Secure IT Environment Mines New Prospects in Norway

By Doug Bonderud

The data center scheduled to be opened in Norway's Lefdal Mine could represent the new, ideal model of a secure IT environment for backup storage. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 7, 2016

Technical Support: The New Business of Service

By Doug Bonderud

Technical support departments are tasked with addressing new issues and trends all the time, and it's changing how they operate. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

December 29, 2015

Chip-and-PIN: Solving Fraud or Shifting the Blame?

By Doug Bonderud

Chip-and-PIN cards are now more widespread in the U.S., but could their introduction be driving fraud out of brick-and-mortar stores to online channels? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

December 17, 2015

Holiday Retail Investment: Handling the Storage Clause

By Doug Bonderud

Preparing for the holiday rush means prioritizing your enterprise retail investment to maximize the capabilities of a data center. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

December 10, 2015

The Board of Directors and Business Resiliency: Starting From Scratch?

By Doug Bonderud

IT departments must make the business case for resiliency if they expect the board of directors to buy in. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

November 30, 2015

The Internet of Everything: Distinctive or Diversionary?

By Doug Bonderud

Are the Internet of Things and Internet of Everything one and the same? And is the IoE truly distinctive or just diversionary? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

November 16, 2015

The Enterprise Risk Management Priority List for 2016

By Doug Bonderud

According to Gartner, safety, privacy and resiliency should top enterprise risk management priorities in 2016 — how do you keep them at the forefront? Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

November 16, 2015

Business IT Solutions: Breaking the Budget?

By Doug Bonderud

Business IT solutions can be expensive, but there are ways to ease into the process that will save your organization money. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

November 5, 2015

With Data Breach Chances Rising, Load the Dice With Business Continuity

By Doug Bonderud

In the event of a data breach, your business can't afford to suffer massive downtime. Get back on your feet quickly with business continuity. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

October 29, 2015

Headed for Data Migration? Get Ready to Mitigate Risk

By Doug Bonderud

Data migration to the cloud presents real benefits — and some inherent risks. Consider these four real-world challenges and tips before moving. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

October 25, 2015

Choosing an MSP? Look for These Top 10 Traits

By Doug Bonderud

There are many considerations for enterprises choosing a new MSP. Here are the top 10 that should be on your radar as you look for the right fit. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

October 25, 2015