Contributor

Jacqueline Lee

Freelance Writer

Jacqueline Lee specializes in business and technology writing, drawing on over 10 years of experience in business, management and entrepreneurship. Currently, she blogs for HireVue and IBM, and her work on behalf of client brands has appeared in Huffington Post, Forbes, Entrepreneur and Inc. Magazine. In addition to writing, Jackie works as a social media manager and freelance editor. She's a member of the American Copy Editors Society and is completing a certificate in editing from the Poynter Institute.

Articles by Jacqueline Lee

Fintech Security for India’s Digital Payments Future

By Jacqueline Lee

Empowering your business to prep for CERT-Fin and other fintech security measures will help you get the most from digital payments in India. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

April 25, 2017

Data Center Optimization to Improve Energy Efficiency

By Jacqueline Lee

Data center optimization initiatives have slowed overall power consumption. Even so, most businesses can do more to optimize their data centers. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

April 21, 2017

Solar IT Helps Utilities Build a Sustainable Future

By Jacqueline Lee

Solar power production can be decentralized and unpredictable. Find out how solar IT can help utilities manage the challenges of going solar. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

April 19, 2017

One-Stop Support Strategy for the Open-Source Cloud

By Jacqueline Lee

No matter what lives in your Franken-cloud, the right technology support services partner can develop the one-stop support strategy you need. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

April 17, 2017

What Regulatory Compliance Requirements Are You Forgetting?

By Jacqueline Lee

No matter what industry you work in, regulatory compliance failures can lead to reputational damage, litigation and stiff financial penalties. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 28, 2017

Nine IoT Startups Making Waves

By Jacqueline Lee

Here are nine IoT startups to keep your eye on as the connected-devices market grows. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 27, 2017

NAS or Object: What’s the Best On-Premises Storage Solution?

By Jacqueline Lee

When it comes to on-premises storage, choosing between NAS or object storage gets confusing, especially as the features of both are starting to overlap. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 23, 2017

Video Streaming: Can Your Infrastructure Handle It?

By Jacqueline Lee

The lessons of Facebook Live can teach organizations of all sizes about on-site video streaming resources and content delivery networks. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 21, 2017

India’s New Cashless Economy Drives Digitization and Security Concerns

By Jacqueline Lee

Going cashless means acceleration of digitization and mobile payments in India, but it also brings new potential for cybersecurity threats. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 8, 2017

Who Keeps Retail Technology Up and Running?

By Jacqueline Lee

Today's in-store retail technology ecosystem has more components to troubleshoot than ever before. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

February 27, 2017

Live Streaming Data Brings Business Continuity Concerns to the CMO

By Jacqueline Lee

The more you're live streaming data, the more business continuity matters. Don't let downtime, lack of redundancy or poor planning get in your way. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

February 9, 2017

Use Demand Forecasting for Better IT Asset Management

By Jacqueline Lee

Using digital technology to foster workplace collaboration and enhance employee productivity is essential for innovation. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 30, 2017

Rapid Response Team: Why Every IT Department Needs One

By Jacqueline Lee

Your rapid response team members are the paramedics of your IT department: fast, highly trained, cool in a crisis and available 24/7. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 24, 2017

2017 Could Be the Year to Explore a Green Data Center

By Jacqueline Lee

Whether it's to take advantage of government incentives or to increase operational efficiency, businesses are investing in green data center power. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 11, 2017

Six SDN Technology Predictions for 2017

By Jacqueline Lee

SDN technology growth will remain slow but steady in 2017. Here are six different deployments and use cases that will dominate the enterprise. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 4, 2017

How to Weather a Retail Business Disruption due to Bad Conditions

By Jacqueline Lee

Retailers can weather business disruption this winter by using technology to anticipate inclement conditions and training employees to engage customers. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

December 7, 2016

Keeping the VPN Up and Running for a Remote Workforce

By Jacqueline Lee

Because a remote workforce will find workarounds whenever they can, it's up to you to keep the VPN running as quickly and smoothly as possible. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 18, 2016

Security Infrastructure: More Than Managing Risk

By Jacqueline Lee

Breaches pose ongoing risks to businesses, and ignoring security infrastructure can come back to haunt them at inconvenient times. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 11, 2016

Fake ‘Pokemon Go,’ Malicious ‘Minecraft’ Apps Spreading Malware to Enterprise Networks

By Jacqueline Lee

Apps spreading malware, especially knockoffs of popular consumer apps like "Minecraft PE" or "Pokemon Go," pose significant dangers to networks. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

October 11, 2016

Takeaways from DRJ Fall World: Business Continuity on a Flatter, Scarier Planet

By Jacqueline Lee

In addition to enjoying some tequila tasting and casual golf, DRJ Fall World BC/DR pros shared their biggest concerns related to the enterprise. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

September 23, 2016

Cyberthreat Hunting: When It’s Time to Go on the Offensive

By Jacqueline Lee

Cyber threat hunting uncovers emerging threats and shuts them down. It's time to take the initiative instead of waiting until businesses suffer damage. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

September 12, 2016

Education Technology: A CIO’s Perspective

By Jacqueline Lee

In 2016, universities will spend a total of $38.2B on education technology. University of Puget Sound CIO Jeremy Cucco talks trends in ed tech spending. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

August 30, 2016

Government Going Mobile: Balancing Flexibility and Security

By Jacqueline Lee

According to government IT leaders planning government going mobile initiatives, top considerations include infrastructure, user experience and security. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

August 1, 2016

EPA Climate Leadership Award Winner Says Pursuing Environmental Sustainability Is Good for Data Centers

By Jacqueline Lee

The IBM's Climate Leadership Award team says better equipment usage, cooling improvements and automated management systems can cut data center costs. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 29, 2016

Planning for Business Disruption in Higher Ed Can Save Money and Lives

By Jacqueline Lee

Planning for business disruption in higher ed decreases remediation time, ensures coordination during disasters and helps institutions save money. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 12, 2016

All Aboard: How to Minimize Downtime for Mass Transit With Business Continuity Management

By Jacqueline Lee

Proactive BCM, supported by distributed data centers and cloud backup options, can minimize downtime and boost the adoption of mass transit initiatives. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

June 21, 2016

Speed, Space or Flexible Infrastructure: Which Matters Most for Data Center Storage?

By Jacqueline Lee

Flexible infrastructure options such as software-defined storage can lower costs, boost speed and extract more capacity from existing resources. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

June 10, 2016

An Online Banking System Makes a Tempting Target for Cybercriminals

By Jacqueline Lee

Financial services organizations, including online banking system and telephone banking, account for 25 percent of all malicious security incidents. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

May 18, 2016

The CRO and the CISO: A Dynamic Duo Fighting Security Threats

By Jacqueline Lee

A solid, trusting partnership between the CRO and CISO, forged long before disaster strikes, forms a resilient shield against financial loss. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

April 19, 2016

Is a Backup Solution Enough for Energy Providers?

By Jacqueline Lee

A backup solution isn't enough to keep electricity, fuel or communications flowing when people and businesses need them most. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 23, 2016

The Military Needs a Modern Network Solution — SDN and NFV Can Help

By Jacqueline Lee

Software-defined networking and network function virtualization could give the armed forces the network solution capabilities it needs. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

March 10, 2016

What the Transportation Industry Can Teach Enterprises About Modern Networks

By Jacqueline Lee

If you're looking for proven solutions for modern networks within the enterprise, the transportation industry is a great place to start. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

February 24, 2016

Managed Federal Data Centers Deliver Government Anytime, Anywhere

By Jacqueline Lee

As the U.S. government closes federal data centers, managed data center providers with high availability and security standards will fill the gap. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 25, 2016

First Responders Deserve Reliable Real-Time Data

By Jacqueline Lee

Emergency personnel should choose a network provider with the resources, reach and seasoning to deliver real-time data during a crisis. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 20, 2016

Private Cloud Adoption: A New Year’s Resolution for Federal Agencies

By Jacqueline Lee

Private cloud offers performance and cost advantages for federal agencies. Approved vendors help them get the most from their cloud deployments. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

January 5, 2016

Don’t Let Old Man Winter Freeze Your Business Operations

By Jacqueline Lee

Failing to plan ahead to preserve your most important business operations could mean a frosty forecast for your bottom line. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

December 22, 2015

Your 2016 Wish List: Seven Gifts for the Discerning Data Center

By Jacqueline Lee

For both the large and small data center, here's a list of big wishes related to software-defined environments plus some extras that will make life easier. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

December 15, 2015

Cognitive Systems Like Watson Are the Future of Network Management

By Jacqueline Lee

Human demand for better and faster services has created incredible network demands. Cognitive systems hold the key to managing tomorrow's networks. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

December 11, 2015

When Speed Counts, Fiber-Optic Cable Delivers

By Jacqueline Lee

For organizations that live or die by the speed of their transactions, switching to fiber-optic cable delivers velocity, lower capex and low energy costs. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 30, 2015

Take Me Out to the Ballgame — But Only if There’s a Wireless Connection

By Jacqueline Lee

How do stadiums keep Wi-Fi free and open while maintaining a secure wireless connection? Find out how sports venues keep fans connected and secure. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 17, 2015

Data Recovery Is There When You Need It, but It’s Better Not to Need It

By Jacqueline Lee

Data recovery after disaster means slow restoration, lost productivity and heavy downtime costs. Learn how managed backups can solve these problems. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 11, 2015

It’s Complicated: Let’s Talk About Your Relationship With IT Management

By Jacqueline Lee

If your relationship with IT management is complicated, it's time to simplify. Outsourcing to a multivendor manager cuts costs and makes life easier. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 10, 2015

Data Center: The Next Generation

By Jacqueline Lee

So much is rapidly transforming in today's data center. Take a look at where the data center is going and where it has been. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

November 6, 2015

IT Resiliency: Chuck Norris Isn’t Coming to Save Your Data Center

By Jacqueline Lee

Even if your CEO has him on speed dial, Chuck Norris isn't coming to save your data center. It's your job to make IT resiliency a priority. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

October 25, 2015