The Cutter Edge: Forecast for Security: Beware the Headwinds

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The Cutter Edge: Forecast for Security: Beware the Headwinds

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22 March 2016

Welcome to The Cutter Edge. In each free issue, you'll find research, insight, and advice crucial to helping you navigate the spectrum of challenges technology change brings.

 New from The Cutter Edge

Forecast for Security: Beware the Headwinds

by Paul Clermont, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium

There's tension between governments' efforts to improve national security and industry's efforts to improve system security. Although advanced research and development funded by governments under the rubric of national security will provide lots of private sector benefits. More ...

The Agile Floodgates Have Opened!

2016: The Year That Agile Explodes

by Carl Pritchard, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium

The year of new Agile practices is upon us, each with its own nuance, and each with its own subset of practitioners. The cracks in the walls have been there for several years but this will be the year the dam breaks, and everyone will begin to expect Agile to do everything. More ...

New Webinar: To Manage the Evolution of Architecture, or not ...

On April 6, join Roger Evernden as he discusses what's at stake for the architecture field and the role enterprise architects will play in its evolution. Register today!

Early Bird Deadline Approaching — March 31!

Register for Summit 2016 before 3/31/16 and save $500 using code SUMMITEARLY. OR bring a colleague for free when you register for two seats using coupon code BOGO2016. Find out more!

Start your digital transformation armed with thoughtful strategies!

Put the hype and hysteria of a digital transformation into perspective and take the path that fits your organization's needs. Consider all the issues – ORDER NOW and save 25%!

Call for Papers: Do Ethics Matter in Algorithm Design? Should they?

What are some of the social, technical and economic challenges in designing ethical algorithms? Share your insight with us for publication in an upcoming issue of Cutter IT Journal! Send us your article ideas by March 24!

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