The top 10 Discover Performance articles of 2012

DP static banner.jpgIt’s the time of year for year-end wrap ups and top ten lists. In that spirit, we’re celebrating the end of 2012 with a look back at some of the most popular articles from our sister publication, the Discover Performance ezine.

 

What was most on our readers’ minds? Well, from the top 3 articles it’s easy to see that security and the challenges of securing a BYOD world were paramount concerns. Also in our top ten are topics like big data, SaaS, cloud and DevOps. Here they are, counting down to our No. 1 article for 2012.

 

10. CIOs must manage and lead for innovation

 

9. Cooking with DevOps

 

8. The business value of DevOps

 

7. Don’t play catch-up with mobility

 

6. Wanted: An easy on-ramp for Hadoop

 

5. Maximize your cloud agility

 

4. Strategic SaaS Sourcing & Proactive IT Best Practices

 

3. Don’t run scared—Run IT security like a business

 

2. 4 factors for stronger cloud security

 

1. 4 steps to securing the BYOD world

 

So, do these concerns resonate with you? Is there something you’d like to see more of? Let us know. And don’t forget to subscribe to Discover Performance to get more insights on IT strategy and performance delivered to your inbox.

 

See you in 2013!

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