Through an eleventh-hour maneuver, the United States and the European Union last week avoided action that could have choked the movement of data between the regions and caused financial harm to U.S. companies.
2015 was a year of dramatic change in the IT environment. Here are some of the biggest stories of this year that could affect CIOs in 2016 and beyond.
Larry Harding, a Boston-based international tax expert with Radius, comments on Tyco International and Johnson Controls merger and how the companies would be able to take advantage of a tax-reduction strategy increasingly popular with American companies.
Emerging markets have been hit hard this year, undermined by falling commodity prices and the prospect that rising U.S. interest rates could lure investment funds away from developing economies.
Throughout his career, John Clancy was the growth person leading the charge on top line revenue for companies such as Connected Corp. and Iron Mountain Digital, opening offices in new locations and spearheading acquisitions. Clancy joined Radius during the 2014 merger of Nair & Co. and High Street Partners, of which he was president.