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Ten Simple Ways to Engage Your Employees

Nearly seven out of 10 workers are disengaged at work–with more than 17 percent describing themselves as “actively disengaged.” Low levels of employee engagement translate directly to... Continue »
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Big Data Puts a Strain on Existing Data Centers

CIOs must make the important decision of whether to build a new data center, lease from a provider or renovate an existing facility. Continue »
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11 Admirable Qualities of an Open Organization

Businesses often proclaim themselves as being transparent, but what characteristics make for a truly open organization? In the recent book, “The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance”... Continue »
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Navigating the Art and Science of Cloud Computing

Implementing a cloud system in the enterprise is a complex undertaking, particularly when it comes to data migration, workflows and security issues. Continue »
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What IT Seeks From Automated Customer Systems

Businesses are increasingly turning to IT to find out more about their customers. As a result, the majority of CIOs and their tech teams are deploying card-scanning systems to automate consumer information capture,... Continue »
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A Digital Sign of the Times

The digital signage market hit $14.63 billion in 2014, and CIOs must tune into this trend and ensure that digital messaging and signage systems deliver results. Continue »

IT NEWS & TRENDS

 

Onsite Visit Is a Key Step to Outsourcing Services

CIOs often find little value in their due diligence visits because they typically perform due diligence after they have already selected a supplier. More »

CIOs Face the Growing Risk of Digital Data Loss

Data protection is a serious concern, but a new report finds that many business and IT leaders are focused on the wrong issues. More »

Tech Budgets and Staffing Are in Transition

While overall IT budgets are going up, they account for noticeably less of organizations' total revenues compared with three years ago, according to a recent survey from the Global Institute for IT Management. In addition, findings reveal that... More »

Disruption Is the New Normal

Attempting to apply old-school approaches and invoke protectionist practices in today's ever-changing business environment is a recipe for disaster. More »

10 Reasons to Serve on Customer Advisory Boards

Customer advisory boards can be useful strategic approaches for business-to-business companies to engage senior decision-makers. CABs invite executives, particularly CIOs and other IT leaders, from top customer firms to create a forum to offer... More »

Data Centers Use Renewable Energy to Contain Costs

While growth in data demand is expected to last for the indefinite future, the use of energy to power data centers is expected to sharply decline, according to a recent survey from Mortenson. Data center owners will continue to increase capacity... More »

EXPERT VOICES

 

Kathy Sierra Serves Up Some ‘Badass’ Advice

Best-selling author, speaker and programming instructor Kathy Sierra takes an unorthodox approach to creating a great user experience. More »

Mitchell1 Revs Up Results With NoSQL

A leading content publisher for the automotive industry turns to a NoSQL database to improve search functionality and more. More »

The Challenges of Aligning IT and the Business

The issue of aligning IT with the business isn’t really a clear-cut business, IT or management problem, it’s often a feeling that people experience. More »

CIOs: Between a Cyber-Rock and a Risk Place

With the board of directors asking questions about security readiness, CIOs are under pressure to assess their organization’s ability to respond to threats. More »

COO Manages Strategic Initiatives, Costs and Tech

As the COO for UK General Insurance and Shared Services, Barry Perkins handles all the big decisions on run costs, strategic initiatives and technology. More »

An Unconventional Solution to a Big IT Problem

Users believe IT will somehow divine a perfect system for them. As much as IT pros wish this unrealistic expectation would go away, they know it’s not possible. More »
 
 
 
 
 
 
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