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Why Gamification Matters

Gamification is an upside-down, inside-out concept for many business and IT leaders, but it is quickly becoming a mainstream activity in the enterprise.

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Five Habits of Highly Successful Digital Companies

Digitally innovative organizations outperform their peers by providing personalized service to their customers, building one streamlined app that does it all, and conveying information electronically.

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Are You a Digital CIO?

Successful digital CIOs have a strategic vision of how technology will transform their business. And they know how to implement it.

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Five Things Your Employees Want

Today's employees expect a workplace with flexible technology policies, telecommuting and flex programs, challenging and meaningful work, and a fun work environment.

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Five Ways to Maximize on Mobility

To stay ahead of the competition in our increasingly mobile-centric world, CIOs and business leaders need to improve their mobile products and services.

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Being Intelligent About Your Assets

Over the next decade, smart asset management will transform operations, marketing, finance and human resources. And it will forever change the way the enterprise views its assets.

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Retailers Failing to Protect Consumer Data

Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers have a responsibility to provide a trustworthy transaction system, but too often they are shortchanging their customers.

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Open Source Has Changed Everything

In today's world of increasingly connected homes, connected machines and connected devices, any IT leader who can't grasp an open source mindset is doomed to fail.

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Mobile App Security Needs Improvement

The security of many mobile apps is lacking, and CIOs should review their apps and focus on eliminating opportunities for unintentionally revealing information that may be helpful to cybercriminals.

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Five Counterintuitive Ways to Spur IT Innovation

Most CIOs could benefit by spending less time on day-to-day IT issues and more time on learning from customers and employees about what the business needs from IT.

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