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Big Data = Big Challenges

To gain the most of big data analytics, CIOs must take the lead in building a big data framework focused on agility, flexibility and rapid decision-making.

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Chips and Tablets Don't Digest

Banks, hotels, retailers and other businesses are now discovering the downside of too much automation and too little customer interaction.

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To Be More Productive, Work Fewer Hours

To discover what its most productive workers do differently than its less productive ones, The Draugiem Group studied their work habits with a time-tracking app. The results might surprise you.

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Doing Automation Right

CIOs should pursue automation as a way to improve processes and workflows, but not let it get in the way of building long-term relationships with customers.

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3D Printing Goes Prime Time

CIOs must begin to dialog with other business executives—particularly those in charge of R&D, operations and manufacturing—to find ways to best-use 3D printing.

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Is Too Much Sitting Killing You?

Excessive sitting, which is defined as nine or more hours of sedentary behavior per day, is associated with an increased risk of cancer, heart disease, obesity and other diseases.

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Reducing Business Costs With Wellness Programs

Companies are saving hundreds of thousands of dollars each year through the use of employee wellness programs, but the collection of personal health data involves some serious privacy issues.

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What CIOs Can Learn From Derek Jeter's 'Boot Camp'

As Derek Jeter learned early on in his baseball career, employee education and training can provide numerous benefits, like increased performance and productivity.

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Everyone Wins When Businesses Treat Employees Well

It's critical to ensure that enterprise tools are in place to support a collaborative, flexible and agile work environment. Great tools don't make a best employer, but poor ones can break a company.

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Why You Should Buy the New iPhone

Recent research suggests that people who use high-tech devices like the new iPhone are perceived in the workplace as an innovative, tech-savvy leader.

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