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    How CIOs and CMOs Can Work Together Better

    The CIO-CMO relationship is one of the worst in the C-suite, according to a new study by PwC. Its "6th Annual Digital IQ Survey" finds that only 51 percent of respondents say this critical C-level relationship is strong. These companies more

    Key Data Storage Trends That Every CIO Should Know

    These days, CIOs and their organizations are getting consumed by all things data. This change is driven by ongoing innovations in analytics, of course, as these solutions are establishing profound new levels of data visibility, more

    IT Leadership Salaries Remain Flat

    Average annual salaries for CIOs and other top IT leadership positions have remained flat overall since 2008, according to new research from Janco Associates and The accompanying report, the "Mid-Year 2014 IT Salary Survey," more

    Are You a Micromanager?

    The majority of U.S. employees say they have worked for a micromanager, according to a new survey from Accountemps. While such domineering practices were acceptable for prior generations, they're considered a major professional liability today. This is more

    What You Need Know About the Apple-IBM Partnership

    Apple and IBM announced a global partnership last week that has the potential to re-invent the mobile enterprise. The exclusive partnership builds on the strengths of each company with the goal of transforming enterprise mobility more

    Hirers Increase Social Media Scrutiny of Recruits

    CIOs and other managers are increasingly turning to social media to screen job candidates, according to a recent survey from CareerBuilder. In fact, 43 percent of employers use social networking sites to research potential hires, up from 36 more

    Eight Ways to Improve Your Cyber-Security Spending

    Organizations are concerned about cyber-threats, but many of them have neither invested strategically in security nor aligned that spending with their business strategies, according to a new report. One result is a major gap in security more

    The Cost of Inefficient Health-Care Communications

    American hospitals are wasting $11.2 billion each year because of inefficient communications technologies, according to a new report from Imprivata. Physicians, nurses and other providers who coordinate and deliver more

    10 Emerging IT Techniques, Tools and Platforms

    As a CIO, you're likely more focused on the proverbial big picture with respect to how IT can best support business strategies. Still, you need to stay abreast of the wealth of new tech tools, techniques and platforms which are more

    Potential Problems Lurking in Private Clouds

    Companies are increasingly turning to private clouds to run their mission-critical applications. But many are leaving their cloud performance subject to chance, according to a new survey from Continuity Software. A more

    CIOs Focused on Filling Key IT Positions

    While they're not experiencing the boom times of the 1990s, CIOs are generally upbeat about hiring prospects for the rest of the year, according to a new survey from Robert Half Technology. The accompanying "Robert Half Technology IT more

    IT Networks Keep Getting Older

    Today's IT networks are as old as they have been in six years, according to new research from Dimension Data. The accompanying paper, titled the "2014 Network Barometer Report," presents a wide range of tech operations trends, in what can more

    IT Pros: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

    As IT has become integrated into businesses and is no longer considered a department of antisocial nerds, IT professionals are seeking ways to learn business skills. But many IT pros think that to get them, or to advance their career, they must more

    Digital Projects Face Critical Tipping Point

    CIOs and other top executives are transitioning their digital strategies from revving up mode to active enterprise deployment, according to a new survey from McKinsey & Company. The report, titled "The Digital Tipping Point," more

    The Black Hats Keep Striking

    Cybercriminals are expanding their targets and their means of attack, according to Trend Micro's Q1 report, "Cybercrime Hits the Unexpected." Among the developments: New and modified online banking malware continues to thrive, striking different targets in Q1 2014. more

    Employees Link Productivity to Flexible Schedules

    A generation ago, flexible schedules were perceived as exceptions in the workplace. Today, they've emerged as mainstream. And most Americans say that flexible schedules boost productivity, as opposed to hindering it, more

    Employees Losing Faith in Organizational Leaders

    While the majority of employees still trust their organizational leaders to make good decisions, this sentiment is clearly on the decline, according to a recent survey from Randstad U.S. It doesn't help that most professionals do more

    10 Ways to Lead a Virtual Team

    A new Unify study finds that highly successful virtual teams engage more often on a personal level, with team members speaking their minds and contributing openly regardless of their location. The report says team member location is not a more

    Nine Things Digital Leaders Do

    The age of experimentation with digital is over, according to two recent reports from McKinsey & Company. Organizations must move beyond any existing baby steps or trial mindsets and transform themselves into digital companies. The CIO, of course, stands more

    10 Classic Project Management Mistakes

    Organizations frequently struggle with project management, and tech initiatives are no exception. Research reveals that 45 percent of large IT projects go over budget, while delivering 56 percent less value than promised. Meanwhile, more
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