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    Ten Top Priorities for State CIOs in 2013

    They are being asked to do more with less. Yet, at the same time, they're directed to continue finding newer and better ways to pursue tech—to maximize its value as a cost-savings and efficiencies-creating tool. And if this sounds familiar, it more

    The Office Fax Machine Is Alive and Well

    From smartphones to tablets to big data, CIOs are being hit from all sides by technologies that are state of the art today and may be outdated tomorrow. Planned obsolescence is a key component in the success of technology products, and CIOs more

    Ten Ways to Lead Your Department in a Crisis

    There's no greater test of an IT department—or your leadership abilities—than during a crisis. Whether it's a crippling budget cut, a blown deadline or a project that isn't meeting expectations, you'll be forever evaluated by more

    10 Trends Sure to Impact CIOs in 2013

    The IT world is changing. From new products to an increasing reliance on mobile devices to big data, CIOs are finding that many things in the office aren't the way they used to be. Some CIOs are fine with that and believe that change is a good thing, while more

    CIOs Plan to Invest Heavily in Business Apps

    Enterprise business applications continue to emerge as a critical area of focus for CIOs and other top technology managers, according to a recent survey from Delphix. With a significant degree of improvements needed in business more

    Mobile Devices Are Set to Inundate Enterprises

    Remember when the BlackBerry mattered so much to the enterprise? Research In Motion's (RIM's) smartphones were everything to corporate customers that realized that they could have employees working no matter where they were. For more

    Transform Your IT Staff Into Business Contributors

    Today, it's not enough to oversee a department of strong tech performers. CIOs must learn how to transform their IT people into indispensable business contributors. The book, The CIO Paradox: Battling the Contradictions of IT Leadership ( more

    Companies Fall Short of Big Data's Potential

    Organizations must do a better job with big data, according to a new international survey from Alteryx. For starters, 77 percent of executives feel that more employees must have access to big data so they can make better decisions. It doesn't more

    Ten Security Vulnerabilities In Windows 8

    With more than four million copies of Windows 8 already sold worldwide, much of the discussion surrounding the operating system revolves around its neat new design and the products running it, such as Microsoft's Surface. For the first time in a long more

    BYOD: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

    The corporate world has changed dramatically in the last few years, hasn't it? For many CIOs that worked their way through the 1990s' Web boom and into the early 2000s with the smartphone craze, change is nothing new. But, along the way, CIOs and more

    Ten Tech Innovations for State Government

    One organization needed a better, faster way to process highway occupancy permits. Another deployed a business intelligence (BI) tool to save millions of dollars. A third sought a tech solution to greatly reduce travel costs. What do all three of these more

    10 Trends CIOs Should Watch in 2013

    Not that long ago, the enterprise was predictable year in and year out. Now CIOs knew that in the current year they would be using BlackBerry smartphones, and the next year they would be using the same devices. The cloud was something they heard vendors talk more

    CIOs Seeing Benefits from Bigger Budgets

    A sizable share of CIOs say they're working with larger IT budgets in 2012 than they did last year, according to the latest, annual Society for Information Management (SIM) survey. With a membership of more than 3,500 CIOs and IT executives, SIM conducts more

    Ten Ways to Practice Perfection with Your IT Teams

    Practice doesn't actually always make perfect. But it certainly can get you and your teams to better. Too often, however, we confuse the length of time spent honing our skills with how much we actually improved. Because spending a lot of time more

    10 Things to Consider about Windows 8

    With Windows 8 now on store shelves, CIOs are forced to consider the impact the operating system might have on their operations. For months now, we’ve been hearing all about Windows 8 and why Microsoft believes  it will be a more

    Tales From the 2012 Gartner Symposium

    Research firm Gartner's 2012 Symposium showcased some of the most important trends and data affecting the IT world. The symposium is home to speakers who take time to discuss trends, share information. Peter Sondergaard, head of global research at Gartner, more

    10 Facts CIOs Should Know About the New iPads

    On Oct. 23, Apple finally took the wraps off its iPad Mini. The device, which was rumored for months, comes with a 7.9-inch screen and a new design. In addition, the tablet, which Apple says is capable of being held in one hand, will more

    Ten Ways to Ensure Disaster Protection in the Cloud

    In a sense, the cloud is all about trust: You're outsourcing critical IT functions such as storage, data management, tech support and application oversight to a third party. The cloud is saving organizations a lot of money more

    Why CIOs Hire Bad Employees

    We’re sure at one point you’ve looked at one of your workers and thought, “How the heck did he ever end up in my IT department?” Every IT department has a couple of bad apples. In fact, 46% of rookie hires won't survive their first 18 months more

    IT Jobs: Software Developers, QA Pros in Demand

    In the IT world, current skills matter more than what the person has done in the past. For CIOs looking to hire new IT professionals, determining what they can get from them in the future is everything. And until a job candidate can prove more
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