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How Generations Approach the Workplace Differently

There's a general consensus that Millennials approach technology and work in a significantly different way than Gen X and Baby Boomers. They have grown up with technology, they are comfortable with it and they have been shaped by very different circumstances than their older colleagues. With about 79.8 million Millennials in the United States, they also represent the fastest growing... Read More »

Four Steps to Becoming a Better Leader

The former CEO of a multibillion dollar health care company shares his thoughts on values, ethics and having an impact on the next generation of leaders.

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University CIO Discusses the Future of Education

James Dutcher describes his vision as a university CIO, the future of education technology and the topics he likes to cover in his much-read blog.

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Is Your Company a Security Leader or Laggard?

Over the last few years, cyber-security has emerged as a central challenge for organizations large and small. And while there's no shortage of news stories and analyst reports chronicling the severity of the risk and the complexities of addressing it, there has generally been little attention devoted to how to effectively execute on the task. A new report from Accenture in conjunction with... Read More »

The CIO’s New Mindset in the Digital Age

IT is either an enabler and a trusted business partner, or a disabler that is perceived as grinding the wheels of progress to a screeching halt.

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Eight Ways to Bridge the Gap in IT and Business

The divide between IT and business departments in the enterprise is unnecessary and can be overcome by communication and collaboration, according to IT leaders. Cesar Fernandez, director of Product Solutions at PMG, draws on the wisdom of computer scientist Landon Curt Noll, now a cryptologist and security architect with Cisco Systems, who once said, "You can never say all the tricks have... Read More »

How Will CIOs Use Their Growing Influence?

CIOs play a more direct role in board-level priorities, so it is only natural that their leadership will be more scrutinized.

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CIOs Are Emerging as Vital Business Influencers

CIOs face a greater variety of challenges than ever, thanks to an ever-proliferating number of impactful tech developments. The digital universe is expected to grow to 40 zettabytes by 2020, due to a 50-fold increase in enterprise data. In two years, workloads made possible by virtual servers and private clouds will double those supported by physical servers. And with a surge of Baby Boomer... Read More »

Fatigue Cited as Cause of Many Workplace Mistakes

Technology has helped create today's state of 24/7, always-on status among workers. And the non-stop connectivity and demands appear to be taking a toll: Nearly one-half of U.S. professionals said constant fatigue is distracting them from doing their jobs, according to a recent survey from Red Bull and Glassdoor.... Read More »

Everyone Wins When CIOs Partner With CMOs

As technology investment in marketing continues to grow and digital marketing expands, CIOs should build strong partnerships with marketing officers, according to a new report by Gartner. CIOs who help CMOs evaluate solutions, source data, manage and consolidate the application portfolio, and integrate solutions will reap the... Read More »

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