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Why a Compliance Gap Costs Time and Money

A new survey on workforce compliance reveals one-half of businesses use separate IT systems or manual processes for compliance requirements. Systems to handle human capital management, such as paying employees, managing their time and administering their benefits, are called HCM processes.... Read More »

Why Companies Struggle With IoT Data

With the Internet of things poised to grow into a nearly $9 billion market by 2020, organizations are only beginning to tap into its potential. And, like any relatively new technology, they're running into obstacles in attempting to translate tech investment into business-benefiting results. For starters, a great deal of companies struggle to collect and analyze IoT project data in a timely... Read More »

Six Biggest Challenges Facing IT Managers

When it comes to being a boss, there are plenty of scary statistics out there–especially for CIOs. Nearly three out of 10 large IT projects fail. And the average cost overrun on IT projects is 27%, with one out of six IT projects having cost overruns of 200%. To get to the root of the causes behind these and other leadership issues, APQC has released Read More »

How to Respond When an M&A Sparks a Software Audit

Enterprises devote significant resources to integrating people and processes during a merger, but software licenses and compliance are often ignored.   

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Five Keys to Establishing Better IT Metrics

In today's high-stakes and fast-changing IT environment, it's critical to build an effective framework based on the use of metrics. These guidelines can help.

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E-Signatures Soar With KLM

The global airline turns to e-signatures and e-contracts to take business processes to new heights, and plans to integrate the tools into other applications.

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How to 'Fail Better' on IT Projects

Playwright Samuel Beckett famously wrote, "Try again. Fail again. Fail better." Such advice would greatly benefit modern IT teams, given that 17 percent of projects fail completely, and two-thirds fall short of expectations, according to the Project Management Institute. In the recent book, Read More »

Getting the Most From Content Management Systems

Whether used for project oversight, legal or regulatory compliance, digital marketing initiatives or the sharing of best practices, organizations are looking to get the most out of their content. Every day, enterprise users generate seemingly endless streams of content, but they face hurdles in trying to access what they need in a timely fashion, according to a recent Read More »

State CIOs Benefit From Shifts in IT Management

If you think you have a lot on your plate, you should take a look at what state CIOs are taking on: A significant number are taking the lead role in dozens of major IT projects, with most budgeted at more than $20 million, according to a new survey from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO),... Read More »

11 Outstanding State CIO Projects

One effort has vastly upgraded the communication tools of police officers and other public safety crews as they respond to highway accidents. Another project has dramatically reduced unemployment insurance fraud. And a third has established a central resource for an entire state's university curriculum offerings, serving hundreds of thousands of students. Together, they represent three of 11... Read More »

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