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  • Instead of grabbing a new title like Chief Digital Officer, strengthen your current role as CIO and make it more meaningful and influential in your organization.

  • Despite the cultural barriers that urge you to suppress it, curiosity may be one of the most important competencies that you will need to thrive in the Digital Age.

  • Despite the prevalence of BYOD in the enterprise, many organizations act as if mobile device security is optional. Ditto for employee security training.

  • Dell CIO Adriana Karaboutis doesn't ask employees what they want, but instead has her IT team observe them at work and find new ways to improve how they do their job.

  • Many CIOs need to upgrade their aging networks, but are struggling to understand and articulate their new requirements given today's increasingly complex IT environment.

  • To be a digital leader, you must be well versed in a wide range of constantly changing subject areas, which will require that you exist in a constant state of learning and exploration.

  • Flextime has matured into a mainstream concept for business and IT, but making it work effectively in your enterprise can prove tricky.

  • When considering new IT tools and systems, CIO need to keep in mind that geolocation data will become play increasingly important business role in the near future.

  • CIOs and their IT organizations are on the defensive, their future in doubt. To remain relevant, IT must rightfully assert itself as a creative arm of the enterprise.

  • Being a Digital Renaissance Man demands that you see technology as a tool than can truly transform the world, for the good of humanity.

  • In order to achieve the results your IT department is capable of, you need to talk about highly technical concepts and issues in terms that your colleagues can actually understand.

  • A CenturyLink veteran, Bill Bradley talks about cultural challenges in the workplace, the advantages of cloud computing, and the importance of reacting positively to change.

  • Delivering consistency across multiple devices and managing endpoint devices in a user-centric fashion is critical to enabling success in the enterprise.

  • Organizations need to shift from promoting awareness of potential problems to embedding security habits that create a "stop and think" behavior—and affect risk positively.

  • IT needs more leaders who possess the necessary breadth of knowledge and experience to help organizations deal with the business challenges of today.

  • In a zero marginal cost society, the collaborative commons will bypass the conventional marketplace, and society will shift from an exchange-oriented economy to a shared one.

  • Providing your employees with flexible work arrangements can help an organization retain talented workers, create a diverse workforce, and address the lifestyle of Millennials.

  • Making an on-the-spot correction, whether it takes two minutes or less, is always a superb idea. Not only does it demonstrate an attention to detail, but it reinforces standards within an organization.

  • Businesses that are exploring big data need to consider the technical and talent challenges and develop well-defined business objectives before committing staff and budget to any initiatives.

  • If we're always connected to work, if we spend less and less time with our family and friends, if we don't take vacations and if we're constantly stressed out, are we doing something wrong as a society?