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  • University of Pennsylvania professor David R. Bell discusses how real worlds and virtual worlds influence and affect each other, and are increasingly merging together.

  • The process for solving a problem in the workplace often involves diffusing the situation, correctly defining the problem, and controlling any variables that might impact the outcome.

  • Data breaches are inevitable these days, which is why having a well-defined incident response plan and team in place is a necessity.

  • Agile development has emerged at the center of a faster and more responsive approach to IT, but it presents some unique challenges.

  • To take innovation to a new level, you need to harness information technology in a way that actually simplifies things and produces real-world results for real people.

  • For analytics to gain widespread acceptance and usage across an organization, an analytics champion can play an important role.

  • Mobile apps deployed by organizations in highly regulated industries must conform with multiple regulations, including record retention, patient privacy and data breach notifications.

  • SunGard Availability Services CIO Gary Marshall discusses being an end user-centric CIO, IT's value proposition and why CIOs do or don't get fired.

  • Merck IT Transformation Ambassador Judith Chuisano shares lessons from her year in a pioneering role established to change the pharmaceutical company's culture.

  • If you want to be a Digital Renaissance Man or Woman, you must be a world-class connector of people with different backgrounds, disciplines and world views.

  • CIOs need to gather meaningful customer data and turn it into business intelligence that informs our future business decisions.

  • CIOs need to tap into the expertise of employees and independent contractors and ensure these people are connected to each other so their organization becomes an incubator for digital thinking.

  • Big data analytics offers revolutionary capabilities but achieving results requires a strategic vision—and a view into how it can create business value.

  • 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.