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Employees' Holiday Shopping Causes IT Headaches

It's the time of year when CIOs and their IT teams are bracing for potential network, systems or device issues, thanks to the number of employees who do their holiday shopping online when they're on the job, according to a recent survey from Robert Half Technology. A... Read More >

The CIO's Influence in the Business Is Growing

In addition to being perceived as trusted custodians of technology systems, CIOs and other tech leaders said they are becoming change instigators and business co-creators in their companies, according to a recent survey from Deloitte. The accompanying 2016-2017 global CIO survey, "Read More >

Building a Culture of Disruption

To become an innovator and disruptor, an organization must adopt a risk-tolerant culture—one that spots possibilities and opportunities. That starts at the top. Read More >

Why Companies Are Overhauling IT Infrastructure

Organizations are carefully examining the state of their IT infrastructure as they dedicate themselves to a digital transformation, according to a recent survey from SignalFx. With this transition considered a primary strategic goal for many businesses, CEOs are often taking the lead in preparing for this major... Read More >

Dental College Modernizes Its IT Infrastructure

In 2016, Nova Southeastern Dental College embarked on an ambitious project to modernize teaching systems and IT infrastructure, including adopting thin clients. Read More >

Making the Case for Employing Software Robots

RPA tools are software robots that use business rules logic to execute specifically defined and repeatable functions in the same way that a person would. Read More >

CIO Provides Best Practices for Peers to Follow

The CIO of an association for associations offers some practical advice for surveying the emerging technology landscape and filtering out what isn’t a priority. Read More >

Adopting Digital Change Inside the Enterprise

Even with all the changes digital technologies have brought to the way organizations communicate externally, internally they still operate in a fundamentally siloed way. Read More >

When Legacy Systems Can't Keep Up

The Atlanta Visitors & Convention Bureau was growing but its technology wasn’t, so it updated its legacy systems to improve performance and flexibility. Read More >

Why IT and Agile Don’t Get Along

Even though agile practices may work effectively for a startup, it often works disastrously within a large corporation. Read More >

Delaying a Digital Transformation Is Bad Business

Very few organizations are taking advantage of digital transformation initiatives to gain business advantages over competitors, according to a recent survey from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services in association with the Genpact Research Institute. The resulting report, titled “Read More >

Using Tech to Reduce Poverty

The CIO of the Inter-American Development Bank sees firsthand how technology has the ability to improve lives and reduce poverty in the Caribbean and Latin America. Read More >

CIO Leads Transformation at Denison University

The CIO of Denison University reveals why becoming more agile is essential and how the school is developing an infrastructure that is scalable and secure. Read More >

The Secret to Digital Natives’ Success

Digital natives have a knack for adopting more modular architectures, next-generation integration techniques and a cloud-first, mobile-first mindset. Read More >

Are CIOs Ready to Mine the API Gold Rush?

APIs are at the heart of new business models and ecosystems driving today’s enterprises. Read More >

Closing the Gap Between Data and Value

Creating value from data is easier said than done, but bringing aboard a chief data officer can improve how data is managed and, ultimately, monetized. Read More >

Why Enterprise IT Still Matters

Bypassing enterprise IT often puts businesses at risk because users are likely to underestimate the challenges and risks of a service or data integration. Read More >

Why All Companies Are Now Tech Companies

Your technology is now your brand, so ensuring all customer-facing apps and features are performing correctly is a necessity for CIOs. Read More >

Digital Is About Cooperation, Not Ownership

Digital is not a thing that is owned by a specific executive or a specific department—it’s a new way of doing business and engaging customers. Read More >

How to Implement an IT Overhaul

The CIO of Novelis, a producer of rolled aluminum used in everything from soda cans to Ford trucks, reveals how she helped revamp the company’s IT infrastructure. Read More >

How to Avoid Becoming Digital Prey

Many businesses are at risk of becoming digital prey by 2020 if they don’t undergo a digital transformation today. Read More >

Should More Developers Join the C-Suite?

When a developer ascends to the C-suite, they have a big advantage in figuring out how to deliver products faster or find solutions that work better. Read More >

5 Signs It’s Time to Hire a Virtual Assistant

Delegating tasks to a virtual assistant can free up time for more strategic-focused goals—and relying on a virtual assistant can ultimately cut costs. Read More >

How to Balance Stakeholders’ Needs With Realities

Strong IT leadership requires developing a strong business sense while acting as expert stand-ins for stakeholders’ tech-related decisions. Read More >

Robotic Disruption and the Rise of the Machines

Industries such as manufacturing, food service and retail will see a massive wave of robotic disruption over the next several years. Read More >

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