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Global Experience Should Improve Domestic Performance

Opinion: Are you using your international experiences, and your people, to help rework your business processes at home? If not, you're missing out on some of the most useful lessons available to you. Read More >

Mobility Becomes a Strategic Goal, Not Just a Productivity Tool

Our survey found that advancing business processes, not personal productivity, is the most important business goal companies seek through mobile devices. CIOs can dramatically change the way their businesses operate, if they can pick technologies with tre Read More >

Tiny Chips & Lizard Brains

Besides all the megamergers and regulatory changes that have redefined the telecom business, the convergence of services, devices and networks also depends on smaller chips and smarter computers. Read More >

Hospitals Face Tricky Hardware Decisions

You think your choice of computers is tough? Try picking one that will survive doctors' rounds, patient infections, long hours on nurses' stations and a lot more risks than the sodas and coffee spills office users pose. Read More >

Apple Watchers Get Jobbed

I am a staunch defender of freedom of the press and the confidentiality of sources, but how does that balance with the right to protect intellectual property? Read More >

Mobile Medicine Breaks the Physician Barrier

After years of resisting computerization, physicians are finally taking up handhelds, but not for the reasons many in medical IT would prefer. Meanwhile, non-doctors automate everything from pill dispensing to patient identification. Read More >

Doctors Using Handhelds, But Not for Medicine

U.S. physicians are five times as likely as general consumers to use handheld computers, but they're mostly using them to keep track of appointments rather than to access electronic medical records. Read More >

Chicago Mercantile Exchange Enhances Handheld Trading

A software upgrade lets users of the exchange's Galax-C handheld devices trade options on futures for any options contracts currently listed on the exchange's electronic trading platform. Read More >

Come Together with a Mobile Strategy

Centralizing your mobility strategy is key to improving security, cutting costs and creating new business opportunities. Read More >

Eric Nee: The China Syndrome

As China emerges as the world's second-largest market for digital technologies, China's government and Chinese IT companies are minting new standards in an effort to keep profits at home. The impact on U.S. CIOs may be substantial. Read More >

Web Extra: Pal Mickey

Pal Mickey, Walt Disney World's interactive tour guide, is the first of Disney's smart toys. Reporter Debra D'Agostino met recently with Bruce Vaughn, vice president of research and development for Disney Imagineering, and Kyle Poor, product developer and Read More >

Expert Voices: C.K. Prahalad & Venkat Ramaswamy on CRM

The trouble with today's CRM, say the two University of Michigan Business School professors and authors of the upcoming The Future of Competition: Co-Creating Unique Value with Customers, is that it assumes the company knows best what customers want. Get Read More >

Technology: Mobility

Worried that mobile data costs will skyrocket? Read More >

Thinking Out Loud: PepsiAmerica's CIO Ken Johnsen

Thinking Out Loud: Mobility is the key to PepsiAmericas' push to sell a flood of new beverages faster&#8212without having to supersize its delivery fleet. Sure, the technology is tough. But the really hard part? Getting people to accept the changes Read More >

Mobility 2003: When Will Mobility Add Strategic Value?

Mobile technologies are here to stay—indeed, their use is growing rapidly. But are CIOs seeing the full range of business benefits? Read More >

C-Meter: February 2003

This month's Economic Confidence Meter was little changed from the previous month's levels, perhaps a sign of the wait-and-see attitude typical of a new year. Read More >

Redesigning Work for a Tech-Savvy World

The next generation lives comfortably in a world of ubiquitous technology, John Parkinson writes. What does that mean for the workplace of the future? Read More >

Review: The Rule of Three

Everyone from business school academics to the kid who stocks the shelves at your local supermarket seems to have an opinion about when companies should enter new markets. Read More >

Book Brief: From Global to Metanational

"Metanationals"—a new kind of global company that can sense and capture new knowledge worldwide. Read More >

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