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Guardian Life CIO: Caution in the Cloud

Frank Wander has seen enough to know that any move into cloud computing must be slow and measured. Read More >

Cloud Computing`s Sky-High Hype

The buzz around cloud computing is alive and well. But CIOs need to proceed carefully—and make sure they have the right understanding of what the ‘cloud’ actually is. Read More >

Big Software: Finally Dead

It may be an old question, but new technologies are giving it new and increased relevance. Will CIOs finally pull the plug? Read More >

Careers Slideshow: Where the IT Jobs Are Now

by Thomas Hoffman While the U.S. economy continues to struggle, there are pockets of strength in the IT labor market. To find the hot spots, both by specialization and by industry, we spoke with the following experts: David Van De Voort, IT workforce specialist, Mercer, Chicago, IL; Dave Willmer, executive director, Robert Half Technology, Menlo Park, CA; Terry Erdle, senior vice president,... Read More >

Integration as a Service at Office Depot

Software services help Office Depot help customers it couldn't always satisfy previously. Read More >

Business Intelligence Slideshow: Business Intelligence for All

Business Intelligence (BI) projects are often the domain of large enterprises, but small to medium businesses can also benefit from BI if they move carefully. Aberdeen Group recently released a report that detailed a number of recommendations for SMBs to better leverage intelligence based on the BI maturity of the organization—Low, Medium, or High.

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CIO Tony Young: Beating the Expectations Game

IT leaders need to deal with mounting expectations from the business. Smart CIOs will sharpen their focus to move the business forward, says Informatica CIO Tony Young. Read More >

Project Management Lifts Frontier

SaaS effort lifts airline in turbulent times. Read More >

The Legal Risks of SaaS

Weigh the legal pros and cons of SaaS before rushing into a project that might not benefit your organization. Read More >

Virtualization Delivers on Health Records Project

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center combines a big virtualization project with a critical electronic records rollout. Read More >

Feds Head Into the Cloud

The Feds make a strong statement about the future of cloud computing. Read More >

Netsuite Going After Oracle, SAP?

Netsuite, backed by Larry Ellison, is reportedly trying to move into bigger companies, targeting SAP and Ellison's Oracle. Read More >

IT Management Slideshow: Comparison Shopping for Software

How well do Open Source and Software-as-a-Service options stack up to traditional, proprietary products? J. Schwan, managing partner with Solstice Consulting in Chicago, compared several factors and ranked the three categories in relation to each other. Schwan says, "To be successful in this economic environment, we should find creative ways to stop paying license and support fees for... Read More >

Seeing Through the Cloud

A Q&A with Howard Rubin Read More >

Send in The Cloud

As cloud computing sheds its novelty status, CIOs develop a taste for the emerging technology. Read More >

What Political Polling Tells Us About Business Intelligence

Nate Silver, the numbers whiz whose statistical model allowed him to call the presidential primaries and the general election, explains the implications for business intelligence and IT management. Read More >

Books Slideshow: 10 Insightful Web 2.0 Books

Web 2.0 is changing the way business and society function. Read up on how these tools can help your company. Read More >

Unchaining CIOs From IT

A CIO explains how the move to cloud computing changed his job. Read More >

Larry Ellison Sounds Off on Cloud Computing

Oracle boss Larry Ellison lets loose on the misconceptions behind cloud computing, Reuters MediaFile blog reports. Read More >

Google Releases New Search Appliance for Business

Google says the new appliance can store 10 million files in a single box. Read More >

Embracing The Software Service Economy

The author of The End of Software and Seven says CIOs are in an ideal position to lead the next-generation businesses that can result from embracing new software service models. Read More >

Do Your Web 2.0 Efforts Work?

Web 2.0 apps can reveal communities of people who are interested in your business and your industry. If you don’t engage them, your competitors will. Read More >

CIOs Need to Embrace Web 2.0

CIO Insight video blogger Ed Cone says there's no time like the present to get on the Web 2.0 bandwagon. Ed relates a story about some people believing that Web 2.0 is all hype, but it's not, he argues. Some of the principles behind Web 2.0 are nothing new, but Web 2.0 has sparked a user revolution in rich Internet applications that is too compelling to ignore. Read More >

Everything Old Is New Again

The idea of reusable services is not new, and neither are collaboration and communities on the Internet. Read More >

The Future is About Information, Not Tech

Technology changes rapidly, but people change slowly and in unpredictable ways. Read More >

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