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  • Bouncing Back From CIO Unemployment

    A long job hunt takes a personal and professional toll, even on the most accomplished IT leaders. Here's how to emerge stronger than ever.

    Written by Maryfran Johnson27 Feb. 14 00:36
  • CIOs and CMOs Must Work Together to Satisfy Customers

    According to a new Forrester Research report, this is the 'age of the customer' and there's no time or room for turf wars, competing agendas and distrust between technology and marketing departments.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige17 Jan. 14 22:25
  • A CIO's Survival Guide to Saying No

    One of the toughest leadership challenges for CIOs today is having to refuse business requests for new technology. Here's how to keep the lines of IT-business communication open while communicating honestly with your fellow executives.

    Written by Maryfran Johnson26 Nov. 13 00:06
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  • CIO Discovers the 'Terrifying' Reality of Cloud Apps Running Wild

    Rogue cloud services are ripping gaping holes in the security fabric of most companies, putting the CIO in a tough spot. But as the fallout from the Target attack shows, IT and business leaders will go down together if the breach hits the fan.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige10 May 14 03:38
  • CIOs and Procurement Pros Partner on Cloud Services

    Cloud services can help CIOs free themselves from worrying about managing data centers, scaling capacity, configuring servers, applying security patches and other routine maintenance so they can focus on providing insight to improve the business.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige18 April 14 06:03
  • State of the CIO 2014: The Great Schism

    Digital strategist or traditional CIO? Our 13th annual State of the CIO research reveals the great career divide.

    Written by Kim S. Nash02 Jan. 14 13:31
  • Great CIOs are politically savvy

    Every IT professional has been taught how important it is to be objective. To that end, we have budgets, planning methods, scorecards and metrics that are supposed to be numerically based. And, as a result, we have no shortage of red lights, green lights and yellow lights to keep us focused.

    Written by Jack Bergstrand16 April 13 13:45
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