President Obama's proposed fiscal 2015 budget would reduce spending on IT overall, but does call for an increase in spending for STEM-related programs.
The role of chief digital officer continues to rise in status, and a new study ranks those with the most clout--or Klout, as it were.
Israel Lifshitz offers advice on how CIOs can ensure their organization's data remains safe in a BYOD program, while also giving employees the freedom and flexibility they demand.
The top news stories for March 11, 2014.
Those interested in nominating someone--or themselves--for the award need to act fast. The deadline has been extended to March 18 at midnight.
The top news stories for March 10, 2014.
Hiring managers will have a difficult time luring IT security pros away from their current employers this year. Not only are they paid well, they are among the most stable IT workers in the industry.
Perhaps more than in any other industry, CIOs in healthcare need to truly lead organizational and technological transformation. And these transformations are having a great impact on hiring and skills development. Ed Marx is one example of a CIO who is leading such changes in the healthcare world.
To help CIOs better understand the implications of their cloud computing decisions, here is a list of cloud statistics that every CIO should know.
The top news stories for March 7, 2014.
California has launched a campaign to better educate organizations on the cyber security threats they face and steps they can take to better safeguard themselves.
Just as we get word that Target is completely reorganizing its IT security program, two more security studies confirm the vulnerabilities that many organizations face.
The top news stories for March 6, 2014.
Much has been written lately about the digital transformation organizations are going through. Information technology is changing at an incredible pace, and to an enormous degree. IT departments struggle with keeping pace with it all, and many CIOs say they feel overwhelmed by the tasks at hand.
In case you missed the company email, this is official Telework Week, and a new study confirms the benefits of telecommuting programs for both the employer and employee.
One of the greatest obstacles to companies making critical digital transformation efforts is the sheer number of apps they are now hosting, according to a new report from Capgemini.
The top news stories for March 5, including the expected drop in smartphone sales, the U.S. and its relatively paltry federal digital services, big pay bumps for U.K. chief security officers and how more women are getting into supply chain management.
Next week marks 25 years of Internet, and a new study by the Pew Research Center finds that nearly 90 percent of adults in the U.S. are now online.
One in five organizations now experience backup failures on at least a monthly basis, and for one in ten the frequency is at least weekly, a new study finds.
The top news stories for March 4, 2014.