On the eve of Earth Day 2014, CIOs can help the IT department, and the organization overall, be better environmental stewards with a mobile device recycling program. Bashar Nejwadi explains how such programs work.
Following the lead in the corporate sector, state spending on IT continues to rise and this year should mark a return to pre-recession levels for most states. Topping the list of IT spending priorities is shared services.
The #NoEstimates "movement" is the latest hot button in enterprise software development. Unfortunately, its name may obscure the value of the concept.
Sales of devices and software are helping to drive IT spending worldwide, which will rise to $3.8 trillion this year, according to research firm Gartner.
Federal government agencies believe that shared services should be a top priority in 2014, but a minority of those agencies have defined goals or objectives around shared services, a new study finds.
The golden age of User Experience might be dawning. Between Apple envy and a stream of ROI studies, there's some chance your CEO will wake up any given Tuesday with a case of Great Design fever....
Transformation is a journey that, done correctly, requires a significant amount of change in an organization. Cecilia Edwards offers advice on how organizations can tackle 'Little T' to best achieve success.
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 top news stories for March 3, 2014.
The battle over the IT budget continues between the CIO and the CMO, with mixed reports recently on who has the upper hand whenn it comes to new IT spending.