The top news stories for April 16, 2014.
Disruptive technologies are creating new opportunities for CIOs and IT to contribute in bigger ways to the success of their organizations, says a new CA Technologies report.
In a recent post at Forbes, Peter High--President of advisory firm Metis Strategy--outlines what CIOs in technology companies need to do to stay relevant, improve their IT teams and improve their businesses.
The #NoEstimates "movement" is the latest hot button in enterprise software development. Unfortunately, its name may obscure the value of the concept.
CFOs could be the strongest evangelists for IT in most organizations, if only they were so inclined. New research reveals that most aren't.
Phil Komarny tweets. Tom Catalini blogs. Both say they're better CIOs for it.
As a tech exec, your online presence can be a good way to learn about new ideas, grow your community and staff as well as solve problems quickly.
As if CIOs didn't have enough job survival concerns, now we learn that one of every three managers in their own IT ranks thinks they need to be shown the door.
The top news stories for April 3, 2014.
Collaboration by CIOs has never been more critical, as an increasing number of IT-related projects are now handled jointly by CIO-led teams and business groups.