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CDOs: Still small in number, but casting a growing shadow

With all the attention paid lately to the emerging role of the chief digital officer, one would think there are tens of thousands of job openings for the taking. But the reality appears to be far different.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff wants meetings to be made up of at least 30 percent women

Marc Benioff wants all of Salesforce's meetings to be made up of at least a third, and hopefully half, women, he noted at the second-annual  Lesbians Who Tech summit in San Francisco on February 27.

SanDisk announces new microSD card with a capacity of 200GB

SanDisk has announced a new microSD card with a capacity of 200GB, making it the highest capacity microSD storage card in the world.

IT execs on the move: February 2015

It's a game of CIO musical chairs this month, with VMware's former CIO moving into the role of U.S. CIO and VMware snagging Juniper Networks' CIO to fill his shoes. Telstra, the EPA and others also made CIO appointments recently. 

Battle brewing on H-1B reform?; Net neutrality vote could be tied up for years in court; More

The top news stories for Feb. 26, 2015.

News Scan: Sony breach was a security game changer; CIO does still mean 'career is over'; More

The top news stories for Feb. 25, 2015.

Facebook CIO Timothy Campos strives to be social network's efficiency wizard

Facebook's CIO says that his job is to improve the efficiency of the company and sometimes that means building custom software for internal users. 

Del Papa Distributing drinks a toast to new mobile, IoT efficiencies

The Del Papa Distributing Company reinvents itself with mobile technology and the Internet of Things, realizing efficiencies and employee productivity never before imagined.

News Scan: Shadow IT slowing cloud adoption rates; White House has new love affair with Silicon Valley execs; More

The top news stories for Feb. 20, 2015.

Net neutrality campaigning comes down to the wire

With one week to go until the FCC votes on the issue of net neutrality, both sides in the debate are making their last minute pushes to influence commission members.