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IT service model could ease transformation terrors

CIOs are being bombarded with messages about the need for digital transformation. Research from the Hackett Group offers advice on how to do it.

Progress CTO talks Twitter, the IT skills gap and climbing the corporate ladder

Karen Tegan Padir joined Progress Software a year and a half ago in her current role as CTO. In those 18 months, trends such as mobile, the cloud and big data have quickly taken off in the IT space, and changed both the way customers adopt new technologies and the way companies provide them. 

IT embracing 'service broker' model

More than one-third of IT departments now work in a 'service broker' model to better understand and deliver on business technology needs and objectives.

News Scan: CIOs suffer strategic image problem; 19 million wearables to ship this year; more

The top news stories for April 22, 2014.

News Scan: HPC-as-a-service; reinventing the CIO role; more

The top news stories for April 16, 2014.

Disruptive technologies creating opportunities for CIOs

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.

5 tips for navigating the CIO role at tech companies

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.

'No Estimates' a boon or boondoggle for software projects?

The #NoEstimates "movement" is the latest hot button in enterprise software development. Unfortunately, its name may obscure the value of the concept.

CFOs coulda, shoulda be IT's top advocates

CFOs could be the strongest evangelists for IT in most organizations, if only they were so inclined. New research reveals that most aren't.

2 CIOs on their not-so-secret weapons for self-improvement

Phil Komarny tweets. Tom Catalini blogs. Both say they're better CIOs for it.