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News Scan: Goldman's top-secret messaging platform; NASA's breakneck cloud migration; More

The top news stories for August 28, 2014.

Prospective CIOs: How to get to the top, and stay there

In a post at  InformationWeek, Jonathan Feldman lists three key steps to take in order to make sure you become a successful CIO or IT leader.

News Scan: Overcoming bottlenecks to business intelligence; BYOD practices are flourishing, policies are not; More

The top news stories for August 28, 2014.

The new California BYOD rule--and you

As if CIOs don't have enough BYOD issues to worry about, now comes a new court decision from California that  requires  companies to pay for much of their employees' device use.    

Tips for heading up a world-class IT organization

Chief information officers who strive to be identified as leading world-class organizations need to pay particular attention to the number of IT staff they employ (fewer is better) and the number of applications and platforms needed on a per-user basis (fewer is best).  

Barely out of the gate, new Yahoo CIO unveils infrastructure changes

Yahoo recently appointed Mike Kail, who formerly worked at Netflix, as its new CIO and senior vice president of infrastructure.

Why a Linux-only approach will only get you fired

The city of Munich, Germany, is in the news over the last few days over an apparent change of heart over Linux. Paul Mah takes a look at the both sides of the story, and explains why a Linux-only approach is likely to get you fired.

News Scan: NSA spying fallout worse than first thought; Consumers await word on Supervalu breach severity; more.

The top news stories for August 20, 2014.

3 tips for choosing a new IT vendor

Here are some pointers on how companies can choose a new IT vendor.

5 lessons for managing and recruiting in the new federal IT landscape

The federal IT space and the private IT space are different in many ways; think budgets, hiring processes, leadership chains, regulations and much more. But while the two are very different, they both share a common theme--change.