Healthcare IT Needs More Crazy CIOs
The IT leaders who make a difference sometimes break the rules, but their vision and courage drive results for the customers who matter: patients.
RIM's Cartoon More Preschool Than Bold
RIM turns to the "Bold" team of superheroes in its latest marketing push. But the Saturday-morning-style characters probably won't appeal to anyone other than Disney Junior fans.
Why Bully IT Bosses Lose The Game
Short-term thinkers will pressure you to dismiss anything but scorched-earth personnel management tactics as soft, or a waste of money. But IT is a service business where nice guys win.
9 Ways To Minimize Data Breach Fallout
Symantec just revealed that attackers stole source code to its flagship Norton software in 2006, highlighting today's array of sharply different approaches to owning up to data breaches. Consider these essential policies.
Start 2012 Like You Have A New Job
CIOs and IT leaders should take a first 90 days mindset to start the year on the right track. Define a clear vision, get connected, and inspect.
How ING Avoids Customization Nightmares
ING CIO says the bank's new operations model is helping centralize more IT work, while still letting leaders react to local market needs around the globe. The ultimate goal: Make IT faster.
RIM's New CEO: 5 Must-Do Items
Research In Motion finally has a new CEO. Here's what Thorsten Heins needs to do to get the BlackBerry-maker back on track.
Solid State Disk's True Cost
IT pros focus on SSD's hefty startup costs, but you must consider other costs when evaluating the storage technology.