Consumerization Of IT Is No Fad
If you need any more proof, check out Microsoft's thinking about the key rivals to Windows Phone 7 and Office 365 in the enterprise.
Want To Get Outsourced?
IT organizations delinquent at measuring and communicating the value of the services they deliver are doomed. We need to get better at transparency.
IT Help Desks Not Just For Large Enterprises
With compromised productivity a constant threat to business success, the question for SMBs isn't how can we afford a help desk, but how can we afford not to invest in IT support?
Can Health IT Do More Harm Than Good?
A doctor's brain can sometimes be fooled into seeing a disease pattern when none really exists. And by extension, so can a computerized diagnostic program.
iOS 5: Why Integrate Twitter And Not Facebook?
Apple's new iOS platform offered at least one surprise feature--integration with Twitter's microblogging platform. An interesting move, and one that has us wondering why not Facebook, instead?
Mobile Future: Want Apple Way Or Google Wild Ride?
Google and Apple developer conferences have unveiled the latest grand visions from these two mobile behemoths. What we've learned extends far beyond products, and speaks volumes about each company's culture of innovation.
iOS Is The Most Secure Mobile OS
Apple's mobile operating system does a better job of protecting users than any other platform on a tablet, smartphone, or even a laptop.
iOS 5: Five Things Apple Left Out
Apple's new iOS 5, unveiled Monday at WWDC, delivers 200 new features to iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users. But Apple still managed to forget a few key twists.
Forget Farmville: We Need CIO-Ville Or Call Of CIO Duty
Our intrepid CIO friend, Stu Laura, suggests that if the military can use computer games to help recruiting, why not the IT profession? Warning: If you can't have a sense of humor about the treachery in your own industry, don't play.