Global CIO: Commentary
If a full-on cyber war breaks out, what will your company do? Avoid the Internet or hire a cyber Pinkerton?
How easy-to-use, single-application systems changed the face of computing, communications and business decision-making.
If you have C-suite aspirations, consider these four pieces of advice from the school of hard knocks.
If actionable business insight, the stuff of BI legend, is the Mt. Everest summit, know this: There's little point to building or buying a better...
Don't hand over compliance responsibilities when you sign on with a cloud provider.
Get your senior team involved in broadening your base, achieving growth and winning mindshare.
Companies are too afraid of risk, among other factors, according to Accenture.
Customers and suppliers say they value innovation, but most outsourcing relationships end up becoming a race to the bottom. In "vested"...
What can you do with the money you'll save as data center needs decline, thanks to server and compute efficiency advances?
Before DEC, computing was scarce and precious. After DEC, computing costs dropped like a rock.
Choosing and purchasing business applications continues to move to the business side of the house. Here's what to expect in the new world order.
Think small, don't partner with business units and don't treat innovation like an election.
Higher ed technology leaders are still most commonly hired from within academia. Take a look at some interesting demographics.
San Francisco Giants' CIO Bill Schlough gives winning advice to InformationWeek CIO Summit attendees at Interop. If your CEO doesn't "get" IT...
The 5 job factors that matter most to IT executives have nothing to do with compensation. Are you ready to deliver?
As the leader of both IT and operations, John Hinshaw is uniquely positioned to get HP back on track.
New employee guidelines, ongoing reinforcement and performance rewards tied to correct use of social media will help keep your company out of hot...
Georges Doriot – aka "The General" – understood that prosperity requires both innovation and strong management. He used that philosophy to invent...
C-level types talk the talk of IT-business partnership, but at the end of the day you must learn their world and assert your expertise.
Intel's board sees synergy in replacing outgoing CEO Paul Otellini with two execs. Is the duo up to the formidable challenge ahead?
Big teams can cost your organization time and money – and possibly the project itself. Here's how to pare down.
Mobile application development will test many IT teams as they deal with everything from mobile context to Google Glass-like displays.
Three mavericks, part of the Traitorous Eight, help found Silicon Valley and the semiconductor industry.
Social, mobile, cloud and big data all can help you move more quickly and reach new customers. For the latest wisdom on how, join us at the E2...
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center CIO John Halamka blogs on risk planning and data sharing in wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.