Global CIO: Commentary
Our 2013 IT Salary Survey shows most employers don't care that much about your fitness. But you should, if you want to do your job better.
In this seventh installment in our series, Howard Anderson profiles the men behind the ENIAC.
UPS's My Choice service shows the power and potential of the new consumer-funded digital infrastructure.
You don't need to always be closing, but you should always be challenging.
Today's IT groups make too many ROI guesstimates and have too little accountability, says this financial industry IT exec, in his debut column for...
In this sixth installment in our series, Howard Anderson profiles the pioneers of radio.
After HP Chairman Ray Lane steps down, fresh Autonomy and Itanium distractions lie ahead. Customers just want strategic clarity.
IT as you know it is not long for this world. Take these small steps to move out of the fearful realm of problems and into the realm of solutions.
Oracle President Safra Catz says the company's sales team will soon answer its critics. But Oracle must do much more than rev up the growth numbers.
Salesforce.com co-founder Parker Harris sees customers using smartphones more than tablets for CRM apps, and he's betting on a blended HTML5 and...
How can IT leaders drive profitable business innovation when they're so caught up in their day-to-day work? Learn from your peers who've done it.
In this fifth installment in our series, Howard Anderson chats up the Wizard of Menlo Park.
Three innovations could help you squeeze a full day's work out of your smartphone battery. Many of us haven't seen that since 2007.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center CIO Dan Drawbaugh shares his thoughts about what the next health IT opportunities will be.
The economics of open innovation are too compelling to ignore.
Successful enterprise architecture programs marshal the right people, support structures and approaches -- and dispense with the distractions.
In this fourth installment in our series, Howard Anderson tells how a masterful inventor and a business genius transformed communications.
The title 'chief digital officer' may yet go the way of the 'chief evangelist,' but the digital business movement is a force CIOs can't ignore.
Will IT need to limit which devices can connect to the corporate network? It feels like we're heading for separate Internets, aligned with mobile...
From customer relationships to cloud, and why mobile isn't one of them.
Too often, IT pros start at the bottom and work up. In the cloud, we need to look at the business model and set metrics from there.
Jim Knight, global CIO for Chubb Group of Insurance Companies, says the company's move to Jive as a social business platform is all about...
The email brouhaha that erupted at Harvard recently did not meet my definition of spying. If your company monitors, do it with reasonable cause.
Counting keystrokes might be called for in a data entry context. But tracing the location of a company-issued smartphone during a worker's...