Stories From The Issue Of » June 01, 2009
Ease The Pain Of E-Discovery
Here's how three companies have pulled together IT, legal, and other stakeholders to reduce the complexity and cost of finding information when the lawyers come calling.
Microblogs Get Down To Business
Twitter and Yammer can offer companies a free focus group and a cheap option for collaboration.
Information Silos Stand In The Way Of Interoperability
Government IT pros are pursuing a more open public enterprise, but system interoperability remains a formidable challenge.
Online Reputations At Risk
What's a company to do when its brand takes a beating in online social media? Have a plan of actionóbut don't overreact.
Global CIO: How Do You Match Up Against 50 Of The World's Top CIOs?
The global economic downturn is accelerating the evolution of the CIO position, requiring CIOs to be more business-driven, customer-focused, and accountable for growth.
By Bob Evans
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