IT As Profit Maker
In defining your company's core operations, is IT one of them? Many non-IT companies have patented, trademarked, or copyrighted at least one tech innovation.
Meet The New CTO--It's The CIO
Power base in telecommunications service providers has shifted to the IT team, as evidenced by Vodafone's new hiring plan.
How IT Can Reclaim Social Relevance
Social technologies are spreading through the business in a decentralized way, not via IT leadership. How can organizations and IT leaders make the most of this trend?
4 Causes Of Cloud Bill Shock
Some companies shoot for reduced costs only to find unexpected expenses drive up the cloud computing bills. Do any of these problems lurk in your company?
How Much Risk Should CIOs Take?
MIT Sloan CIO Symposium debates whether CIOs should let a 1,000 innovation projects bloom and examines when to keep legacy systems operating.
Yahoo ResuMess: The Trouble With Entitlement Culture
The resume drama for Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson had a quiet player: a corporate culture that seeks fairness but produces employees who feel entitled. Here's what his successor, and all managers, must know about that problem.
Next Valley View: Cloud, Baseball IT, And More
Tune in May 23 for the next episode of our live Web TV series, including chats with execs from Framehawk and Cloudability, plus Bill Schlough, CIO of the 2010 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants.
HP Layoffs Signal Punishing Fall
Unless HP can turn enterprise software, cloud services, or some other line into a high-volume, high-margin business, it's in for a world of hurt.
Software Engineer: 2012's Top Job
Hiring demand, high salaries, and some lesser-known perks make software engineering the most enviable profession, CareerCast.com survey finds.
The CIO Wears Two Hats: Isn't IT Enough?
Like Rick Roy, a growing number of CIOs now run IT plus another major business function. Here's why CUNA Mutual Group pointed Roy at procurement, real estate, physical security, and facilities.
NASA Blue Marble Project: Visual Data Lessons
What can IT leaders learn from the visualization techniques NASA used to create the Blue Marble earth images? Check out our video interview with one of the project's key developers.
The Fall Of The Messiah Leader
Many CEOs create an illusion of control, but heroic, charismatic leadership in the context of large public companies is mostly a myth.
Why IT Has A Credibility Problem
How can every project save money? Our first-ever IT Spending Priorities Survey shows that is IT's expectation, and that it needs to ground rosy projections in reality.
CIOs: Don't Get Taken For Granted
If your IT organization is seen as executing each new strategic initiative seamlessly, the job can't really be all that difficult, right?