How to Retain Your IT Talent
Employee turnover is expensive, and it's a job seeker's market out there. Here's how to hang onto the talent you already have.
The CIO’s Role in Innovation
Innovation often comes from customer-driven feedback loops, but a CIO's organization can be the perfect "internal" testbed for innovation.
Green IT: Are We There Yet?
IT teams have long been trying to economize energy consumption in data centers, but they still have a way to go. Here are eight approaches that IT can use to further green initiatives.
What We Can Do About Biased AI
Biased artificial intelligence is a real issue. But how does it occur, what are the ramifications -- and what can we do about it?
Seeking an Oasis in a Data Desert
Gaps in data quality, particularly due to supply chain issues during the pandemic, is becoming a serious influence on planning effective machine learning models.
Ways to Put a Lid on Cloud Waste
It's easy to underuse and overspend on cloud assets. The good news is that there are tools and practices that IT can apply to better manage cloud assets and tamp down the waste.
Automation Strategies Are Shaping Up
A combination of older and newer technologies is making a difference in IT workload management. Here are six areas of IT automation that are delivering results today.
C-Suite Changes to Come
The C-suite has expanded, but will the trend continue? Likely yes, but how depends on what your company values most.
How to Enable Data at Operational Speed
Achieving data at operational speed requires a fundamentally different mentality than looking to the past for answers. Here are three steps companies can take.
Key Courses for CIOs in 2021
Even busy CIOs need to make time for continuing education. Here are some key topics and courses that are worth your time in 2021.
Lessons I've Learned From My Career in Technology
After more than 30 years as an IT professional, I find it interesting that while a lot has changed, some things remain the same. Here's some advice I'd like to offer to those starting out in their careers.