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How CIOs Can Help Build A Millennial Enterprise
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Shane M. O'Neill
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11/25/2013 | 9:51:21 AM
CIOs and millennials
Good tips here on how CIOs can adjust or in some cases reinvent enterprise operations for the new generation of workers. Any CIOs out there have anything to add to Frank's suggestions?
CoreyWillix
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11/26/2013 | 1:15:11 PM
Innovation Labs...
Most excellent article, Frank, and very timely.

Beyond the Financial Services market...what vertical do you project will be the next key industry to implement  Innovation Labs across their consumer base...Retail? Telco?
cbabcock
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11/26/2013 | 6:08:35 PM
Why Workday had a good quarter
Frank's advice here, which urges "migrating legacy back-office HR systems to modern cloud-based HR systems like Workday." helps explain why Workday had such a good [email protected]
Muthu LeesaJ889
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Muthu LeesaJ889,
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11/28/2013 | 5:22:01 AM
Dont curb Mobility in your organization
CIO's and IT heads are facing the reality of BYOD and mobility in their organizations. It is said that 81% of CIOs and IT Heads are worried about the cost of developing or re-engineering their systems for use on mobile devices. As rightly pointed out by Frank, CIO's should become cheif innovation officers and realize mobile apps cannot replace their core business applications. Here are my reasons why you shouldn't curb enterprise mobility: http://mlabs.boston-technology.com/blog/this_is_why_you_shouldnt_curb_enterprise_mobility


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