A bevy of new consumer technology products were unveiled this week at CES 2017, but what does it have to do with CIOs? A lot, according to industry analysts. But it’s not so much the fancy gadgets as the technology behind them that CIOs should be paying attention to. In this Searchlight column, Features Writer Jason Sparapani explores the IT and business impact of the technologies behind this year’s CES event.
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As we kick off a new year, what are your 2017 IT resolutions? We asked eight CIOs and IT execs that question and their responses suggest we’ll see improved customer service and smarter technology strategies this year. Speaking of resolutions, in this column CTO Niel Nickolaisen looks back at IT lessons from 2016 and makes some of his own 2017 resolutions.
Experts we talked to this year doled out so many tips for adapting to new technologies and strategies that we thought we’d round them up into a detailed end-of-year list. In this article, Senior Executive Editor presents the top 11 advice columns from 2016.
A company known for language-learning CDs is hitting “play” on digital transformation. In this Q&A, Sparapani chats with Mark Moseley, vice president of IT at Rosetta Stone, about how the company is undergoing an extensive digital transformation and the challenges it’s facing.
Not all innovation is the same. In this installment of CIO Minute, SearchCIO columnist Joseph Flahiff discusses incremental vs. disruptive innovation and why it’s important for today’s businesses to focus on the latter.
Millennials are a widespread force in IT, but training them comes with its own unique set of challenges. In this Conference Notebook, get advice for teaching Millennials critical leadership skills.
Over on SearchCompliance, Assistant Editor Mekhala Roy talks to experts to get their take on data anonymization techniques and the benefits and challenges associated with them.