With Trump’s FCC pick, Ajit Pai, the future of net neutrality is uncertain. With Pai considering scaling back net neutrality rules, what do CIOs need to know? In this Searchlight column, Features Writer Jason Sparapani addresses that question and the debate over net neutrality.
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In these two CIO Minute videos, SearchCIO columnist Joseph Flahiff gives advice on CIO leadership. In the first video, he explains why the best way to empower their employees is to, well…not empower them. In the second video, Flahiff talks about why asking employees questions is better than telling them what to do.
During a recent webinar on cloud computing for CIOs, Gartner analyst Donna Scott detailed three roles — forming strategy, implementing strategy and budgeting — that cloud needs to fill in order for CIOs to fully realize its benefits. Scott also weighs the pros and cons of a multicloud strategy.
Speaking of cloud, in this tip from Mark Tonsetic, IT practice leader at CEB, learn how to sell the value of cloud to business leaders. Hint: it requires more than the usual cost and speed arguments.
DevOps adoption isn’t a walk in the park. Luckily, SearchCIO columnist Niel Nickolaisen is here to help. In this advice column, Nickolaisen offers seven helpful pointers for embarking on your DevOps adoption journey, starting with fully embracing the culture and philosophy.
Artificial intelligence is only going to become more prominent in the coming years, but what is the technology’s enterprise advantage? In this tip, AI expert Josh Sutton lays out the three ways in which businesses can benefit from today’s AI.
Has your organization considered employing the service integration and management (SIAM) model? In this Q&A, Pace Harmon’s David Clifford defines the SIAM model and explains why CIOs should know it.
There’s more behind CompTIA than IT certification programs. The company just announced that it is launching its first IT professional organization this spring. Assistant Editor Mekhala Roy details the program in this blog post.