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Enabling workforce mobility goes beyond purchasing smartphones and tablets for enterprise staff or initiating bring your own device (BYOD) programs. The task at hand for progress-minded CIOs is enabling digital business through the use of these new technologies.

In this SearchCIO handbook, expert contributor Harvey Koeppel explains that workforce mobility has existed since the word "peddler" was coined, but CIOs must embrace new strategies in order to aim these devices at business needs. We also share results from our recent IT Salary and Careers Survey, which indicate that BYOD will continue to be a big deal on the enterprise agenda in 2014. Forrester Research analyst Nigel Fenwick takes us home with his column on digital transformation, discerning the role that CIOs must play to ensure that organizations are playing to their digital strengths while minimizing their weaknesses.  Access >>>

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  • The promise and the perils of mobility
  • The CIO agenda: Mobile's in, outsourcing's out
  • Digital transformation and the CIO

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