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CIO Decisions - June 2014, Vol. 33

Is your enterprise ready to derive top dollar from your data? Infonomics is the field that treats corporate information as a valuable asset, but how to properly assign that value is the million-dollar -- or is that billion-dollar? -- question for many CIOs. In this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine, SearchCIO Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski examines how today's companies are using infonomics to their economic benefit and provides six steps for measuring the value of an organization's unique information assets.

Also in this issue, SearchCIO Executive Editor Linda Tucci talks to Dell CIO Andi Karaboutis about how she transformed her 5,000-person-strong IT department from an order taker to a business maker; we look at balancing the need for more data with the desire for clean data; and take a cautious look at the ways in which disruptive technologies affect the human condition.  Access >>>

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