Linda Tucci is executive editor for SearchCIO.com and SearchCIO-Midmarket.com. She covers CIO strategies for business intelligence, big data, offshoring, mobile computing and social media. She also writes frequently about the CIO role and CIO careers. Learn more about Tucci here, and read her expert IT advice below in her latest CIO Matters columns. To contact Tucci, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
C-suite looking for team members, not captains of industry
Is the decider-in-chief an industry relic? One CIO headhunter says so. The new C-suite ideal is the collaborative team player.
Putting a price on information: The nascent field of infonomics
Companies are behaving as if information has a monetary value. The question is how much? The nascent field of infonomics aims to provide answers.
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What's a wallet-less future got to do with enterprise computing?
A wallet-less world puts every customer on the A list. CIOs need to figure out how to do that in the realm of enterprise computing.
Technology women dissect the Marissa Mayer news
Technology women may not think Marissa Mayer's pregnancy is news, but a tech group whose mantra is 'leave no woman standing alone' can't hurt.
A return to the Garden of IT with mobile device virtualization?
Mobile device virtualization paves the way to a dual persona, but is that good for IT?
In building a mobile enterprise, CIOs are looking for trouble
Building the mobile enterprise is a gargantuan task, riddled with landmines. It's a good thing that CIOs are programmed to sniff out trouble.
In the rush to mobile IT, 'access is not a panacea'
The hype is deafening. Then comes a quiet recital of stats from the frontlines and it's clear: Mobile IT is born. CIOs' only choice is to nurture it.
CIO role through the lens of MIT: Agile rebel or company dishwasher?
The CIO role was under the microscope at MIT this week. Will CIOs be the standard bearers of the IT revolution or just stuck cleaning up the mess?