Wendy Schuchart is senior site editor for SearchCIO-Midmarket.com. Before joining TechTarget, she was a technology and process analyst at The Nielsen Co., and a section editor for Network Computing and Secure Enterprise magazines. Learn more about Schuchart here, and read her expert IT advice below in her latest CIO Matters columns. To contact Schuchart, email email@example.com.
Offshore IT outsourcing: Economy, not ethics, is big question for CIOs
While some shops are quietly bringing IT back home, CIOs must ask if offshore IT outsourcing is still a good idea.
In-house talent: Innovation management is at risk from outsourcing
When considering the cost of outsourcing, CIOs must balance their innovation management with in-house talent.
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leadership tips from Batman, Spider-Man and the Avengers
With great power comes great responsibility. Brush up on these CIO leadership tips from Batman, Spider-Man and the Avengers.
hacked! Safe passwords stop hackers in their tracks
Dropbox has been hacked! Safe passwords mean nothing without secure password management adoption from users.
electronic waste taints the new Retina MacBook Pro
CIOs must be wary of greenwashing when considering green technology solutions. Apple's new Retina MacBook Pro is packed with potential electronics waste.
company uses BI to combat water depletion
With water depletion a growing concern, CIOs can use IT for big water savings. One eco-friendly company managed to conserve energy in the process.
your smartphone app's unique value proposition?
CIOs who offer a unique value proposition with their smartphone app strategies can get a huge payback.
social networking is coming. Are you ready?
With Microsoft acquiring enterprise social networking startup Yammer, the value of social media is on the rise. CEOs want corporate social networking ASAP.
to change your password after the LinkedIn hack
After the LinkedIn hack, here's what you need to do to ensure you and your users are safe from password-hacking programs.
future of mobile computing? It's here, and you're already behind
The rise in mobile Internet traffic means that CIOs can no longer ignore the bright future of mobile computing.