• August 28, 2015 28 Aug'15

    Will stock market instability incite IT strain?

    Wall Street's roller-coaster week has left many unnerved. Does this stock market volatility spell trouble for IT budgets and tech companies? Also in Searchlight: Google fights claims of market abuse; Windows 10 hits 75 million devices in one month.

  • August 26, 2015 26 Aug'15

    Platform business model enters online food ordering fray

    The Cookie Dining debuts a platform business model designed to outcompete established rivals by offering real-time payment, lower commissions and analytics. It will have to grow fast to do that.

  • August 24, 2015 24 Aug'15

    Success in CIO position increasingly tied to business expertise

    Success for CIOs has little to do with technical knowledge, according to research out of Columbia University; a culture lesson from Disney; and the rise of digital humanism: The Data Mill reports.

  • August 21, 2015 21 Aug'15

    Will data privacy finally come to the fore, post-Ashley Madison hack?

    Moral questions abound after the Ashley Madison hack, but will the latest high-profile breach finally spur companies to improve consumer privacy? Also: Amazon's data-driven motivation tactics under scrutiny; Target reaches breach settlement.

  • August 20, 2015 20 Aug'15

    Informatica 'CIO-plus' Ginna Raahauge aims for the cloud

    Don't call Informatica's Ginna Raahauge a CIO; she's a 'CIO-plus.'

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  • August 20, 2015 20 Aug'15

    #CIOChat: Are enterprises ready to upgrade to Windows 10?

    Industry experts think Windows 10 will become the leading OS for enterprises. Will businesses jump on the bandwagon? Join #CIOChat on Aug. 26, at 3 p.m. EST to discuss.

  • August 19, 2015 19 Aug'15

    Cloud, mobile apps remain major tech issues for Gartner Catalyst-goers

    IT professionals gathered at Gartner Catalyst to bone up on bleeding-edge technology and apply what they learned to tech issues at home.

  • August 18, 2015 18 Aug'15

    Three CIO communication tips that will change the way you lead

    Three communication tips, four characteristics of quantum computing, and the unhappiness of IT architects: The Data Mill reports from Gartner Catalyst.

  • August 14, 2015 14 Aug'15

    Google's Alphabet: To boldly go ...

    Google formed a new umbrella company, Alphabet, in an effort to sustain a culture of innovation. Also in Searchlight: Harvard student loses Facebook internship over privacy flap; Apple still isn't diverse enough.

  • August 12, 2015 12 Aug'15

    Seven big data failures to watch out for

    At this week's Gartner Catalyst conference, a session on big data failures drew a crowd of IT leaders eager to avoid the same mistakes.

  • August 11, 2015 11 Aug'15

    Gartner Catalyst: Three personas of a successful 21st-century business

    Cloud, mobile and predictive technologies are required but aren't sufficient to compete today. Gartner Catalyst keynoter Paul DeBeasi says most organizations will need a personality makeover.

  • August 07, 2015 07 Aug'15

    Windows 10 privacy brouhaha: Overblown?

    Many are crying foul over the new Windows 10 privacy policy, but are they really just crying wolf? Also in Searchlight: Hackers attack Yahoo through Flash bug; hitchhiking bot is beheaded.

  • August 07, 2015 07 Aug'15

    For CIOs invested in digital transformation, think platform

    Digital transformation is full of unknowns, but having a platform to enable transformation isn't one of them. MIT's Jeanne Ross explains in this Q&A.

  • August 05, 2015 05 Aug'15

    Everything you missed from the 2015 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium

    This Essential Guide compiles all of SearchCIO's coverage of the 2015 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, including panel recaps, video interviews and a comprehensive investigation into the impact of digitization.

  • July 31, 2015 31 Jul'15

    Windows 10 Enterprise: No apologies necessary

    Microsoft's Windows 10 Enterprise makes Windows 8 seem like a distant memory. But should CIOs wait or take the bait? Also in Searchlight, Google uses sensors to fight pollution; Intel's new memory chip breakthrough.