Week of 18 Jul 2016 CIO, business must wield EU-U.S. Privacy Shield (22 Jul 2016)
CIOs have a part to play in adopting the enhanced data transfer pact. Also in Searchlight: Survey says majority of companies not ready for digital business; Dell-EMC merger is close to done.
Week of 11 Jul 2016 Pokemon Go craze: A harbinger of the augmented enterprise? (15 Jul 2016)
Pokemon Go is pushing augmented reality closer to enterprise adoption. Also on Searchlight, Microsoft wins in warrant case; Google hit with new charges.
Week of 27 Jun 2016 Think different: Cognitive computing systems will bring data-led change (28 Jun 2016)
Today's programming models are things of the past, says consultant Judith Hurwitz. Cognitive computing systems use data to devise applications that reflect the world as we see it.
Look for cognitive systems in IT services marketplace (28 Jun 2016)
The systems that will form the backbone of future business applications will be available in the cloud, says consultant Judith Hurwitz.
Brexit strategy: CIO Planning for UK-EU split (01 Jul 2016)
For CIOs, the U.K.-EU split opens up a continent of unknowns. Also in Searchlight: Cisco locks on to security startup CloudLock; IBM woos blockchain coders; $4 smartphones hit India.
Interest in recruiting CIOs to corporate boards is rising, say recruiters, but board presence is still rare and the CIO talent pool for these appointments relatively shallow.
Week of 20 Jun 2016 CIO job description: More security, more budget, more clout? (23 Jun 2016)
Craig Stephenson, managing director at executive search firm Korn Ferry, gives his take on how the CIO job description has changed.
CDM Smith CIO David Neitz describes how cost transparency and gamification can add up to business value.
Creativity doesn't come in one flavor at CDM Smith. CIO David Neitz talks about the three types of innovation that keep this engineering firm moving forward.