Week of 27 Jun 2016 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.
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.
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.
CDM Smith CIO David Neitz explains why more money isn't the answer to IT-business alignment problems.
CIO David Neitz is taking advantage of Microsoft's HoloLens technology and the cloud to drive better business outcomes at CDM Smith.
Week of 13 Jun 2016 Microsoft-LinkedIn deal to shake up enterprise social networking (17 Jun 2016)
The Microsoft-LinkedIn deal gives us a glimpse into a hyper-social business future. Will employees like what they see? Also in Searchlight: Federal court upholds FCC net-neutrality rules; big...
Week of 30 May 2016 BPO/ITO: AI applications in outsourcing limited now, but coming on fast (31 May 2016)
In advance of the World BPO/ITO Forum on June 13 and 14 in New York, conference speaker R. Lee Coulter talks about the state of AI applications in IT and business process outsourcing.
The Myspace and Tumblr megabreaches show that it's past time companies address the security skills gap. Also in Searchlight: Google helps find your phone.