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  • Building an IT governance committee

    In this excerpt from their recent Harvard Business Review article, the authors detail what an IT governance committee should look like. 

  • A level 5 disaster recovery plan

    CIO Aline Ward learned that a successful disaster recovery plan relies on people -- not just processes. 

  • Gartner: How to wow your CEO

    Talking to the CEO? Stop reporting IT metrics and start improving bottom lines. Get more Gartner tips here. 

  • CIOs and CFOs: Tips for talking to one another

    We've got some tips for talking in a language even a CFO can understand. 

  • CIO plays The Apprentice

    A financial services company forges meaningful relationships between geeks and suits with a three-day contest that could have been scripted for TV's 'The Apprentice.' 

  • Putting business first at First Data

    First Data spends less than 4% of revenues on IT. How is it possible for this IT organization to operate successfully on such a small budget? Find out here. 

  • Louisiana to study plan for Internet voting post-Katrina

    Secretary of State office forms task force to study options such as voting kiosks proposed by the New Orleans CIO. 

  • Avaya offer vetoed, outed by CIO

    Ready for some football? A special offer reaches some CIOs, but experts advise watching the game at home. 

  • New Orleans CIO: Katrina spurs Internet election

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert has initiated an Internet-voting project that will allow displaced residents to cast ballots in the next mayoral election. 

  • Forbes CIO Forum: BTM can cut costs

    If you've got 930 IT projects and a CEO who wants them done yesterday, who you gonna' call? Some CIOs are dialing up a management framework called BTM.