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  • Budget brief: Sneak peek at 2006

    IT execs give Forrester Research a glimpse of their 2006 budgets. 

  • CIOs at SIM: Why IT matters

    Does IT matter? Now more than ever, according to IT executives who gathered in Boston this week to talk about technology as a real-world competitive advantage. 

  • SIM: Stories from the frontlines

    Sure, the technology looks great. But it's good governance and a true innovative spirit that keeps these CIOs ahead of the curve. 

  • Disaster recovery: Worst possible scenarios

    CIO John O'Brien survived an earthquake, and now he makes sure his DR plan can go the distance. 

  • Champy: Just say 'No' to customization

    Last month, columnist James Champy offered practical advice on how to change individual work habits to increase productivity. In this month's follow-up column, Champy discusses how making broad changes to internal processes can also imp... 

  • Outsourcing journey starts with 'Why?'

    Why outsource? CIOs should know precisely why their company is a candidate for outsourcing before they vote on a vendor. 

  • Delta CIO: Buckle up before turbulence strikes

    Former Delta Air Lines CIO Curtis Robb kicked off the CIO Decisions conference by telling 200 conference attendees to run IT like there's no tomorrow. 

  • CIO how-to: Smart decisions on deadline

    Do you find yourself missing deadlines, scrambling to get things done, endlessly weighing opinions? 

  • CIO career corner: Singer to leave Target

    Target Corp. CIO Paul Singer, a 20-year veteran of the retail giant, will soon retire. 

  • CIO water cooler: Reaction to HP's Mott move

    Chief technology executives from the Big Apple to the Golden Gate speculate on what Randy Mott's defection from Dell means to HP and its customers.