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    In this week's Searchlight: For CIOs, Apple iOS 7 was the important news out of Cupertino. Plus Google's new encryption, leadership tips and more. 

  • Free technology roadmap template examples for CIOs

    These free technology roadmap templates and examples will clear up your organization's strategic vision, combining detail with overarching goals. 

  • CIO-led ERP deployment improves corporate culture, boosts bottom line

    Lifetime Products CIO John Bowden oversaw a successful ERP deployment that not only transformed company culture, but improved profits as well. 

  • Ease of use vs. enterprise security: A CIO vets a new IDM system

    In his ongoing quest to balance ease of use and enterprise security, CIO Niel Nickolaisen focuses on a new identity management system. 

  • exit interview

    An exit interview is a meeting between management representatives and someone who is leaving an organization. Businesses and other organizations such as educational institutions use exit interviews to gather useful feedback that can help guide future... 

  • Zipcar CMO taps data-driven marketing to personalize the business

    Zipcar CMO banks on a data-driven business model to develop new services and personalize the customer experience. 

  • tragedy of the commons

    The tragedy of the commons is a problem that occurs when individuals exploit a shared resource to the extent that demand overwhelms supply and the resource becomes unavailable to some or all. 

  • Pareto principle

    The Pareto principle, also known as the 80/20 rule, is a theory maintaining that 80 percent of the output from a given situation or system is determined by 20 percent of the input. 

  • BYOT: Where does it fit into future IT trends? Readers sound off

    Bring your own technology, or BYOT, management remains a high priority for IT departments, but for how long? Readers weigh in on future IT trends. 

  • 96-minute rule

    The 96-minute rule is a productivity guideline derived from the Pareto principle. According to the Pareto principle, 80% of outcomes are determined by 20% of the inputs. In this case, for example, 80% of a worker's output is accomplished in 20% of th...