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  • CIOs factor ROA into budgets

    This week's CIO to-do list comes from Gartner's latest research into the minds of today's CEOs. 

  • Web portals: Big challenges, better ROI

    Information architects need time, patience and good business sense to reap the many benefits of Web portals. 

  • IT energy crisis reaching critical mass

    In the midst of an energy crisis, companies are paying more than ever for power in the data center. IT organizations are being hit from both sides with spikes in price and demand. 

  • Putting business first at First Data

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

  • 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. 

  • Can BTM 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. 

  • New Orleans CIO: VoIP, portals and Katrina

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert talks with SearchCIO.com about his most harrowing moments after Hurricane Katrina. 

  • The value of business intelligence applications

    How can BI help your business? This tip points out the BI benefits, risks and costs. 

  • 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.