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Who wants to be a CIO Millionaire?
San Francisco IT hack story looks a bit too much like Chinatown
Va-va-vroom! Videoconferencing continues its ascent
Breaking news: Computer skills get you hired
All Ears: CIOs and Winchester Rifles
Soft landing for IT jobs?
A view from across the pond
CIOs can make $250 in 10 minutes
Boston Globe: Cognos contract with state “raises ethical issues”
All Ears: Hurricane Warning
Can you bring up “beach read” and “business book” in the same breath?
Mozilla Firefox 3 hits. My grandma uses it.
“The brain is built for video”
Three things that just occurred to me in the span of a minute:
How well do you know your Facebook friends?
Google on cloud computing and Enterprise 2.0
All Ears: Susan Cramm on ITopia
CIO weekly wrap-up
I hope, at least, they’re recycling cans
Microsoft Windows XP users need a shoulder to cry on
Playing the numbers
Title Town – it’s all in the stats
Bill Gates' not so big exit
The Brady effect: full steam ahead for ITopia
Notes from CIO Decisions 2008
Monday Round-up: CIO Decisions edition
Calling FedEx out
More (final) thoughts from Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston
Quick thoughts from the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston
A spare second for Microsoft SharePoint
Welcome to TotalCIO!
Defining Enterprise 2.0
MSM Monday (Um, Tuesday) Roundup
Sarah Lacy says Facebook doesn't need my best friend. He doesn't seem to care.
Microsoft Vista, not so popular
Facebook, Web 2.0 and how my best friend will make or break it all
Google Health: A test run
Anybody want a free Wi-Fi network?
New Firefox browser nearing release
Facebook CTO changes employment status on Facebook profile
Will a Chief Blogging Officer get a Golden Parachute?
CIO blogs lift us up where we belong…
MSM Monday RoundUp
Please don't be like Buzz
Fencing for recognition: Sword fight your way to the executive table
Vista steps into users' crosshairs
MSM Monday Round-Up
IT staff to CIOs: Pay us more!
SaaS: Probably worth a look, despite the overwrought pitches
Justifying IT expenditures: Outsourcing isn’t always the answer
Report: Stacks of printed data selling for 50 cents
Taking Linux on a fishing trip
The greatest CIO threat of all time: Women and chocolate
Top five rookie CIO mistakes
Skip the goo
Bullets for PowerPoint. And I’m not talking about lists.
If you only knew the power of the dark (green) side…
Obama's passport stolen = Data breach notification law
VirtualNet IronApp expand partnership
Symmetry, defined again, again.
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