Digital business management
- June 03, 2008
Where the jobs are: An online marketplace of buyers and providers of IT services offers an interesting wrinkle on outsourcing -- and some data on worker capacity in U.S. cities and states.
- May 27, 2008
Move over, wikis. Companies are using prediction markets to get a read on what employees think about business outcomes and how often they're right.
- May 22, 2008
Four CIOs at the MIT Sloan Symposium dismiss the gulf between maintaining IT infrastructure and innovation as a false dichotomy and address what's really top of mind: collaboration tools that foster innovation by their people.
- April 15, 2008
Cloud computing is a disruptive force in computing, akin to the revolution ushered in by the Internet. The big vendors are dumping billions into new services and architecture.
- February 14, 2008
CIOs, set your strategy. A Forrester study says CIOs are upgrading their ERP systems, integrating apps and deploying Web 2.0 offerings in 2008.
- January 02, 2008
SearchCIO.com editors take a look at controversial issues facing CIOs. Read them again, if for nothing else but to whet your appetite for a good argument.
- November 13, 2007
Former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley has some advice for his political brethren: Get thee on a social networking site.
- November 07, 2007
Millions of voices on the Internet have the power to trash your brand, your products and your stock price. Googling your name won't save you.
- November 01, 2007
With 52 friends and counting, this Facebook challenge has taken over my life (don't tell my editor). But a lot of us are still wondering: Can we really use Facebook in business? My answer: Why not?
- October 30, 2007
The ban on an Internet access tax due to expire Nov. 1 lives on, as the Senate and the House send the bill to President Bush.
- October 12, 2007
Gartner Inc. picks the technologies that are likely to have the biggest impact on your business in the next 18 to 36 months.
- October 12, 2007
With the premise that you can't criticize what you don't understand, CIOs and IT managers are being challenged to take on a social networking leviathan -- and join Facebook.
- October 03, 2007
Despite known threats to security, bandwidth and employee productivity, nearly half of CIOs recently polled say they don't ban popular social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook.
- August 23, 2007
Except for a few glitches navigating through a virtual world, big-name companies such as Accenture and Microsoft find that Second Life is proving itself to be a worthwhile venue for finding future employees.
- August 22, 2007
A new report suggests that end users go through all kinds of hoops to avoid dealing with IT when it comes to deploying consumer applications and devices.