Enterprise ITIL and ITSM
- December 13, 2005
Columnist James Champy has advice for CIOs grappling with change management.
- November 01, 2005
A recent survey from Robert Half Technology says the demand for SOX auditors will help drive industry salaries up in 2006.
- October 27, 2005
Are you in an executive business school program? One expert says it's critical.
- October 24, 2005
Are you a CIO who wants to become a CEO? Here's what you need to know.
- October 18, 2005
IBM's recent efforts to help companies cope with an aging workforce weren't aimed directly at mainframe pros, but they are a big part of that graying population. What skills do young IT pros need that they're not going to learn in college?
- October 04, 2005
When it comes to talented IT staffs, midmarket CIOs have to guard their flock against bigger game.
- June 21, 2005
Most CIOs rationalize their IT spending by comparing it to broad industry averages. A new report from Forrester Research tells you why this formula may not be right for your company.
- June 09, 2005
Computer science graduates are scarcer than ever -- but not everyone says that's a bad thing for IT.
- June 01, 2005
A new survey says retailers worldwide will spend $31 billion in new IT investments.
- May 25, 2005
Midmarket CIOs need to campaign for new technology spending the same way they fought for their jobs. Problem is, plenty of them don't know how.
- April 27, 2005
Learn six ways to make the fusion of IT and business a reality in your world.
- April 25, 2005
Lions Gate Entertainment CIO Leo Collins had a choice to make -- settle for lackluster midmarket offerings or test a new blockbuster SAP product.
- April 06, 2005
The new CIO has to be a political animal -- and a diplomat who can cross party lines.
- March 22, 2005
George Orlov, CIO/CTO at Forrester Research Inc., discusses IT and business alignment, and the challenges involved with managing IT for an IT consultancy.
- February 08, 2005
IT spending in retail and wholesale industries this year is going to spike -- fueling an 6% increase across 17 vertical markets.