Enterprise data storage management

  • March 24, 2005 24 Mar'05

    Philadelphia -- the city that loves wireless

    Dianah Neff, the city of Philadelphia's CIO, is leading Wireless Philadelphia -- a citywide, 135-square mile, digital infrastructure project to help citizens, private businesses and public agencies get hooked on wireless technology. She recently ...

  • March 23, 2005 23 Mar'05

    What CIOs should know about records

    Electronic records are risky business for any CIO, but there are ways to control these documents so they don't endanger your enterprise – or your job.

  • December 20, 2004 20 Dec'04

    CIO priorities for 2005 run the gamut

    The days of cost cutting may be over for CIOs, so the question now is: How will they handle growth? Ten CIOs weigh in with answers as diverse as their companies.

  • December 06, 2004 06 Dec'04

    A CIO Conversation: MCI's Elizabeth Hackenson

    MCI Inc. CIO Elizabeth Hackenson discusses the IT challenges of rebuilding what was once WorldCom.

  • November 17, 2004 17 Nov'04

    CIOs at forum talk up benefits of outsourcing -- on and offshore

    Atlanta-area CIOs gathered to share their insights into offshore outsourcing, although not all of them are doing it.

  • November 02, 2004 02 Nov'04

    A CIO Conversation: Bally Total Fitness' Gail Holmberg

    How does Bally Total Fitness CIO Gail Holmberg run geographically dispersed systems? She tells us in the first part of a CIO Conversation.

  • September 09, 2004 09 Sep'04

    A CIO Conversation: BMC's Jay Gardner

    BMC Software CIO Jay Gardner discusses how moving to a business-funded IT model helped streamline the IT approval process and ultimately saved the company millions.

  • July 26, 2004 26 Jul'04

    Three things you need to know about SOX, storage and security

    Experts offer up three things CIOs need to know about compliance, security and storage before they make a business case.

  • July 08, 2004 08 Jul'04

    Talk is cheap (but highly recommended) for leading IT workers

    These days IT executives are constantly asking me how to regain their workers' trust and loyalty, which was damaged during the recession. I think it may be too late for many of these people.

  • July 07, 2004 07 Jul'04

    A CIO Conversation: Intel's Doug Busch

    Intel CIO Doug Busch shares initiatives his IT organization is implementing to improve productivity and transform the internal business processes.

  • March 29, 2004 29 Mar'04

    Six Sigma -- it's not just for manufacturers anymore

    The Six Sigma methodology was developed in the 1980s by Motorola Inc. to reduce manufacturing defects and improve customer satisfaction. Today, many CIOs at non-manufacturing enterprises are turning to this successful process-improvement ...

  • March 04, 2004 04 Mar'04

    A CIO Conversation: Government CIO has the state as his oyster

    Richard Rognehaugh, CIO for the state of Tennessee, discusses the pluses of having an entire state as his customer, the challenges of having the taxpayer as the boss, and compares his public gig to his previous life in the private sector.

  • February 16, 2004 16 Feb'04

    Top 10 risks of offshore outsourcing

    According to Meta Group research, offshore outsourcing is growing 20%-25% per annum, with little evidence of slowing. While most enterprises experience initial resistance, most technical issues are readily resolved and geopolitical risk is deemed ...

  • October 23, 2003 23 Oct'03

    Project management is not the center of the IT universe

    The Meta Group recently reported that 48% of the work performed by an IT department consists of projects. Since IT is more integrated into the rest of the business than it was 10 or even five years ago, that integration requires more maintenance and...

  • September 24, 2003 24 Sep'03

    Overworked, understaffed CIOs try to keep the peace

    In this "doing more with less" economy, how can CIOs keep their overworked underlings from storming the IT Bastille?