Enterprise mobile strategy
- September 19, 2007
The 2008 budgeting season is here. Get the latest advice on how to avoid common pitfalls during the budget planning process.
- September 13, 2007
Visa's deadlines for PCI data security standard compliance have large retailers scrambling. But experts have little sympathy for those who've waited. The TJX breach should have been incentive enough.
- September 05, 2007
Nearly two-thirds of service-oriented architecture (SOA) projects fail to bring ROI, according to Nucleus Research. Experts say SOA works, but enterprises need to take a better approach to adoption.
- August 15, 2007
Road warriors feel unappreciated by their mobile carriers. As keepers of the wireless technology, CIOs should make sure they feel loved.
- August 07, 2007
With students and professors so mobile on his campus, a university CIO adopted a new monitoring technology to identify users and better understand network behavior.
- August 01, 2007
A California startup offers up software that allows users to carry their desktop in their pockets and companies to get out of the business of provisioning PCs.
- July 31, 2007
A new survey reveals that CIOs want to drive strategy, but the opportunity continues to elude them.
- July 05, 2007
Many organizations rely heavily on mobile workers, such as sales and technical support staff members who bring in revenue and keep customers satisfied. According to industry experts, the first step in mobile computing success is to create and ...
- June 28, 2007
Best Buy's recent settlement of an age discrimination suit seems especially timely, as concerns mount about how to handle the aging IT worker.
- May 02, 2007
Successful CIOs will become business leaders first, technology gurus second. Gartner analysts give CIOs a roadmap.
- April 24, 2007
Gartner plays provocateur in the opening keynote at this week's ITxpo, challenging U.S. IT pros to "take the first-mover advantage," or risk being eliminated.
- March 20, 2007
CIOs are still expected to do more with smaller staffs. In his latest column, James Champy offers three principles for successfully utilizing your IT staff to its fullest potential.
- March 15, 2007
The pressure to deliver projects on time and on budget puts project management skills atop the list of hiring priorities for many CIOs. But good project managers are hard to find.
- March 08, 2007
The retirement of the baby boomers and a decline in computer science majors means CIOs must find creative ways to attract and keep a high-quality staff.
- March 06, 2007
The CIOs of Chicago, Seattle and San Francisco talk about the goals of their high-profile municipal Wi-Fi projects and the challenges they faced along the way.