Enterprise mobile strategy

  • March 01, 2007 01 Mar'07

    BPM mind shift drives innovation

    Great innovation often fails because of poor execution. But experts say BPM may be the key to staying the course.

  • February 15, 2007 15 Feb'07

    A booming job market means headaches for CIOs

    New research shows that IT salaries are growing at a faster rate than any time this decade. With a shrinking talent pool and expanding headcounts, CIOs are scrambling to hire new staff and to hold on to those they already have.

  • February 06, 2007 06 Feb'07

    Smartphones easy target for hackers, experts warn

    No one's paying attention to the security risks inherent in today's smartphones, but experts say a major breach will happen sooner than later, and most businesses won't be ready.

  • January 11, 2007 11 Jan'07

    IPhone 'wow' factor fails to tempt CIOs

    CIOs are excited to try out Apple's new iPhone, but they'll take a wait-and-see approach before deploying it to their users.

  • January 09, 2007 09 Jan'07

    CIOs bullish on Q1 hiring

    Experts predict that IT hiring will show solid growth in 2007 and CIOs will work especially hard to keep good workers.

  • January 04, 2007 04 Jan'07

    Wireless computing fuels biz app adoption

    Three-quarters of all U.S. businesses have deployed at least one wireless data application. Mobile email still rules, but line-of-business apps, such as CRM, are set for big growth.

  • December 21, 2006 21 Dec'06

    Geezers revolt: Age discrimination tops the best CIO stories of 2006

    Of the many issues we followed this year, age discrimination hit home hardest with our CIO readers. But other stories struck a nerve, too. Revisit the issues that mattered most to you in our 2006 collection of best CIO stories.

  • December 07, 2006 07 Dec'06

    Acquisition bolsters IBM's compliance, security portfolio

    IBM's purchase of Dutch software firm Consul gives it a security and compliance auditing product that runs on both distributed and mainframe systems.

  • December 05, 2006 05 Dec'06

    Gartner: Firms at risk of losing women technologists

    Gartner analysts take on the IT gender gap, singing the praises of the fairer sex. Whether they are doing women any favors is open to debate.

  • November 29, 2006 29 Nov'06

    Gartner: Existing business continuity plans will fail in a pandemic

    Existing business continuity plans will not protect a company during an avian flu pandemic, says a Gartner analyst. Business continuity plans assume a geographically specific disaster, while a pandemic will strike everywhere nearly simultaneously.

  • November 15, 2006 15 Nov'06

    IT spending: CIOs optimistic despite economic warning signs

    A positive economic outlook has CIOs feeling rosy about their IT spending next year, but economists warn shrinking corporate profit growth could burst their bubble.

  • November 14, 2006 14 Nov'06

    Asset management firms take committed approach to outsourcing

    Think investing is hard to get right? Try outsourcing. A failed attempt in the asset management world could mean disaster. Bottom line: You've got to commit and take it all the way.

  • October 12, 2006 12 Oct'06

    Mainframe developer stereotype bucked by 23-year-old woman

    Kristine Harper is not your normal mainframe developer. First, she's a woman. Second, she's 23. So how did she get interested in the mainframe?

  • October 05, 2006 05 Oct'06

    IBM rallies behind SOA technology

    Big Blue executives announce new services fabric and SOA registry/repository for WebSphere, along with new BPM offerings.

  • September 28, 2006 28 Sep'06

    SOA and BPM: A mutually beneficial partnership

    SOA and BPM offer similar benefits to an IT organization -- streamlined processes, quicker response to changing business requirements and increased return on investment. So how can these two work in harmony to achieve additional benefits for an IT ...